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Thread: Now -more than ever- I'm glad we passed on Milliner.

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    Draft Now -more than ever- I'm glad we passed on Milliner.

    What an ego-inflated a$$clown this little be-otch is turning out to be:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-sh...004108244.html

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    in other really pertinent news I changed banks
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    I already knew that Geno Smith was going to be a train wreck in the NFL. Now Milliner is trying to join him on the boo hoo band wagon. This is a prime example of immaturity, selfishness, and arrogance. None of these are traits that a team needs from their rookies. I have a feeling Geno Smith planted the bug in Milliner's ear to do this. It accomplishes absolutely nothing. Guess what Geno and Dee? Your deals aren't going to get any higher. You're making complete fools of yourselves and showing off your lack of good character.

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    Now -more than ever- I'm glad we passed on Milliner.

    It's as if a player joins the Jets an immediately gets an inflated sense of self worth
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    in other really pertinent news I changed banks
    God, you're such a primadonna punk. (/sarcasm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    God, you're such a primadonna punk.
    Thanks there, CK... I was going to take the high-road and just ignore him but THIS (above) coming from you... damn, that just validates what a dumb-butt some people are.

    The question of Milliner's CHARACTER is TOTALLY relevant to this site/forum considering how many people were wanting (some... clamoring for) Milliner.

    That said - I'm going to take a moment here and point out that it would appear JORDAN is a Philbin guy... in large part... due to his high character.
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    Changing agents is a business decision, and he's entitled to it. All that would matter to me, and this would only matter in a very small way, would be the circumstances surrounding the agent switch. For example with Geno Smith, literally like 48 hours before he fired his agents he was at a dinner with them where he stood up in front of everyone and referred to those agents as members of his family, expressing his love and gratitude for them. Like 2 days later he fired them, and then scrambled to think of a multitude of reasons as if that had been coming for a while. To me, that speaks of emotional volatility. But in this case there's been no color provided on the circumstances around it. If the agents were hired to do a job and Milliner decides that someone can do it better, I don't see assigning some sort of moral/ethical value onto that. It just ends up looking like reaching to make fun of a division rival. Now on the other hand if Milliner is out there referring to these agents as like family to him and talking about everything they've done for him, and then he fires them immediately after the draft, that would also speak to emotional volatility. But that's not what is being reported.

    In short, I agree with dlockz' smart alec remark. When one of you changes banks, or switches lawn services, make sure to post it on here so that we can all call you out for the punk b-tches you are for daring to make such business decisions, lol.
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    Who cares? OMG he's so terrible, how dare he fire his agent. Wtf do you care!?
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