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oh no...oh jesus god no

It's not the end of the world, he's out for 4 games.

Of course playing San Diego (too early to count in the Norv Turner as a Head Coach effect) and Cincinnati in the first 4 weeks is a little nerve racking, but I don't mind having Sanders play and Meriweather spelling him, it could be worse.

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

Indeed. Where's the Rodney Harrison* comments?

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

Football is supposed to be violent and vicious, especially on defense. I guess you wouldn?t know that being a Rams fan and what not, (and by the way, when I say Rams fan, I mean pansy, it?s ok though I put a smiley). :D

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

Football is supposed to be violent and vicious, especially on defense. I guess you wouldn?t know that being a Rams fan and what not, (and by the way, when I say Rams fan, I mean pansy, it?s ok though I put a smiley). :D

You're quite the class act gmat.

As to rams80, in no way do I condone these actions by Rodney Harrison, but what he's done doesn't make me hate him or dislike him in anyway. I love the way he plays the game, and in high school I played the same posistion as him, and the same way he did. It's the only way to play the game. Sure some of Harrison's hits may have been borderline inapproriate, but I can bet you he never entered a game giving less than 110%. He plays to win and for that he should be comended. Unfortunetly he's made mistakes which tarnish his already abismal public image, but there is not another Free Saftey currently in the NFL that I'd rather have on my team.

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

Well, as a Rams fan, your blatant bias against the Patriots came through in your post title, and it seemed you posted it just to get an angry reaction from those who agree with you.

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To be honest, the reaction of some here surprises me.

As I pointed out in the initial post, it's not like he was ever going to win the NFL's Citizen of the Year award.

Football is supposed to be violent and vicious, especially on defense. I guess you wouldn’t know that being a Rams fan and what not, (and by the way, when I say Rams fan, I mean pansy, it’s ok though I put a smiley). :D

You're quite the class act gmat.

As to rams80, in no way do I condone these actions by Rodney Harrison, but what he's done doesn't make me hate him or dislike him in anyway. I love the way he plays the game, and in high school I played the same posistion as him, and the same way he did. It's the only way to play the game. Sure some of Harrison's hits may have been borderline inapproriate, but I can bet you he never entered a game giving less than 110%. He plays to win and for that he should be comended. Unfortunetly he's made mistakes which tarnish his already abismal public image, but there is not another Free Saftey currently in the NFL that I'd rather have on my team.

You weren't one of the of the ones I was talking about. It was more directed at posts like the "oh no...oh jesus god no".

To be honest, in a weird way I'm sort of thankful for his cheap shot ability. It's arguable that the Rams would never have won a Super Bowl without a certain cheap shot from him.

EDIT-I'll also add that I am not calling for anything drastic such as slapping an asterisk on the Patriots' 3 Super Bowl titles. Football is a team sport, and I would be surprised if anyone else on the team took HGH.

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EDIT-I'll also add that I am not calling for anything drastic such as slapping an asterisk on the Patriots' 3 Super Bowl titles. Football is a team sport, and I would be surprised if anyone else on the team took HGH.

Why not? Everyone wants to slap an asterisk on everything Barry Bonds et al. have even thought about doing, so why not for a football player who publicly admitted that they've done so.

I mean, either that, or just those folks admit that they are hypocrites and get it over with. I'd just like some consistency.

[edit after fact-checking]

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http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3000615

In the interests of somewhat evenhandedness, and because this is from the same investigation, Cowboys QB Coach Wade Wilson has been suspended for five games for receiving illegal drugs while he was with the Chicago Bears.

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