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  1. Posted by Mike Florio on November 16, 2019, 10:10 AM EST The NFL has kept Colin Kaepernick in the dark about multiple aspects of his dog-and-pony show about nothing workout. As a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT, the league’s failure to provide information to Kaepernick includes the identity of the receivers who will be available to catch passes from him. Thus, Kaepernick has made arrangements to bring his own receivers to the workout. I've asked this question before, and did not get a good answer. Can someone explain why the "NFL" is involved with this workout at all? Why wouldn't it be arranged by his agent? Shouldn't the people involved be the agent, Kap, some WR to throw to(also arranged by his agent), and reps from the teams interested in seeing the workout?
  2. The Salvatore party at Shooters is long gone...and Shooters is now an upscale dining establishment that has no resemblance to its former self. 😞😞 The last few years Russ has thrown a party at the Blue Martini in Lauderdale not to far from the main bar strip. It is a ticketed event, and from past years when we went, the tickets aren’t sold(as far as I know)...I believe you have to get them from Russ or someone at his establishment ahead of time. Just my 2 cents having been to Russ’s parties at Shooters and Blue Martini...Shooters was about as crazy as could be...Blue Martini is a much smaller and upscale venue with wall to wall people...and very laid back atmosphere.
  3. The factory of sadness just took another hit. #1 overall pick coming into his own and....BOOM.
  4. Wife and I having this discussion recently. What say you? Do you consider per person reception costs when determining amount of gift?
  5. I know it is a completely different GM. Just noting how many good CB's have left for "greener" pastures in the past. Winfield stung the most for me.
  6. We should enjoy him while he is here. After his entry level deal is up, the Bills will probably repeat history by letting him go(see Winfield, Clements, Gilmore and others that were traded or allowed to test the F/A waters), and then use another high pick on a DB to replace him.
  7. I was only 5 in 1964, so I don't have any memory of the '64 or '65 championship teams(except for what I have read), but IMO, there is no way in one off-season, that this current version of the team is going to be in any way comparable to the 64 or 65 teams come next September.
  8. Not sure what the NFL powers that be, have to do with a Kap workout. Shouldn't that be between Kap, his agents, and the team reps?
  9. On 3rd and less than 6-7 yards, Beasley should NEVER be much further downfield than the 1st down marker, and the ball should be going to him a lot more in those situations, than it has through 9 games. He is definitely not be utilized correctly.
  10. 9AM on weekend days is normally my rule. Then again, my one neighbor is white trash, and if I know they are at home(and probably sleeping), I will get the gas weed whacker out first, and start trimming the areas closest to their property first...8-830. 😈
  11. Some little puke? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  12. So, if the Bills lose on Sunday, will we get another new thread titled "The Bills no longer control their own destiny"?
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