Robert Kraft must be downing the Maalox by the bucket load.
ESPN - Report: Kaczur cooperates with DEA following arrest - NFL
When it rains it pours.
I haven't seen you that emotional since we were on DBSForums.
Here's a link I just found:
ESPN - Report: Manny apologizes after shoving Red Sox official to ground - MLB
Apparently it's okay for a buff 38 year old athlete to put their hands on an elderly man. That's it!!! Until these two teams get their priorities straight, i'm changing my allegiances. No more looking at sports through Boston-colored glasses for me!!
Does this mean you're rooting for the Buccaneers and Lightning when football and hockey season start?No. Again, if the Patriots get back to doing things the way the Patriots used to do things...my allegiance belongs to them. However, I'm not going to be a hypocrite and lower my principles to root for a sports team that supports corrupt behavior. Cut Andrews and the like and enough with this cheating crap already. Is THAT too much to ask?
I have a feeling the other members may not be happy with your decision to switch your allegiances to Tampa.I have NO tolerance whatsoever for someone that puts their hands on a woman, a child, or a helpless elderly person......that goes triple for a big strapping athlete. I think that trumps rooting for a sports team. Don't you?
Manny's in the lineup tonight..................GO RAYS!!!!!
I have NO tolerance whatsoever for someone that puts their hands on a woman, a child, or a helpless elderly person......that goes triple for a big strapping athlete. I think that trumps rooting for a sports team. Don't you?
I've lived through when a player on one of my favorite teams got into an altercation with someone.
It involved my Sabres:
Do you remember when Dominik Hasek got into a physical altercation with Buffalo sportswriter Jim Kelley during the 1997 playoffs?
This led to coach Ted Nolan and GM John Muckler resigning in the summer.
The Sabres, in the offseason, were a team in chaos with finger-pointing and Hasek was blamed for their departures.
eeeeeeeegads...I hadn't read about the latest Manny incident. I just wonder how that would have played in my workplace...If a higher paid employee had thrown me to the ground for not giving me what he wanted, whe'd have been terminated or I'd have quite a lawsuit. I'm guessing that the secretary in this story will be very well compensated.