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Discussion in 'Sport & Athletics' started by Poppy, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. Class of '42

    Class of '42 Active Member

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    About three years ago I came up with my NFL Hall-of-Shame..maybe I should update it.

    With all the animosity toward the NFL anymore- I did some searching and came up with my NFL Hall-Of-Shame - players who have committed crimes and even some are still serving. Just type in their names and do a search for their crimes.

    QB: Michael Vick, Art Schlichter, Ryan Leaf
    RB: OJ Simpson, Lawrence Phillips, Dave Meggett
    FB: Billy Cannon
    OT: Victor Riley, Chris Terry
    C: Barret Robbins
    OG: Nate Newton, Bryant McKinnie
    WR: Rae Carruth, Michael Irvin, Plaxico Burress, Tommy Kane, Sam Hurd
    TE: Aaron Hernandez, Jerramy Stevens, Kellen Winslow, Jr.

    DE: Mark Gastineau, Dexter Manley, Anthony Smith, Robert Rozier
    DT: Jim Dunaway, Keith Wright, Josh Brent
    OLB: Lawrence Taylor, Aldon Smith, Nate Webster
    ILB: Ray Lewis, Bill Romanowski
    CB: Darryl Henley, Pac Man Jones
    S: Darren Sharper, Eugene Robinson
    K: Sebastian Janikowski, Josh Brown
    P: Russell Erxleben

    Dishonorable Mentions: Stanley Wilson Sr., Donte Stallworth, Irving Fryar, Travis Henry, Mark Ingram, Sr., Ray Rice, Leonard Little, Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson.
     
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    Lately Roger Goodell has been stating that QB Colin Kaepernick needs to be signed by an NFL team. But he hasn't played since 2016, when the Niners went 2-14-0 and he will be turning 33 in November. Some are guessing potentially the Ravens, Chiefs, Eagles, Texans, Jaguars, Vikings and a few more. But I feel his best days are behind him and he should just move on to something else....comments???..I am sure Eagles fans are saying hell no.
     
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    Kap is protesting for criminals--again pro-criminal
     
  4. TD-Tommy776

    TD-Tommy776 Man of Constant Sorrow

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    At this point I don't see any team signing him even if he promised to be apolitical. IMO, he wasn't a great QB when he was younger. The Vikings won't want him. They passed on keeping a much more talented Diggs in the fold cuz he was disruptive in the clubhouse. CK has nothing to bring to the table but controversy.
     
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    belasar Court Jester Staff Member

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    I have grave doubts Kapernick plays again. First there is no telling what kind of season we will have this year, if any. Second, there are franchise quarterbacks coming out from college every year. Third, he is a 'running' q-back, and while exciting, their shelf life is usually only about 2/3 to 3/4 of traditional passers. Finally he seems to be demanding a guaranteed starting position.
     

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