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Tyreek Hill again...

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guys guys guys... it's all okay, as long as he's honest. It's okay to beat women and children, as long as you're open about it.

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2 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

guys guys guys... it's all okay, as long as he's honest. It's okay to beat women and children, as long as you're open about it.

 

clever.  a little.

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3 minutes ago, michaelredd9 said:

This could easily be a year long suspension.

 

 

If this story is true he's looking at serious jail time. The NFL would be the least of his worries.

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Just now, Dcat said:

 

clever.  

not really. It's more fact than anything else. AP admits to still beating his son. Hunt was *only* fired because he lied to the team.

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7 minutes ago, michaelredd9 said:

This could easily be a year long suspension.

 

 

at worst, incarceration.  Not Hill's first brush with domestic violence you know.

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2 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

not really. It's more fact than anything else. AP admits to still beating his son. Hunt was *only* fired because he lied to the team.

 

whatever.

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3 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

not really. It's more fact than anything else. AP admits to still beating his son. Hunt was *only* fired because he lied to the team.

 

I agree it's BS. But you know the routine. We don't get a vote on how they handle these situations. Go petition the league. I'll certainly sign it.

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2 minutes ago, Dcat said:

 

whatever.

what does that mean?

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1 minute ago, LordOpie said:

what does that mean?

 

it means I'm not letting you divert the discussion (at least my part of it) to further your agenda. k?

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3 minutes ago, Dcat said:

 

at worst, incarceration.  Not Hill's first brush with domestic violence you know.

 

He's looking at real jail time and possibly never playing again. Breaking a child's arm in a fit of rage is no joke. He's facing multiple charges if true.

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It will be interesting to see what the NFL and KC do if Hill is culpable here for that child's broken arm, especially since he will be a repeat offender.  WTF is wrong him?

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2 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 

He's looking at real jail time and possibly never playing again. Breaking a child's arm in a fit of rage is no joke. He's facing multiple charges if true.

 

Indeed.  I'm waiting for the facts.

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2 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 

But why are you telling us?? We agree, it's bad. Send the league an email.

how mgt acts is just as relevant as how players act. So, it's valuable to know which teams are way more tolerant than others. If Tyreek tells the truth, KC will stand behind him and welcome him back after suspension encouraing Mahomes to throw to HIll.

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Records obtained by @41actionnews show police have conducted two investigations involving Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill. A child abuse/neglect case was closed after prosecutors declined to file charges. A battery case remains open. Hill has not been charged.bit.ly/2Y9i8ee

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1 hour ago, LordOpie said:

how mgt acts is just as relevant as how players act. So, it's valuable to know which teams are way more tolerant than others. If Tyreek tells the truth, KC will stand behind him and welcome him back after suspension encouraing Mahomes to throw to HIll.

 

Man, you are so wrong here.

 

KC WILL cut him. Clark Hunt will not tolerate it.

 

As for Kareem Hunt, you can hang your hat and your shtick all you want on the lying thing, but neither you or I or anyone but the Chiefs and Kareem Hunt really know what went on between them behind closed doors. Pick apart a press release if you want - that's your personal crusade against verbiage. But enough of this crap about management styles and blah blah blah.

 

The Chiefs took appropriate action with Hunt and they will do the same with Hill.

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People crack me up when they generalize NFL players like they're all the same. On any given day, there are approximately 1,696 players on rosters and because of a few incidents a year the players are generalized to be "abusers, thugs, pimps, etc." 99.9% of the league appears to stay out of legal trouble, but people like to focus on that .1%. 

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I wonder how many of these guys where abused as kids, not excusing it, but i think alot of todays perpetrators where yesterday's victims.....

 

 Learned behavior 

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1 hour ago, millworkguy said:

I wonder how many of these guys where abused as kids, not excusing it, but i think alot of todays perpetrators where yesterday's victims.....

 

 Learned behavior 

 

I'm sure that has a lot to do with it. 

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6 hours ago, millworkguy said:

I wonder how many of these guys where abused as kids, not excusing it, but i think alot of todays perpetrators where yesterday's victims.....

 

 Learned behavior 

 

5 hours ago, League_Champion said:

 

I'm sure that has a lot to do with it. 

Just as many as non-NFL citizens.

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On 3/15/2019 at 6:18 PM, Shaft said:

People crack me up when they generalize NFL players like they're all the same. On any given day, there are approximately 1,696 players on rosters and because of a few incidents a year the players are generalized to be "abusers, thugs, pimps, etc." 99.9% of the league appears to stay out of legal trouble, but people like to focus on that .1%. 

Pretty sure I read an analysis that of men of a similar demographic it was something around 50% of the criminal or conviction rate.  Some of that may be due to their high earning status and ability to avoid charges though 

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