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7 hours ago, purplemonster said:

Asking the real questions.  I don't think that was a typo.  Does Henry do FF for a living?

Yes he does.  He doesn't post too much as he is busy managing his teams.

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12 hours ago, League_Champion said:

 

Why would they? The suspension is inevitable. There's no chance Hunt gets out if this one. And it's only gonna get worse. This is how it works. This is now a CRIMINAL investigation, charges WILL be filed eventually. There will be victim(s) that come forward for a big payday, etc. It's gonna be a pile on. There's not a team in the world that wants that on their plate. 

This happened back in February, there already was a criminal investigation, NO charges were filed.

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8 hours ago, purplemonster said:

Asking the real questions.  I don't think that was a typo.  Does Henry do FF for a living?

 

No I don't do this for a living this is a hobby though it really is a 2nd job during football season as I spent almost all my free time doing something for FF.

 

I work your standard 40 hour a week job actually just had  my 24 year anniversary there on Thursday.

 

I actually do more work then I need to I keep spreadsheets on all my rosters that ends up being 11 pages long I update with every waiver move and print out on Friday's to use when I am looking at my teams instead of the sites and then I write a check mark next to the player I want to start and if any guys are questionable I write their name in red so I can track them them while I am inputting the lineup on the real site.  What really takes me a lot of time is I put in all of mine and my opp lineups on another 12 spreadsheets that takes like 6 hours on Saturday then Sunday night I put in all the scores so on Monday I can print them out and know exactly how much ahead or behind I am in each league and who each team has left.

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2 minutes ago, Henry Muto said:

 

No I don't do this for a living this is a hobby though it really is a 2nd job during football season as I spent almost all my free time doing something for FF.

 

I work your standard 40 hour a week job actually just had  my 24 year anniversary there on Thursday.

 

I actually do more work then I need to I keep spreadsheets on all my rosters that ends up being 11 pages long I update with every waiver move and print out on Friday's to use when I am looking at my teams instead of the sites and then I write a check mark next to the player I want to start and if any guys are questionable I write their name in red so I can track them them while I am inputting the lineup on the real site.  What really takes me a lot of time is I put in all of mine and my opp lineups on another 12 spreadsheets that takes like 6 hours on Saturday then Sunday night I put in all the scores so on Monday I can print them out and know exactly how much ahead or behind I am in each league and who each team has left.

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1 hour ago, stevegrab said:

This happened back in February, there already was a criminal investigation, NO charges were filed.

 

Yes but apparently the investigating  PD weren't aware of the video until now either. At least that's what I'm told. I could be wrong and apologize if so. But  If true the State can prosecute without a victim.

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2 hours ago, League_Champion said:

 

Yes but apparently the investigating  PD weren't aware of the video until now either. At least that's what I'm told. I could be wrong and apologize if so. But  If true the State can prosecute without a victim.

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i bet I could hire a cheap lawyer to plead that down to a misdemeanor, then to a "deferred judgement" (assuming that state allows DJs), and then 30 hours community service with the charge nullified after one year's good behavior.

And that would be with a cheap lawyer. Hunt has way way more money than I do.

Hunt will play again after serving a "reasonable" suspension (I'll guess 12 games). Why? Because what he did is absolutely nothing compared to what this monster did...

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Did y'all know that AP STILL "disciplines" his son?

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/11/21/adrian-peterson-admits-he-still-hits-his-son-with-a-belt/

“I had to discipline my son and spank him the other day with a belt,” Peterson told Master Tesfatsion of Bleacher Report.

November 21, 2018

 

Do we all agree that Hunt hitting some woman is no where near as bad as AP hitting a small child? And this piece of manure is still in the NFL. So Hunt is a complete non-story... and is nothing more than the NFL attempting image control.

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1 hour ago, League_Champion said:

 

Yes but apparently the investigating  PD weren't aware of the video until now either. At least that's what I'm told. I could be wrong and apologize if so. But  If true the State can prosecute without a victim.

 

My understanding is that the Police have had the video for quite sometime but would not release it. They have the video from the hallway as well as the body cam videos of the on scene interviews with all involved parties. They determined not to make any arrests and obviously the DA has decided there isn't enough there for a case. I've watched these videos numerous times as well as the interviews and police statements. This is being so blown out of proportion it's absurd. Total sensationalism at it's finest. Hunt kicked these two girls out of his room when he returned from a night out and found them there...both were 19. There story is they were told to leave because they wouldn't agree to sleep with one of his friends. Of course if that were true why did they spend the next thirty minutes outside the room banging on the door to be let back in? No, there story doesn't make sense at all. Probably what the cops on scene thought as well.

 

The "victim" is the one who hit Hunt in the face, and allegedly used racial slurs and spat on him. This provoked a shove which I don't find to be unreasonable if someone did that to me. At this point the "victim" decides to still go back and further antagonize him. Hunt then pushes a male friend who falls into drunk girl knocking her over. Then comes the "kick" which is almost laughable to call it that. Yea, where Hunt screwed the pooch is by exiting his room to confront her instead of calling hotel security. He was stupid for even getting into this type of situation. However, people acting like he is a woman beater and should never be allowed to play football again are being absurd. Tyreek Hill beat and choked his pregnant girlfriend but Chiefs signed him anyways. Mixon knocked the hell out of a young woman with a devastating punch. Rice flat out uppercut his girlfriend knocking her out cold and then dragged her across the floor.....comparing what Hunt did to any of these is asinine.  

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49 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

i bet I could hire a cheap lawyer to plead that down to a misdemeanor, then to a "deferred judgement" (assuming that state allows DJs), and then 30 hours community service with the charge nullified after one year's good behavior.

And that would be with a cheap lawyer. Hunt has way way more money than I do.

Hunt will play again after serving a "reasonable" suspension (I'll guess 12 games). Why? Because what he did is absolutely nothing compared to what this monster did...

adrian-peterson-child-abuse-case-nfl-201

 

Did y'all know that AP STILL "disciplines" his son?

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/11/21/adrian-peterson-admits-he-still-hits-his-son-with-a-belt/

“I had to discipline my son and spank him the other day with a belt,” Peterson told Master Tesfatsion of Bleacher Report.

November 21, 2018

 

Do we all agree that Hunt hitting some woman is no where near as bad as AP hitting a small child? And this piece of manure is still in the NFL. So Hunt is a complete non-story... and is nothing more than the NFL attempting image control.

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No, I don't think everyone will agree with you. I don't condone either, but it's interesting that AP made it back into the league, but Ray Rice didn't. It's too many variables which makes it hard to come to a logical conclusion on how one made it back into the league and the other did not. 

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2 hours ago, LordOpie said:

i bet I could hire a cheap lawyer to plead that down to a misdemeanor, then to a "deferred judgement" (assuming that state allows DJs), and then 30 hours community service with the charge nullified after one year's good behavior.

And that would be with a cheap lawyer. Hunt has way way more money than I do.

Hunt will play again after serving a "reasonable" suspension (I'll guess 12 games). Why? Because what he did is absolutely nothing compared to what this monster did...

adrian-peterson-child-abuse-case-nfl-201

 

Did y'all know that AP STILL "disciplines" his son?

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/11/21/adrian-peterson-admits-he-still-hits-his-son-with-a-belt/

“I had to discipline my son and spank him the other day with a belt,” Peterson told Master Tesfatsion of Bleacher Report.

November 21, 2018

 

Do we all agree that Hunt hitting some woman is no where near as bad as AP hitting a small child? And this piece of manure is still in the NFL. So Hunt is a complete non-story... and is nothing more than the NFL attempting image control.

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Your right. Even if charged he wouldn't see a day of jail time. It's probably a misdemeanor 2. Probation & anger management. He'll be back in the NFL. It's just the fallout that comes with it.

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43 minutes ago, Shaft said:

 

No, I don't think everyone will agree with you. I don't condone either, but it's interesting that AP made it back into the league, but Ray Rice didn't. It's too many variables which makes it hard to come to a logical conclusion on how one made it back into the league and the other did not. 

There’s really only one variable that matters. No video of AP hitting his kid. Maybe a second variable - public reaction to AP returning to the league after his suspension. There was no uproar, so he was able to make it back.

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45 minutes ago, Shaft said:

 

No, I don't think everyone will agree with you. I don't condone either, but it's interesting that AP made it back into the league, but Ray Rice didn't. It's too many variables which makes it hard to come to a logical conclusion on how one made it back into the league and the other did not. 

 

Ray Rice was on the tail end of his career at the time and the AP incident was a personal matter on how he should or shouldn't discipline his kid. Didn't we all get it sooner or later? 

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3 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 Didn't we all get it sooner or later? 

wait, you people think the welts, bruises and cuts on that kid's body are borderline reasonable? That they might compare equally to an obnoxious woman who was trespassing (that's a crime when you're told to leave someplace that isn't yours)?

wow. I guess I'm alone here that child abuse is worse.

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Just now, LordOpie said:

wait, you people think the welts, bruises and cuts on that kid's body are borderline reasonable? That they might compare equally to an obnoxious woman who was trespassing (that's a crime when you're told to leave someplace that isn't yours)?

wow. I guess I'm alone here that child abuse is worse.

 

I was saying that toungue and cheek. Of course it is terrible. I would never condone hitting a child. Unfortunately it's very common down South to discipline your child with a switch. It's NOT right but that's the culture. Not usually to that extent. 

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ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio considers the Eagles a candidate to claim Kareem Hunt off waivers.

Hunt is facing a lengthy suspension under the Personal Conduct Policy, but his release from the Chiefs was trust-related after he lied to the team back in February. Unlike Ray Rice, Hunt's a cost controlled superstar in the prime of his career that's going to be cleared to play at some point. Signed through 2020, there's upside in stashing Hunt for teams that are willing to take the PR hit. Hunt has Ohio ties and was drafted by Browns GM John Dorsey in Kansas City. Washington, Baltimore, and Tampa are all running back needy teams that could also have interest.
 
 
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16 minutes ago, MTSuper7 said:

There’s really only one variable that matters. No video of AP hitting his kid. Maybe a second variable - public reaction to AP returning to the league after his suspension. There was no uproar, so he was able to make it back.

There were pictures and there was an uproar. I remember broadcasters shunning him.

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14 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 

Ray Rice was on the tail end of his career at the time and the AP incident was a personal matter on how he should or shouldn't discipline his kid. Didn't we all get it sooner or later? 

 

Ray Rice was only 26 and had an injury plagued season, it was not the tail end of a career.

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11 minutes ago, LordOpie said:
8 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 

I was saying that toungue and cheek. Of course it is terrible. I would never condone hitting a child. Unfortunately it's very common down South to discipline your child with a switch. It's NOT right but that's the culture. Not usually to that extent. 

wait, you people think the welts, bruises and cuts on that kid's body are borderline reasonable? That they might compare equally to an obnoxious woman who was trespassing (that's a crime when you're told to leave someplace that isn't yours)?

wow. I guess I'm alone here that child abuse is worse.

 

AP openly said he still spanks his children, and LC is correct in that it's culturally accepted in some parts of the country. I don't think it's fair to compare one situation with the next. AP got suspended for the year and teams were willing to give him a second chance. Time will tell if they will give Hunt a similar opportunity. 

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12 hours ago, Henry Muto said:

 

No I don't do this for a living this is a hobby though it really is a 2nd job during football season as I spent almost all my free time doing something for FF.

 

I work your standard 40 hour a week job actually just had  my 24 year anniversary there on Thursday.

 

I actually do more work then I need to I keep spreadsheets on all my rosters that ends up being 11 pages long I update with every waiver move and print out on Friday's to use when I am looking at my teams instead of the sites and then I write a check mark next to the player I want to start and if any guys are questionable I write their name in red so I can track them them while I am inputting the lineup on the real site.  What really takes me a lot of time is I put in all of mine and my opp lineups on another 12 spreadsheets that takes like 6 hours on Saturday then Sunday night I put in all the scores so on Monday I can print them out and know exactly how much ahead or behind I am in each league and who each team has left.

Are you sure you don't do it for a living??  I saw a 200K prize in there on one of your leagues!

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18 hours ago, League_Champion said:

 

I was saying that toungue and cheek. Of course it is terrible. I would never condone hitting a child. Unfortunately it's very common down South to discipline your child with a switch. It's NOT right but that's the culture. Not usually to that extent. 

Dog fighting is common in some places, that was a big part of the Vick story. People beat there wives in some areas, none of that makes it ok.

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18 hours ago, MTSuper7 said:

There’s really only one variable that matters. No video of AP hitting his kid. Maybe a second variable - public reaction to AP returning to the league after his suspension. There was no uproar, so he was able to make it back.

There might have been no video, but there was physical evidence... several injuries to a child. Pictures earlier in the thread. And AP admitting that he does beat his child.

I'm disgusted by anyone who sees abusing a defenseless child and an adult woman being barely pushed and barely kicked as the same level of horrible.

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9 hours ago, purplemonster said:

Are you sure you don't do it for a living??  I saw a 200K prize in there on one of your leagues!

Secondary income he has stated on a couple occasions that he has a regular job.

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2 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

There might have been no video, but there was physical evidence... several injuries to a child. Pictures earlier in the thread. And AP admitting that he does beat his child.

I'm disgusted by anyone who sees abusing a defenseless child and an adult woman being barely pushed and barely kicked as the same level of horrible.

 

Your right. But isn't the worst thing about all of this that the NFL doesn't care until it's out there? They knew about all of these incidents well prior to them being made public. If they weren't made public nothing would have happened. They are hypocrites.

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1 minute ago, League_Champion said:

 

Your right. But isn't the worst thing about all of this that the NFL doesn't care until it's out there? They knew about all of these incidents well prior to them being made public. If they weren't made public nothing would have happened. They are hypocrites.

amen. And apparently, Hunt wasn't released for "hitting" two people, but rather not being honest with KC. KC and NFL are all hypocrits.

 

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