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2 hours ago, Le Tigre said:

Thank you, Mr. Mayock, for setting down the rules of engagement. What the literal fuck? 

Bryant is borderline delusional. Mayock has nothing to do with anything. Next thing you know Bryant will show up covered in stickem ala Fred Biletnikoff. 

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Thanks for quoting a deleted post, but if you insist:

 

the point had nothing to do with AB, but about some squawking head quoting some other squawking head, and commanding that AB get over it, or quit. Now, think about that and see the media laying down rules of engagement for all to follow? 

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13 minutes ago, Le Tigre said:

Thanks for quoting a deleted post, but if you insist:

 

the point had nothing to do with AB, but about some squawking head quoting some other squawking head, and commanding that AB get over it, or quit. Now, think about that and see the media laying down rules of engagement for all to follow? 

Well he should get over it or quit.  Nobody is setting down rules of engagement, either he wears a NOCSAE certified helmet or he can’t play.  

 

You act like white supremicist were plotting 5 years ago to get Antonio Brown knowing he refuse to switch helmets.  The media should treat the guy who threw furniture out of a 10 story building into the pool area like the child he is.  But hey, is you are now a Bryant fan I can understand your angst. 

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Brown could well file another grievance over not getting a year to switch to an approved helmet. The NFL told him last week if he found an example of the helmet he wanted to wear that was less than 10 years old, he could wear it. Then after he found such an item, they rushed it to testing to disqualify it. But last year they let people wear helmets that had already been disqualified (unlike Brown's helmet). 

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1 hour ago, SF2 said:

Well he should get over it or quit.  Nobody is setting down rules of engagement, either he wears a NOCSAE certified helmet or he can’t play.  

 

You act like white supremicist were plotting 5 years ago to get Antonio Brown knowing he refuse to switch helmets.  The media should treat the guy who threw furniture out of a 10 story building into the pool area like the child he is.  But hey, is you are now a Bryant fan I can understand your angst. 

Once again, avoiding the entire point--but do make sure to add non-sequiturs and pejoratives along the way. 

 

Is or is not (alleged) journalist Mike Mayock...via another (alleged) journalist...instructing the target (AB) to follow along with the program, or quit? Simple question.      

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2 hours ago, SF2 said:

Well he should get over it or quit.  Nobody is setting down rules of engagement, either he wears a NOCSAE certified helmet or he can’t play.  

 

You act like white supremicist were plotting 5 years ago to get Antonio Brown knowing he refuse to switch helmets.  The media should treat the guy who threw furniture out of a 10 story building into the pool area like the child he is.  But hey, is you are now a Bryant fan I can understand your angst. 

This article about the furniture tossing from the window shows how out of control this guy is....he comes off like a coke head...

 

https://www.pennlive.com/Stealers/2018/10/antonio_brown_furniture_lawsuit.html

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2 hours ago, sparky151 said:

Brown could well file another grievance over not getting a year to switch to an approved helmet. The NFL told him last week if he found an example of the helmet he wanted to wear that was less than 10 years old, he could wear it. Then after he found such an item, they rushed it to testing to disqualify it. But last year they let people wear helmets that had already been disqualified (unlike Brown's helmet). 

And this year everyone has to wear APPROVED helmets to include Drew Brees and Tom Brady who had to switch.  32 guys got waivers last year, this year NOBODY is getting a waiver to include the two best QBs in the league.  Neither Brees or Brady were happy but they understand why and switched without acting like a baby.   Hell, Brady won 4 Super Bowls wearing his old helmet.  

Everyone knew last year whether or not their helmet would be legal this year to include Antonio Brown.   Even the company that made the helmet, Schutt, said "The AiR Advantage had lived out its useful life as a product and was discontinued when something better was developed.”  

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2 hours ago, Le Tigre said:

Once again, avoiding the entire point--but do make sure to add non-sequiturs and pejoratives along the way. 

 

Is or is not (alleged) journalist Mike Mayock...via another (alleged) journalist...instructing the target (AB) to follow along with the program, or quit? Simple question.      

Mayock is the team's GM, not some squawking head running his mouth.

The GM is letting his adolescent WR know that he either needs to shit or get off the pot...how in the world is there something wrong with that??

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7 minutes ago, spicoli said:

Mayock is the team's GM, not some squawking head running his mouth.

The GM is letting his adolescent WR know that he either needs to shit or get off the pot...how in the world is there something wrong with that??

I think what is really going on is Brown started working with Derek Carr and realized he might get killed trying to catch one of his shitty passes.  Once he saw Burfict, he started having flashbacks and couldn't sleep at night.   

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1 hour ago, spicoli said:

Mayock is the team's GM, not some squawking head running his mouth.

The GM is letting his adolescent WR know that he either needs to shit or get off the pot...how in the world is there something wrong with that??

Mayock plays a GM on TV then..:YouDontSay-min:

 

He'll always be a squawking head, just like those who quote him. I am not sticking up for LegoHead--if it is that big of a deal, just have him sign a waiver of liability against the Raiders, NFL, and beings from the outer galaxies. Simple stuff 

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3 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

Drugs or mood swings from CTE.  I'd believe either or both.

Maybe he needs better protection when he's on the field of play, something that will protect him from concussions........

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1 hour ago, PatternMaster said:

Maybe he needs better protection when he's on the field of play, something that will protect him from concussions........

 

He doesn't play for Pittsburgh anymore, that's a start

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1 hour ago, oldschooler said:

 

 

5 years, $137 mil, $74 mil guaranteed.  The guy has attempted 361 passes in 5 years and has 17 TD passes. 

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6 hours ago, High School Harry said:

JINX!!!

 

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Even thought you said Jinx, I should put your ass in timeout a day for pasting this atrocity on site!!!

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My Browns hate level is quickly rising up towards stealer levels. God I hope they end up sucking and all this hype was for nothing. That'd be pretty damn satisfying even if our own season doesn't bode well.

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2 hours ago, Griever said:

My Browns hate level is quickly rising up towards stealer levels. God I hope they end up sucking and all this hype was for nothing. That'd be pretty damn satisfying even if our own season doesn't bode well.

Absolutely this 

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Braxton Miller starred at Ohio State while in college and now he’s back in the state as he tries to continue his NFL career.

The Browns announced on Wednesday that they have signed Miller to their 90-man roster. Tight end Mik'Quan Deane was waived with a non-football illness designation in a corresponding move.

Miller moved from quarterback to wide receiver while at Ohio State and a was a 2016 third-round pick by the Texans. He caught 34 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns before being waived ahead of the 2018 season. Miller landed on the Eagles practice squad, but was cut in Philly when quarterback Josh McCown signed over the weekend.

The Browns are set with Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham at the top of the wide receiver depth chart. Rashard Higgins, Jaelen Strong, Derrick Willies, D.J. Montgomery, Damon Sheehy-Giuseppi and Damion Ratley are looking for roles behind them while Antonio Callaway prepares to serve a four-game suspension to open the season.

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