Kenny Britt fought the law and Kenny won.
This little nugget almost slipped by me over the weekend. NFL Commissioner [intlink id=”8″ type=”category”]Roger Goodell[/intlink] announced that players who ran afoul of the law during the lockout will not face disciplinary action for their offenses. NFLPA executive member Charlie Batch was pleased with by this outcome. “”How can he?” Batch said. “You locked us out. How can you enforce your personal conduct policy?”
Indeed, Chaz. How can the Ginger Dictator suspend somebody for something they did while not technically subject to his rules?
Ask Terrelle Pryor.
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The NFLPA finally ratified the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement yesterday afternoon, putting an end to almost five months of labor uncertainty. Despite player rep/noted loudmouth [intlink id=”60″ type=”category”]Ryan Clark[/intlink]’s dire warning, the ten year deal passed by a comfortable margin.
No thanks to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Last year, I repeatedly harped on all the ways Roger Goodell tried (unsuccessfully) to screw over the Black and Gold. To say he’s not a popular figure amongst Steeler Nation would be like saying Justin Bieber wouldn’t go over well at a Hell’s Angels rally. However, many times, we as fans, get much more worked up over things than the players themselves do. Not so in this case as the entire team voted AGAINST the CBA in a show of protest against the[intlink id=”8″ type=”category”] Ginger Dictator.[/intlink]
Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela…
…and[intlink id=”60″ type=”category”] Ryan Clark[/intlink]?
When did the Pittsburgh Steelers’ safety become a champion of the oppressed? Did I miss a memo? It seems like every time I turn around, Clark is flapping his gums about this, that, or the other thing. And it’s getting increasingly annoying.
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