- Apr 7, 2006
Really psyched to add Wilkerson to the list of players in which BB instilled a sense of belonging and duty to T E A M. Fills a need, maybe his douchebaggery keeps the price tag down juuuuuust enough?
Per the police report, Anderson allegedly told the arresting officer he was going to find his wife, "f**k her and n*t in her eye.” My lord. Report said he was doing 105 mph in a 45 mph zone
@AndySlater had it first.
Probably all the time I've spent in the various harassment threads...I never even considered a romantic philanderous tryst. Various reports are stating it was the cops wife who was the object of his unconventional affection.Why assume the cop's wife says no?
Now I got Tribe stuck in my head.
I like that you think of consensual facials as romantic. If you were 22 and female, you'd be perfect for me.Probably all the time I've spent in the various harassment threads...I never even considered a romantic philanderous tryst. Various reports are stating it was the cops wife who was the object of his unconventional affection.
He knows how to influence people. He influenced that cop pretty well. It's the winning friends part he clearly needs to work on."The arresting officer reported no indications of drug or alcohol influence." Well at least he was sober. He doesn't seem to be a big fan of Dale Carnegie either.
http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23442213/new-york-jets-ceo-says-qb-sam-darnold-lead-team-greatnessFirst-round draft pick Sam Darnold will lead the New York Jets to greatness, according to CEO Christopher Johnson, who said Tuesday the addition of the former USC star will be remembered as a turning point in franchise history.
"I think people are going to look back -- I honestly think they're going to look back 20 years from now and say this is the moment the Jets shifted into a new year, that they became a great team," Johnson told reporters at a charity event in Manhattan.
C'mon, at least he is realistic about the O line
http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23574109/new-york-jets-trade-qb-christian-hackenberg-oakland-raiders-pickThe move came hours after Hackenberg made critical comments about the coaching staff to reporters. He said the past two seasons were "frustrating" because he didn't "get any information from anybody on how to fix that and how to address" mechanical flaws.
The Jets are trying to force Darnold to accept a contract that let's them void his entire guarantee if he gets fined for conduct on or off-field at any point during the life of the contract. The report also notes that "that it is believed that no other top-three pick in the last 10 years has had that language in their deal either". This is also the hold up for Roquon Smith's contract with the Bears. NFL teams are looking for every chance to nickle and dime players. Hopefully Darnold and Smith hold out until they get what they want, especially Smith, since as a defender he has a much better chance of getting fined with the new helmet rules that no one seems to understand.
How did he look in the game, his numbers were not bad.Darnold said. "It's really nice to be able to get that width and be able to see exactly what the coverage is. You can tell right away most of the time whether it's man or zone, which is really cool."
I think Darnold is going to be in for a bit a shock when he sees regular season action...
How did he look in the game, his numbers were not bad.