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Kaepernick blackballed for life for kneeling.
Watson about to be traded for a TON of assets and paid $30m+ after victimizing 20+ women.

I was already done with the NFL. Now I’m actively rooting for them to fail.

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Superorganism wrote:
March 15 22, 8:55 pm
Kaepernick blackballed for life for kneeling.
Watson about to be traded for a TON of assets and paid $30m+ after victimizing 20+ women.

I was already done with the NFL. Now I’m actively rooting for them to fail.
If you're really good at football, you can be a distraction.

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As sad as I was that Denver got a QB, I am thrilled that KC traded Hill. The Raiders had no answer for him.

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Dwayne Haskins, 24-year-old backup QB for the Steelers, hit by a truck and killed.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/09/spor ... -dead.html
Dwayne Haskins, 24, the backup Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and a former standout at Ohio State, died Saturday, Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed in a statement.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Haskins was attempting to cross the westbound lanes of Interstate 595 in Fort Lauderdale, when he was struck by a dump truck around 6:37 a.m. He was pronounced dead on the scene.

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So the Raiders almost moved to St. Louis. That would have been awesome, and I guarantee I would move there after retiring. Which I'm thinking about anyway.

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Leroy wrote:
May 17 22, 9:00 am
So the Raiders almost moved to St. Louis. That would have been awesome, and I guarantee I would move there after retiring. Which I'm thinking about anyway.
St. Louis is a safe place to move a team. Even if you draw more than you franchise ever has after almost a decade of losing, get designs and plans for a new stadium, you can still move. Gotta love the NFL!

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Haha.

They have the dumbest coach.

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what's the context there?

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Schlich wrote:
October 7 22, 10:15 am
what's the context there?
ultimately a lot of things. denver traded for russell wilson and signed him to a big contract, he's been pretty average so far and thus the offense as a whole. they brought in a hot new coach who was OC at green bay who's getting questioned a lot about his abilities as a HC already. den was 2-2 going into the game, indy 1-2-1, in theory denver "should" have won the game. the game itself was boring, only field goals and over 10 punts between the two teams, so i think the home fans were just disillusioned enough that they wanted to get a head start on traffic.

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