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4xSBChamps
12-07-2010, 02:34 PM
... that Ms. Goodell has sent-out this season, this story has (conveniently, for the NFL) been cast-aside

http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/feed/2010-10/favre-scandal/story/sbj-jenn-stergers-manager-says-nfl-not-returning-phone-calls

the League doesn't want to be forced into reprimanding a future Hall-of-Fame player in the twi-light of his career, but if the League is going to discipline another Super Bowl-winning QB (which I agreed with) for his off-field indiscretions, aren't they then forced into dealing with this situation promptly & in-public?

Rogita would rather take some minimal heat for handing-out unheard-of fines, than risk tarnishing the career & reputation of a player who's been a fan-favorite for years ~ if he is going to publicly hang Thoughtlessberger out-to-dry for his transgressions, why-not Favre?

BigRick
12-07-2010, 08:18 PM
... that Ms. Goodell has sent-out this season, this story has (conveniently, for the NFL) been cast-aside

http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/feed/2010-10/favre-scandal/story/sbj-jenn-stergers-manager-says-nfl-not-returning-phone-calls

the League doesn't want to be forced into reprimanding a future Hall-of-Fame player in the twi-light of his career, but if the League is going to discipline another Super Bowl-winning QB (which I agreed with) for his off-field indiscretions, aren't they then forced into dealing with this situation promptly & in-public?

Rogita would rather take some minimal heat for handing-out unheard-of fines, than risk tarnishing the career & reputation of a player who's been a fan-favorite for years ~ if he is going to publicly hang Thoughtlessberger out-to-dry for his transgressions, why-not Favre?

Everyone knew that Goofball wouldn't touch Favre before the season was over. Is it fair? Absolutely not!! :banging: