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I think he'll get released at some point this season.  He's a force divider and quite frankly they don't need him or the drama and baggage that he brings.  He will inevitably get into it with Brady, coaches, other teammates, etc. and that will spell the end of his time in *NE. 

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8 hours ago, StHustle said:

They won't and they shouldn't. What sense does it make to do that? There is ZERO available evidence that he is guilty of these accusations and should therefore let the proceedings move forward and see what else comes out.

 

It would be foolish to release a player simply based off a civil lawsuit being filed.

I think it said she had text messages from him!

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1 hour ago, H2o said:

I highly doubt it. This is the team that kept Aaron Hernandez despite all of the rumblings BEFORE he finally got arrested. 

Also the same team with a 42 year old QB and a suspicious trainer hanging around.

 

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10 hours ago, BrycePaup4ever said:

They let Aaron Hernandez go, but that was a murder charge and this was (if true) a rape. Do you think they let him go tomorrow? Do you care at this point? Im thinking more about Barkley this weekend. He could chew us up.

 

No. He will play all year. And they won’t pick up the option at the end of the year. 

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2 minutes ago, MAJBobby said:

 

No. He will play all year. And they won’t pick up the option at the end of the year. 

litlle OT, but what is the difference between a club option and a non guaranteed year 2? Is it more cap friendly somehow?

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Just now, plenzmd1 said:

litlle OT, but what is the difference between a club option and a non guaranteed year 2? Is it more cap friendly somehow?

 

The club option let’s them walk away and be eligible for Compensatory Picks. See what they did for Revis. The Non guarantee 2nd year is a Contract and they would then have to Cut him (not eligible for Compensatory Picks)

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Miami is in shambles, the Jets' HC is already causing a media storm of negativity and the Pats are having a ton of off field issues.

 

The more chaos for our division foes the better it ends up being for the Bills.

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6 minutes ago, MAJBobby said:

 

The club option let’s them walk away and be eligible for Compensatory Picks. See what they did for Revis. The Non guarantee 2nd year is a Contract and they would then have to Cut him (not eligible for Compensatory Picks)

wonder why more contracts are not structured this way

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Release him? At this stage, they are more likely to showcase him and try to have him set a new yardage record just to flip off the league. That’s their mentality. Starts with Kraft. I remember seeing him saying “F them,” during their pregame ceremony before kickoff of their opening game after when Brady was suspended for deflate gate. Robert Kraft is a phony thug wannabe. 

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They won't cut him.  He will play all the games this season as well.  You saw with Tyreek Hill as well as he didn't miss any games.

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2 minutes ago, plenzmd1 said:

wonder why more contracts are not structured this way

Starting to see more of it, specially with players that may have some off-field stuff. Have to remember players want security, so these type of deals might not get signed by players 

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Not as long as there is a chance that he can pay her off and make this go away.  If it was a criminal case and he could not buy his way out of it as easily, they might be forced to release him.  I just hope the media fall out distracts them to the point it affects their performance on the field.

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Commissioner's exempt list sounds like a good temporary solution to the AB Circus. Now that the Pats have traded D. Thomas, if they can't activate AB, that might affect them...a bit...

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10 hours ago, uticaclub said:

The Patriots culture is talent and doing whatever it takes to win. 

 

Sounds the same as every other team. They're just better at it.

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11 hours ago, Limeaid said:

More important will Antonio Brown get his own TSW forum and all posts moved there?

The AB discussions are weak beer compared to the Deflategate threads.

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11 hours ago, Kelly the Dog said:

She accuses him of rape once. The third incident. One rape

 

Answer to the original question of "who accuses someone of three rapes?": Someone who is gainfully employed by the accuser. Tons of women go through repeated assaults because they're economically engaged or trapped by the employer.

 

Answer to the comment this was two assaults + one rape: So? Doesn't excuse it and the above applies.

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24 minutes ago, K-9 said:

Release him? At this stage, they are more likely to showcase him and try to have him set a new yardage record just to flip off the league. That’s their mentality. Starts with Kraft. I remember seeing him saying “F them,” during their pregame ceremony before kickoff of their opening game after when Brady was suspended for deflate gate. Robert Kraft is a phony thug wannabe. 

He’s the real devil in the Devil’s Triangle. Always has been. 

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He masturbated and came on her back while they were watching a church video. Now that is just some very disturbing things regardless.   

I wonder if the DA can pursue criminal charges even if the accuser doesn't file a report. At this point would they need a report if the allegations are now public knowledge?

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3 hours ago, Kmart128 said:

This is whole thing is a prime example ad to why I said the Patriots were stupid for giving this guy a fully guaranteed deal

They didn't guarantee *****. 1 Million at signing and the rest is set up as game by game checks, if he is on the team he gets paid, otherwise he's out on his ass.

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