Tom Brady can Play football!

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    Sep 03, 2015 5:20 PM GMT
    Not Guilty!! Hmmmm lol

    Judge Overturns Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' Suspension

    http://abcnews.go.com/Business/judge-overturns-tom-bradys-deflate-gate-suspension/story?id=33452420
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    Sep 03, 2015 7:27 PM GMT
    Goodell had owners' universal support, but does he now?


    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/goodell-had-owners-universal-support-but-does-he-now/ar-AAdURSw
  • tj85016

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    Sep 03, 2015 8:29 PM GMT
    what a sad lying little man Brady is
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    Sep 04, 2015 3:15 AM GMT
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  • roadbikeRob

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    Sep 04, 2015 1:08 PM GMT
    This judge must have been paid off to overturn the suspension of shady Brady. But knowing the corrupt NFL, it doesn't surprise me the least.icon_mad.gif
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    Sep 04, 2015 3:04 PM GMT
    No, the judge wasn't paid off, and yes, Brady is less than a stellar character ethically and morally, but the judge got it right under basic principles of administrative law: w/o notice of the range of potential penalties, anything beyond them, as expressed in the NFL's Disciplinary Guidelines, failed to give Brady adequate notice of what he was facing and violated his due process and contractual rights.

    Just one more reason to watch college ball, the the pros.
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    Sep 04, 2015 8:11 PM GMT
    MGINSD saidNo, the judge wasn't paid off, and yes, Brady is less than a stellar character ethically and morally, but the judge got it right under basic principles of administrative law: w/o notice of the range of potential penalties, anything beyond them, as expressed in the NFL's Disciplinary Guidelines, failed to give Brady adequate notice of what he was facing and violated his due process and contractual rights.

    Just one more reason to watch college ball, the the pros.


    I agree. What infuriates me about the NFL is the arrogance. They need a true HR and an independent panel to rule on these type of situations. I think this is mostly a Goodell thing. I don't know if I remember Tagliabue being this involved although I could be wrong.
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    Sep 04, 2015 10:26 PM GMT
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    MGINSD saidNo, the judge wasn't paid off, and yes, Brady is less than a stellar character ethically and morally, but the judge got it right under basic principles of administrative law: w/o notice of the range of potential penalties, anything beyond them, as expressed in the NFL's Disciplinary Guidelines, failed to give Brady adequate notice of what he was facing and violated his due process and contractual rights.

    Just one more reason to watch college ball, not the pros.


    I agree. What infuriates me about the NFL is the arrogance. They need a true HR and an independent panel to rule on these type of situations. I think this is mostly a Goodell thing. I don't know if I remember Tagliabue being this involved although I could be wrong.


    Exactly. As you probably know, all SD is in a tizzy because the Chargers are making threats about moving to Carson, near LA, w/ or w/o the Raiders in tow, unless they "get" a new stadium here in SD. Let 'em go, I say; I'm all for tax and zoning incentives, but when it comes to diverting taxpayers' funds from other, more pressing problems for private entertainment concerns, fergiddaboudit! [Original post corrected.]
  • roadbikeRob

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    Sep 04, 2015 11:18 PM GMT
    MGINSD said
    woodfordr said
    MGINSD saidNo, the judge wasn't paid off, and yes, Brady is less than a stellar character ethically and morally, but the judge got it right under basic principles of administrative law: w/o notice of the range of potential penalties, anything beyond them, as expressed in the NFL's Disciplinary Guidelines, failed to give Brady adequate notice of what he was facing and violated his due process and contractual rights.

    Just one more reason to watch college ball, not the pros.


    I agree. What infuriates me about the NFL is the arrogance. They need a true HR and an independent panel to rule on these type of situations. I think this is mostly a Goodell thing. I don't know if I remember Tagliabue being this involved although I could be wrong.


    Exactly. As you probably know, all SD is in a tizzy because the Chargers are making threats about moving to Carson, near LA, w/ or w/o the Raiders in tow, unless they "get" a new stadium here in SD. Let 'em go, I say; I'm all for tax and zoning incentives, but when it comes to diverting taxpayers' funds from other, more pressing problems for private entertainment concerns, fergiddaboudit! [Original post corrected.]
    St Louis is in danger of losing the Rams to Los Angeles if they don't follow the NFL's dictates by replacing the Rams only 20 year old downtown stadium with a new state of the art facility on the riverfront. As usual the NFL and the Rams want the taxpayers to pay for a new football stadium. This is corporate welfare running amok and it is wrong.
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    Sep 04, 2015 11:42 PM GMT
    Thats Great! Go Patriots!
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    Sep 04, 2015 11:45 PM GMT
    KyMaverick saidThats Great! Go Patriots!
    Fuck the Patriots, they are a dirty playing, dishonest team that should be disqualified for the next four Super Bowls. Tom Brady is a lowly piece of shit:icon_mad.gificon_exclaim.gif
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    Sep 05, 2015 5:13 PM GMT
    So now we know for sure:

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    Sep 06, 2015 2:50 AM GMT
    desertmuscl saidSo now we know for sure:

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    These two should suck each others balls!!

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    Sep 06, 2015 2:51 AM GMT
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  • mybud

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    Sep 06, 2015 3:40 AM GMT
    Brady is cocky and thinks if he cries, he'll get his way...I hate the guy.
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    Sep 06, 2015 4:06 AM GMT
    I stopped giving my sundays up to the NFL years ago. I am half ready to do the same thing with my Saturdays and College football....Too much money....the business of sports has forgotten how to be fair to participants and consumers, by gouging and blackmailing their communities for facilities and then by forgetting that their business model only works as long as fans are willing to fork over lots of CASH for seats, parking, food and beverages, transportation, merchandise, etc.....college feels to be getting even worse and makes billions off of unpaid students, allegedly after an education and micromanaging the choices of an alegedly amature athlete.
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    Sep 09, 2015 12:30 AM GMT
    The only thing left for Roger Goodell to do is step down

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/the-only-thing-left-for-roger-goodell-to-do-is-step-down/ar-AAe4aUl
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    Sep 09, 2015 1:47 AM GMT
    Sporty_G saidI stopped giving my sundays up to the NFL years ago. I am half ready to do the same thing with my Saturdays and College football....Too much money....the business of sports has forgotten how to be fair to participants and consumers, by gouging and blackmailing their communities for facilities and then by forgetting that their business model only works as long as fans are willing to fork over lots of CASH for seats, parking, food and beverages, transportation, merchandise, etc.....college feels to be getting even worse and makes billions off of unpaid students, allegedly after an education and micromanaging the choices of an alegedly amature athlete.
    +200,000