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ScottF 09-07-2019 12:13 PM

Antonio Brown...should we?
 
Just kidding. Wouldn't even want him for vet minimum

vpheughan 09-07-2019 12:25 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
The Panthers!! Two guys pouting on the bench with towels over their heads!!! Purrrrrrrrrrrrfict!!!

Euphoria 09-07-2019 12:26 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
actually we should be making phone calls... and see behind the scenes because what is going to happen is that NE is going to step in and sign him.

Whats wrong with a one year deal?

Lord_Saint83 09-07-2019 12:29 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
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Originally Posted by Euphoria (Post 853742)
actually we should be making phone calls... and see behind the scenes because what is going to happen is that NE is going to step in and sign him.

Whats wrong with a one year deal?

Idk if Belichick would even touch this guy with a ten foot pole.

st thomas 09-07-2019 12:34 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
Let NE have that clown. I believe he wanted out of raiders trash team when he saw what it really looked like. So stomp ur feet and cause crap to get out and he succeeded. He with go to Boston and behave. That is all.

saintfan 09-07-2019 12:35 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
He'd call Loomis a 'cracker' one time, and one time only, and that'd be that.

It's almost like the guy never wanted to be in Oakland and he was trying to get himself fired.

hitta 09-07-2019 12:39 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
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Originally Posted by saintfan (Post 853746)
He'd call Loomis a 'cracker' one time, and one time only, and that'd be that.

It's almost like the guy never wanted to be in Oakland and he was trying to get himself fired.

I actually disagree with that. Loomis tries hard to remain neutral and let the locker room dynamics do their own thing. Mayock inserted himself into an issue that seemed like was already solved. Brown was was ready to play with a new helmet. Gruden was fine with him. Mayock is a douchebag. I don't like Brown, but this isn't entirely his fault imo. If the coach wanted the guy gone, then he should be gone. This was more about Mayock wanting to validate his authority or some ****.

st thomas 09-07-2019 12:47 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
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Originally Posted by hitta (Post 853748)
I actually disagree with that. Loomis tries hard to remain neutral and let the locker room dynamics do their own thing. Mayock inserted himself into an issue that seemed like was already solved. Brown was was ready to play with a new helmet. Gruden was fine with him. Mayock is a douchebag. I don't like Brown, but this isn't entirely his fault imo. If the coach wanted the guy gone, then he should be gone. This was more about Mayock wanting to validate his authority or some ****.



I hear ya but Brown is a pre Madonna -dough bag but is good and he won’t be in my locker room ever ever ever.

K Major 09-07-2019 12:51 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
Man hell naw.

This team has no time to be playing games with a malcontent.

It's too hard trying to win games without distractions as it is.

hitta 09-07-2019 12:53 PM

Re: Antonio Brown...should we?
 
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Originally Posted by st thomas (Post 853750)
I hear ya but Brown is a pre Madonna -dough bag but is good and he won’t be in my locker room ever ever ever.

Yea, I mean there is no disputing that. My issue is for weeks now, you've had all the coaches and the organizations talk about how much they supported him over the helmet issue. Then suddenly, a week before the season, you fine him to the point where it voids his guaranteed money. It really just feels like Mayock wanted to display his authority. It feels like mixed messages, and Mayock should have let Gruden decide how to handle it. Not have some sort of weird dick measuring contest. Brown was ready to play, chose a new helmet and everything. Something just feels very wrong with how this was handled. You either tell him to get his ass on the field a few weeks back and say that you were upset with how Brown was handling things, or you let it go. The whole thing is a giant bag of mixed signals . This is not how you run a front office. Loomis would never do this kind of ****.


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