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Old 2013-06-29, 21:02   Link #6861
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Well, it's nice to see that Philadelphia's team is more well behaved than the bulk of their fans
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Old 2013-06-30, 19:04   Link #6862
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Well, it's nice to see that Philadelphia's team is more well behaved than the bulk of their fans
Don't know much in Philadelphia, are they really that bad?
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Old 2013-07-03, 17:21   Link #6863
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The latest NFL news and it's all about Aaron:
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A member of Aaron Hernandez’s family whom police wanted to question in connection with the ongoing murder investigation has died in a car accident. Thaddeus Singleton III, the son-in-law of Hernandez’s uncle, was killed when the car he was driving flew off the road and crashed into a pole. The car Singleton was driving was owned by Hernandez’s uncle. The death was ruled an accident. It is unclear what police believed Singleton knew about the murder of Odin Lloyd, but the report says that police had been seeking to speak with him. Singleton had previously been convicted of multiple drug charges in Connecticut. Singleton lived in Bristol, Connecticut, the hometown of Hernandez and both of the other men suspected of being involved in the murder of Lloyd.
Honestly this sounds a bit suspicious, even if they do say it is an accident.

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New England Patriots backup quarterback Tim Tebow was a witness to a 2007 bar fight in Florida involving a then-17 year old Aaron Hernandez and tried unsuccessfully to break up the altercation, according to a Gainesville police report.

The fight broke out at 1 a.m. at the Swamp near the University of Florida campus, where both Tebow and Hernandez played football for the Gators. Hernandez tried to leave without paying a bill for two alcoholic drinks, according to the report, telling the server that he didn't order them. That prompted a manager to confront Hernandez, according to the report, and the exchange became heated, prompting Tebow to try to step in.
I wonder how he tried to stop it ?
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If Aaron Hernandez wants to marry his high school sweetheart and mother of his 7-month-old daughter, it's not going to happen while he's in the Bristol County jail, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson told USA TODAY Sports on Tuesday.

Whether Hernandez wanted to tie the knot for love or courtroom strategy, Hodgson won't have it.

"I don't subscribe to that. I feel that those rights are things that you access on the outside, if you're a good citizen," he said. "We'll do everything we can to not have that happen."
So far, I have let to see any attempts on his part to try to marry his fiance to invoke spousal privilege.
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A State Police search of an apartment maintained by former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez a dozen miles from his home uncovered numerous boxes of firearm ammunition and a hooded white sweatshirt possibly worn by Hernandez on the night prosecutors allege he orchestrated the killing of an acquaintance, Odin Lloyd, according to documents on file at Wrentham District Court.

“This sweatshirt is consistent in color and type with the sweatshirt that Hernandez is observed to be wearing on surveillance cameras the night of the homicide,” State Police wrote in an affidavit.
Things seem to getting worse and worse as the day go on for Aaron.
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Old 2013-07-04, 10:18   Link #6864
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Don't know much in Philadelphia, are they really that bad?
Verily. People think Cowboy's fans are bad? They have no idea what they're talking about.

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Over the years, Philadelphia fans have booed Santa Claus as well as their own star players. They've even booed a guy who just helped the city win a friggin' World Series title—while he was getting his ring. Boooo! Admittedly, there are some things fans have cheered. Like Michael Irvin's career-ending neck injury and a fan being tased on the outfield grass. Things reached their nadir last season, when Citizens Bank Park played host to arguably the most heinous incident in the history of sports: A drunken fan intentionally vomited on an 11-year-old girl. The truth is this: All told, Philadelphia stadiums house the most monstrous collection of humanity outside of the federal penal system. "Some of these people would boo the crack in the Liberty Bell," baseball legend Pete Rose once said. More likely, these savages would have thrown the battery that cracked it.

Read More http://www.gq.com/sports/lists/20110...#ixzz2Y5eqGdPC
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Old 2013-07-04, 10:45   Link #6865
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As a former Penn State student (first time in almost a decade I can say I'm NOT a student there...), I have a ton of friends who are Philly fans. They defend the fanbase to the death about the above-mentioned incidents.

"That Santa was drunk!"

"Deion Sanders was doing some stupid rain-dance around Irvin while he was being tended to!"

"We're not the worst; we're the most PASSIONATE."

Some actually, seriously, unabashedly believe all that stuff and also say that they are no worse than other fanbases, they just get more attention for some reason.
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Old 2013-07-04, 12:09   Link #6866
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"We're not the worst; we're the most PASSIONATE."
"Yeah! That little girl should have been glad to get puked on!"
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Old 2013-07-04, 12:28   Link #6867
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Any thoughts on the Jaguars improvements to the stadium?

It includes New video scoreboards in each end zone, each measuring 55 by 301 feet, making them the largest of their kind in the world. Major enhancements to EverBank Field’s video capabilities, new LED fascia board displays, two sideline boards, each measuring 3.6 by 579 feet, two displays in the Bud Light Party Deck and above the Terrace Suites in the South End Zone, each measuring 3.6 by 106 feet, two displays over tunnels, each measuring 6 by 22 feet, one display in the North End Zone measuring 10 by 400 feet, and a new scoreboard control room equipped with state-of-the-art software.

Also there is a new platform area in the north end zone with pools, unique food and beverage offerings, interactive activities and much more than will entertain and serve guests in a fashion that celebrates the vibe and spirit of life in Jacksonville. Construction of the platform will result in the removal of approximately 7,000 seats, though temporary seating can be installed for major events that will require a larger stadium capacity.
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Old 2013-07-06, 02:45   Link #6868
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Colin Kaepernick was recently spotted wearing a Miami Dolphins hat. Some people are up in arms. What say you?

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Colin Kaepernick will not let 49ers fans tell him what to wear.

Kaepernick posted the above photo to his Instagram as a response to fans who were dismayed after the young quarterback was photographed wearing a Miami Dolphins hat at a 4th of July party.
http://ftw.usatoday.com/2013/07/coli...-dolphins-hat/



Somewhere out there Russell Wilson is saying "Go Hawks!" after another press conference speech.
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Old 2013-07-06, 03:50   Link #6869
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^ Are 49ers fans really making that big of a deal about a hat?!
I could probably understand them getting mad about him wearing a hat with a division rival's logo and colors, but the Miami Dolphins aren't even in the same division with the 49ers, hell they aren't even in the same conference. And even then, it really doesn't matter. Fans have no right to decide what players wear.
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Old 2013-07-06, 07:41   Link #6870
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Pats fans gave Brady a ton of shit one year because he was photographed wearing a Yankees hat. Seemed a little ridiculous at the time and it still does.

Even if putting on a Bronx bomber hat in the Boston area is a bit like coming into a church with a big upside down cross around your neck.
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Old 2013-07-06, 10:40   Link #6871
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^ Are 49ers fans really making that big of a deal about a hat?!
Diehard/stupid fans will almost always blow everything out of proportion.
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Old 2013-07-06, 19:46   Link #6872
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Could be a superbowl hangover, but really its no biggie.
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Old 2013-07-11, 17:07   Link #6873
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For some reason, New England Patriots players seem to be having problems with the law as of late:
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Patriots defensive back Alfonzo Dennard was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence in Nebraska early Thursday morning, Lincoln police confirmed.

According to a police report, Dennard was stopped just before 2 a.m. on Normal Boulevard after a Lincoln police sergeant observed a red Honda Accord straddling lane lines. The report says Dennard “emitted an odor of alcohol and displayed signs of impairment.”

After field sobriety tests were performed at the scene, he was taken to Cornhusker Place, a substance abuse treatment facility, for a breath test, but the report says he “would not provide an adequate breath sample for testing.”
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Old 2013-07-11, 23:14   Link #6874
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Dennard is probably gone. These guys just have no respect for authority and lack common sense.
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Old 2013-07-12, 05:23   Link #6875
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LOL I found wingeddarkness.

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Old 2013-07-13, 11:32   Link #6876
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what ever happened to the Cowboys? are they coming back one day? do they have the next troy aikmen yet? I was introduced to the NFL in the 90's and they were up the top and haven't really been sighted since as far as im aware i also live ina country that doesn't have every day coverage either. would love to go to a game one day though.
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Old 2013-07-13, 11:42   Link #6877
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They actually signed an extension this off season that said they were giving up on this decade.
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Old 2013-07-13, 11:49   Link #6878
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They actually signed an extension this off season that said they were giving up on this decade.
wow thats amazing they give up with 7 years to go on the decade never heard of such a thing before. What do the players play for now if they did this? go through the motions or quietly ignore that statement and prove it wrong
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Old 2013-07-13, 11:59   Link #6879
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Try to prove it wrong, of course. But signing Romo to such an extension, in the way it was done, basically says they're stuck with him until at least 2015 or 2016 due to guarantees, and he's signed through 2018 or 2019. It's barely less than the contract given to Flacco, but with more guarantees. Difference between the two? Flacco won at least one playoff game per year, every year, including winning a Super Bowl last year. Romo won one playoff game in his life, and has played longer. He's proven nothing except having good stats in everything but the W column.
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Old 2013-07-13, 15:36   Link #6880
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wow thats amazing they give up with 7 years to go on the decade never heard of such a thing before. What do the players play for now if they did this? go through the motions or quietly ignore that statement and prove it wrong
I hope you know he was joking.

The last ten or so years have been up and down for the Cowboys. In the early 2000's they were God awful. Since 2006 they've had their franchise quarterback who has been productive, but the team has only won one playoff game in that time span. The Cowboys, and their quarterback Tony Romo, have garnered a reputation for playing terrible when it matters most and usually melting down every single year. For whatever reason the entire team collapses every year towards the end.
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