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If he broke his son's arm, he's done. Or, he'll get an 8 game suspension...
Given his past history with domestic violence, if he did in fact break his 3 year old son’s arm, doesn’t he potentially need to be worrying about jail time and not just NFL discipline?
 

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Given his past history with domestic violence, if he did in fact break his 3 year old son’s arm, doesn’t he potentially need to be worrying about jail time and not just NFL discipline?
Absolutely. If this allegation is true, he needs to see jail time given his past issues.
 

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"Mr. Kaepernick, please pick up the white courtesy phone..."
Would be an interesting move, if you're in a full rebuild being the team to take a chance on him is smart, if it works out you either have your QB going forward, or one hell of a trade chip. If it doesn't.... well it didn't cost you anything.
 

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That’s hilarious. Also I’m not ranking Josh Allen ahead of unknown Dolphins QB
Anyone who plays DFS would disagree. Allen made me a decent chunk of change last year. Not enough to wash my losses but at least enough to keep me afloat. He was really productive when you consider the dreck he was throwing to and line protecting him.
 

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I don't play fantasy sports so it's hard for me to judge him as a fantasy talent. How much of his skill in that world was attributable to his running? I don't have a ton of faith in his passing. Or very many ounces.
 

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Anyone who plays DFS would disagree. Allen made me a decent chunk of change last year. Not enough to wash my losses but at least enough to keep me afloat. He was really productive when you consider the dreck he was throwing to and line protecting him.
He threw for 2074 yards and 10 TDs on 320 attempts in 12 games. Maybe he looked better than those stats indicate, but numbers wise that's god awful. He probably saved you because he was very good running the ball, but as a passer that's as bad as it gets.
 

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He threw for 2074 yards and 10 TDs on 320 attempts in 12 games. Maybe he looked better than those stats indicate, but numbers wise that's god awful. He probably saved you because he was very good running the ball, but as a passer that's as bad as it gets.
He had fat Kelvin, McCoy and some rookie WRs as his weapons. He probably would have killed for a Reche Caldwell to throw to. Since he couldn't throw to himself he ran it, a lot.
 

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Here
https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article227983684.html

Lovely story. So the mother of the three year old is the same woman he brutally beat in college when she was 8 weeks pregnant with said child. She is also his fiancée. So not his first time going after this child. This POS should be banned for life.
Here’s another nice little nugget from that story:
KCTV 5 obtained another Overland Park police report from March 5 on a report of child abuse or neglect. That report was closed three days later when authorities declined to prosecute, according to KCTV 5’s report.
Wonderful.
 

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so what exactly is the Rosen market now, should Arizona go that route?
 

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And this is tremendous: Joe Thomas before and after, bringing Jeff Saturday to another level. It’s good to see this.

 

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Washington should be a no brainer. Then again, we’re talking about Washington.
I have heard this multiple places and I dont see why its such a clear fit. They just brought in Keenum for 2019, and have Smith maybe/maybe not coming back at some point. I see the argument that they could use a long term solution, but I dont think its the slam dunk some do.
 

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I have heard this multiple places and I dont see why its such a clear fit. They just brought in Keenum for 2019, and have Smith maybe/maybe not coming back at some point. I see the argument that they could use a long term solution, but I dont think its the slam dunk some do.
Smith had the Joe Theisman injury. He is 34. The apparatus he has on his leg, at last check, is something you find in abundance at Bethesda Naval/Walter Reed. Expecting him back at any point, right now, is like expecting Josh Gordon to get through 16 games — x10.

He is going to cost them dearly capwise. They don’t have nearly a high enough pick to get QB in first tier, and even if they did, the QB class is meh.

Rosen is on rookie contract. Ari has no choice but to deal him if it drafts Murray. Not a lot of competition on buyer’s side as QB is settled in most places.

That’s why I characterize this as a no brainer — unless they don’t like Rosen, which is a different story.
 

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what a tragedy. couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.

who picks him up? Jets? Washington?

edit: actually, Raiders, clearly.
 

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Patriots. And hes a Walter Payton Award Finalist while winning the Art Rooney Sportsmanship award next year LOL.
 

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Patriots. And hes a Walter Payton Award Finalist while winning the Art Rooney Sportsmanship award next year LOL.
Yeah after BB puts the Running Man/Fortress necklace on him to keep him on his best behavior.
 

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And Rodney Harrison, who, IIRC, regularly won "NFL's Dirtiest Player" as voted on by his peers.

EDIT: From Wikipedia: "Harrison was voted the "dirtiest player" in the NFL by his peers according to a 2004 poll conducted by Sports Illustrated. In 2006, Harrison once again topped the "dirtiest player" voting by 361 other NFL players.[11] In 2008, NFL coaches awarded the title to Harrison in an anonymous poll conducted by ESPN.[12] He has also been fined and suspended multiple times, and as of 2002, had racked up over $200,000 in fines by the NFL. A notable suspension occurred in 2002 after a helmet-to-helmet hit on the Oakland Raiders' Jerry Rice."
 
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It would be worth it for the amusement value here. Chiropractors. I am not holding my breath.