Possible they knew that an exempt list decision was coming and they wanted to get out in front of it? Or possible that Bill walked out of that press conference and said fuck this I've got a really good team and this is not my cup of tea. Or they have some reason to think they have a chance to get cap relief or whatever else might be possible.Such a stupid, stupid man. Would have loved to see this battlestation fully operational, but glad I don't have to root for him. I imagine the Pats know some stuff we don't yet.
Didn't he have that odd contractual term saying he couldn't do anything post signing that puts the team, the organization, etc. in a bad light? I'd say threatening the artist qualifies.We’ll see how much love he has if the Pats try to recoup some money. It’s possible his contacting the second accuser has given them a narrow opening.
View: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2HGYq2B2uT/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_linkIt should have been obvious that sending the text messages to an accuser would only cause problems. I can understand why that's a bridge too far for the team. Team rules exist for a reason.
Isn't he still due that money? Someone (I'm guessing either the NFL or a judge) is going to have to make a ruling that he violated the conduct clause for the Patriots to not owe that to him. The biggest question to me is how quickly we'll get that ruling from the NFL as that'd be a nice chunk of money to use to go after Trent Williams.He was due $5 million of his signing bonus on Monday.
It is blindingly self-evident to everyone that the man is as self-aware and has the introspective powers of a clam. The fact that you think he will 'think' about this is only explainable by the fact that you still also take religion seriously, in some cases you just suspend belief in reality.I’m wondering how he reacts after some time to think.