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Old 09-27-2005, 06:54 PM   #11
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Default Re: Bellichick orders Steelers trainer away from injured player

i forgot to mention how classy bruschi was mocking t.o. with his wingflap after the superbowl. didnt vrabel pile on and do it too? and before anyone says hines did it first it was a playful endzone celebration and im not on here trying to profess how classy hines is. this thread is about bill belichick acting like an ass. r. kraft may wanna step in if they want to protect this contrived image.
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:10 PM   #12
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"id be more than happy to add them to my list."

Yeah, well, why would we care about your list?
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:15 PM   #13
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Yeah, well, why would we care about your list?
Do you know there is a "Quote" feature here? It's pretty easy to use, as well...

And, who is "we"? Ya got a mouse in your pocket, or are you implying you play for the Patriots along with that other weirdo who signs his posts as "Tom Brady"?
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I thought you were going to run along son?
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:48 PM   #15
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still no examples of "classy" patriot players???? i didnt think so. its just a hollow word you patfans like to throw out in a desperate attempt to garner respact and make your team seem better than they are. was the steelers dynasty of the 70's classy? who cares? they straight up balled and whooped ass. do the steelers of today need to brag about how classy they are? who cares? and no.
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patriots and their fans saying they are classy is like coing out to a strip club and while you are getting a lap dance a fine assed naked girl whispers in your ear "ive got a 150 i.q.". lol. once again hollow words and who cares.
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Old 09-27-2005, 11:53 PM   #17
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Default Re: Bellichick orders Steelers trainer away from injured player

Latest update from .. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05271/578904.stm

Steelers Notebook: NFL trainer says Belichick's act uncommon

Wednesday, September 28, 2005
By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The president of the pro football athletic trainers society expressed surprise yesterday that any NFL coach would rudely chase off a trainer offering aid to a seriously injured player on a football field.

"It's a common courtesy for the home team," said Steve Antonopulous, the trainer for the Denver Broncos who heads the NFL group.

Steelers trainer John Norwig came onto the field to offer his help Sunday when Patriots tackle Matt Light was seriously injured in the second quarter at Heinz Field. New England coach Bill Belichick went up to Norwig and rudely told him to leave, using a profanity.

"I really don't know the full extent of everything," Antonopulous said, "but I'm surprised if it occurred to any of our athletic trainers in our organization."

Antonopulous said the home trainer meets with the visiting trainer before games to determine logistics and other matters -- where the X-ray room is, where the paramedics are located on the field, ambulances, etc.

"If a player goes down on the field and is there for a little bit or has a recognizable serious injury, the home trainer will go to that area of the field to offer his assistance," Antonopulous said. "That's a common courtesy. That's something each of us does. It helps the situation as it is on the field to expedite the medical care of the individual -- expedites getting the cart on the field, paramedics if needed, if they need to be transported off the field."

Antonopulous said he has been in the business for 30 years and never experienced anything like Norwig faced from Belichick.

"No, sir, it's actually opposite of that," he said, noting the opposing coach appreciates the medical aid.
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Default Re: Bellichick orders Steelers trainer away from injured player

I heard on ESPN radio, that while they ran our training staff off on the field... they allowed them to help tend to Light, and Harrison's injuries in the lockeroom.
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Default Re: Bellichick orders Steelers trainer away..9/28 Update; Trainers Pres. Surprised

Yeah, oh btw, can you find me some more tape!!!
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You all sound like a bunch a democrats protesting the war in Iraq. Get a life.
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