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5 minutes ago, Bills fan since 87 said:

Oh Cleveland......

 

You can’t overcome a lousy owner easily. It boggles my mind that they gave this dirt bag a fully guaranteed contract! Who would do that? You have to be situationally aware, and show just a glimmer of common sense. 

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I have got to believe that the Browns put some kind of provision in the contract that if Watson gets suspended by the league, he doesn't get paid for as long as the suspension lasts.  But they were just plain old stupid to do that kind of deal with him.  Houston will get the last laugh in all of this.  

 

But the Browns do have Baker still.  He He to that.

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10 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

This is going to go on forever unless he settles

 

each civil case has its own judge, we are looking at a long time until he plays if he doesn’t. 
 

 

 

Browns fans deserve a process to fire an owner. We had decades of ineptitude, but nothing approaching this. If this was the Bills, I’d have to take a break. Even I have limits. 

 

 

1 minute ago, Paup 1995MVP said:

I have got to believe that the Browns put some kind of provision in the contract that if Watson gets suspended by the league, he doesn't get paid for as long as the suspension lasts.  But they were just plain old stupid to do that kind of deal with him.  Houston will get the last laugh in all of this.  

 

But the Browns do have Baker still.  He He to that.

 

Even so, is that the guy you want to be the face of your franchise? That alone is not worth the grief.  Wow……

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Augie said:

If this was the Bills, I’d have to take a break. Even I have limits. 


I’ve thought about this.

 

What if the Bills signed a QB accused by 23 different women of sexual assault?

 

As much as it would pain me, I’d have to be out on the Bills for as long as he was employed by them. And even afterwards, depending on how it was dealt with (or not dealt with) by ownership, I might still be out.

 

Bills Football is one of my absolute favorite things in life, but there’s no way that I could just ignore something that egregious and scummy and look the other way.

 

While lots of Browns fans HAVE stepped away, many more seem to have made peace with it and now regularly defend the man. 
 

Disgusting.

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When Watson made the “no regrets” comment I was astounded and appalled at his lack of self awareness (or self preservation), not to mention how poorly his attorneys had prepared him — although he may be just that much of an egotistical, misogynistic monster that he believes it.

 

Cleveland deserves every bit of bad luck and karma they get with that crook of an owner and POS quarterback.

 

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1 hour ago, Captain Hindsight said:

National Football League GIF by Buffalo BillsThanks for passing on this stud Cleveland 

 

And Giants, twice...... oops

2 minutes ago, Warcodered said:

Doesn't feel like a great way to handle this, also I still can't get over that for this situation he's represented by Rusty Hardon.

Rusty Hard On??? 🤣 🤣🤣

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1 hour ago, Paup 1995MVP said:

I have got to believe that the Browns put some kind of provision in the contract that if Watson gets suspended by the league, he doesn't get paid for as long as the suspension lasts.  But they were just plain old stupid to do that kind of deal with him.  Houston will get the last laugh in all of this.  

 

But the Browns do have Baker still.  He He to that.

Wasn't the deal fully guaranteed?  If so, they may be SOL

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1 hour ago, Augie said:

 

You can’t overcome a lousy owner easily. It boggles my mind that they gave this dirt bag a fully guaranteed contract! Who would do that? You have to be situationally aware, and show just a glimmer of common sense. 

 

Because Haslam, too, is a legitimate criminal.  Like Watson, he believes that certain people should be allowed to get away with whatever they feel they deserve.  He's a wealthy redneck.  That's about it.

 

 

 

And nobody is commenting on "The plaintiff alleged Watson asked her to go inside his anus"???

 

Go INSIDE??!!  I would have gone inside with a baseball bat, were I her...

 

The plaintiff rests.....

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11 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

Because Haslam, too, is a legitimate criminal.  Like Watson, he believes that certain people should be allowed to get away with whatever they feel they deserve.  He's a wealthy redneck.  That's about it.

 

 

 

And nobody is commenting on "The plaintiff alleged Watson asked her to go inside his anus"???

 

Go INSIDE??!!  I would have gone inside with a baseball bat, were I her...

 

The plaintiff rests.....

Rusty Hardon is actually the same lawyer who represented the crook who headed up Haslam’s pilot flying J company 

 

https://www.cleveland.com/sports/2022/03/houston-attorney-representing-quarterback-deshaun-watson-played-role-in-fraud-trial-of-browns-owner-jimmy-haslams-company.html?outputType=amp

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Hardin was one of the chief defense attorneys in a years-long fraud case against the Haslam family’s truck stop chain, Pilot Flying J. Prosecutors say the scheme lasted from at least 2008 until the company’s headquarters were raided by agents in 2013.

Haslam was never charged.

Hardin represented former Pilot Flying J President Mark Hazelwood, who was convicted.

At least 17 Flying Pilot J employees were convicted after prosecutors say sales staff members withheld tens of thousands of dollars a month in agreed-upon rebates. The sales employees sought out companies that they believe could be duped, paying a fraction of what was owed to them, a move that gained greater commissions.

 

and he is getting killed in this case, at least in the PR sense which will have a lot to do with how Roger feels he has disrespected the shield 

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