Digest for alt.sports.football.pro.miami-dolphins@googlegroups.com - 6 updates in 3 topics

Friday, May 19, 2017

euphemism <euphemism@mindspring.com>: May 18 06:14PM -0500

On 5/18/2017 9:53 AM, Stu Gotts wrote:
 
>> Of course, history continues to evolve, which is why Colin Kaepernick – who jarred America's consciousness last season by first sitting and then taking a knee during the national anthem – is expected to ultimately be featured in a display at the Smithsonian.
 
>> https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/05/17/colin-kaepernick-smithsonian-national-museum-african-american-history-culture/101805444/
 
> That sounds wonderful. I would suggest a nice diorama entitled... Douchebag, Africanus Americanus - circa 2016.
 
An excellent proposal.
Dan the Man <dan708@yahoo.com>: May 19 06:38AM -0700


> The eminent sociologist, himself a piece of walking history, helped with a game-changers exhibit that illuminates the impact of sports figures at the Smithsonian's newest attraction.
 
> Of course, history continues to evolve, which is why Colin Kaepernick – who jarred America's consciousness last season by first sitting and then taking a knee during the national anthem – is expected to ultimately be featured in a display at the Smithsonian.
 
> https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/05/17/colin-kaepernick-smithsonian-national-museum-african-american-history-culture/101805444/
 
All righty then, I'm guessing the people in charge at the Smithsonian are part of the BLM crowd?
J Lunis <lunis.j@gmail.com>: May 18 02:12PM -0400


> Meanwhile, Brady was never even in the official "concussion protocol."
 
> If you recall, the Dolphins took significant heat after allowing Matt Moore to return to a game following what was clearly a vicious head shot during a game against the Steelers.
 
> I say this is evidence of malfeasance by the Patriots. Would THAT surprise anyone?
 
Agree with all that. But sufficient evidence to convince experts (or
the NFL)? I don't think so. Like a lot of cases . . . I think the
suspect is guilty, but the evidence doesn't support it. I'm certain Tom
has had concussions, but Gisele doesn't have legal credence.
euphemism <euphemism@mindspring.com>: May 18 03:29PM -0500

On 5/18/2017 1:12 PM, J Lunis wrote:
> the NFL)? I don't think so. Like a lot of cases . . . I think the
> suspect is guilty, but the evidence doesn't support it. I'm certain Tom
> has had concussions, but Gisele doesn't have legal credence.
 
Well, I guess that's the tip of the iceberg, isn't it? Who knows how
many cell phones Tom would have to trash to cover this one up?
"euphemism@mindspring.com" <euphemism@mindspring.com>: May 19 04:50AM -0700

On Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 1:12:08 PM UTC-5, J Lunis wrote:
> the NFL)? I don't think so. Like a lot of cases . . . I think the
> suspect is guilty, but the evidence doesn't support it. I'm certain Tom
> has had concussions, but Gisele doesn't have legal credence.
 
 
Not to worry. The NFL is apparently investigating the possibility. You can expect an official news conference soon where Gisele, Tom and probably the family lawyer, show up to "walk back" Gisele's comments.
 
"We have reviewed all reports relating to Tom Brady from the unaffiliated neurotrauma consultants and certified athletic trainer spotters who worked at Patriots' home and away 2016 season games as well as club injury reports that were sent to the league office," the NFL said in a statement.
 
"There are no records that indicate that Mr. Brady suffered a head injury or concussion, or exhibited or complained of concussion symptoms. Today we have been in contact with the NFLPA and will work together to gather more information from the club's medical staff and Mr. Brady. The health and safety of our players is our foremost priority and we want to ensure that all our players have and continue to receive the best care possible."
 
Last time Brady was caught in a mess, he threw his cell phone against a wall to destroy it. This time he will throw his wife under the bus.
euphemism <euphemism@mindspring.com>: May 18 06:48PM -0500

On 5/17/2017 6:21 PM, Drumrboy wrote:
 
> The Jets, by the way, opened the offseason with no good answers at starting quarterback. And here we are on May 17 and no one in the NFL believes they have found a good answer at starting quarterback.
 
> So the team that failed to adequately address the most important position on the field gets a C-plus, but Barnwell uses wrong facts, incomplete facts, and opinions based on bad assumptions to give the Dolphins a D-plus.
 
> Bill Barnwell gets a D-plus for this work. >>
 
Mando is also "pissed" that ESPN rates the Dolphins' QB situation as
among the worst in the NFL and worse than the Bills' line up.
 
Even if you hate Tannehill, Matt Moore certainly won hearts with his
play last season. Apparently Tannehill is SO bad that he has ruined the
situation entirely.
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