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  1. Read the quotes in the original post - from Kobe himself - - he almost strangled her. What a guy! Because TRUTH rules and not silly posts like "who will the Bills draft"? Life is reality and not a draft board son!
  2. who really cares - you just post about the obvious! I don't hate reality - just hiding from the truth in the mythical world of sports heroes! What makes you think he was an "outstanding" father? Who told you that???
  3. so what is important to you?? If he wasn't and NBA player would you give a ***** - really? The reality is that he was a shady character in the world of sports made important by media that prays on fans that need 'stars".
  4. So true! Kobe was not a "great man". Just a basketball player with great skills. The media loves this crap.
  5. I know the NFL is majority black and most of the players love basketball. PLEASE - stop the hero worship for a man that raped a 19 year old girl and got away with it for $2.5 million. What message does that send to the fans! This is the report and statements from Mr. Bryant: Although I truly believe this encounter between us was consensual, I recognize now that she did not and does not view this incident the same way I did. After months of reviewing discovery, listening to her attorney, and even her testimony in person, I now understand how she feels that she did not consent to this encounter. I issue this statement today fully aware that while one part of this case ends today, another remains. I understand that the civil case against me will go forward. That part of this case will be decided by and between the parties directly involved in the incident and will no longer be a financial or emotional drain on the citizens of the state of Colorado.[21] When asked about bruises on the accuser's neck, Bryant admitted to "strangling" her during the encounter, stating that he held her "from the back" "around her neck",that strangling during sex was his "thing" and that he had a pattern of strangling a different sex partner (not his wife) during their recurring sexual encounters. When asked how hard he was holding onto her neck, Bryant stated, "My hands are strong. I don't know." In March 2005, the two parties settled that lawsuit. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed to the public.[23] The Los Angeles Times reported that legal experts estimated the settlement was more than $2.5 million.[24]
  6. I think that was a Levy thing. Too conservative and set in his ways. Remember he didn't play Henry Jones much at all in his 1st season because of his hold-out.
  7. OK - - all 3 were replacements for 'star' Bills in play-off games and hurt the team effort allowing the opponents to win! -Al Edwards replaced Don Beebe (broken leg) in our 1st Super Bowl visit and was a non-factor with only 26 CAREER receptions ! -Dwight Drane replaced Leonard Smith (illness which led to his retirement) in our 2nd Super Bowl and couldn't cover anyone let alone tackle Redskins! -Karl Wilson joined the Bills in 1995 and had played on 7 other NFL teams previously. He had to replace Bruce Smith (illness) in our 1995 play-off loss to the Steelers and did zip!!
  8. Jordan Phillips and Shaq will demand much more money then they are worth. Levi Wallace can't tackle and cover a decent receiver. Use the combined $ for Phillips and Shaq for a dominating, Free Agent DL and draft a CB.
  9. NO!!! CB's are a dime a dozen in the draft.
  10. I'm not a 'troll' and agree with your assessment. Next years schedule will make or break Josh!
  11. That's what my post was about. I don't think a lame 'guru' can help. when to be smart. I don't know if 'smart' can be taught? Is Palmer the ONLY person in the world he can work with? Come on - -
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