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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2019, 09:40:46 AM »
The man needs serious help. That was the most dumbest and profane thing I’ve ever seen during the playing of any sporting event. No need to even have him on a roster. His contract should be immediately terminated. He should have been arrested and detained on assault with a deadly weapon charges.


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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2019, 10:42:57 AM »
Mr Garrett said his emotions got the best of him but agree his actions should be dealt with. This kind of behavior is never acceptable on or off the field. :nono2:
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2019, 12:26:43 PM »
Reminds me of this crazy white boy that played in one game for West Montgomery High School.  On the first play from scrimmage he took kill the guy with the ball to new heights.

He made a crushing textbook form tackle.  Then he started hitting the guy while he was down.  Then he took his helmet off and went to town on the poor guy's head.   
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2019, 01:27:50 PM »
I agree the hit with the helmet was out of line and action should be taken.

On another note can we put Rudolph 4 interceptions a**  back on concussion protocol for the rest of the season because of that hit???? ::)
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2019, 03:02:06 PM »
I agree the hit with the helmet was out of line and action should be taken.

On another note can we put Rudolph 4 interceptions a**  back on concussion protocol for the rest of the season because of that hit???? ::)

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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2019, 05:55:12 PM »
So nobody is gonna talk about Rudolph (MAGA a** ) trying to remove Garretts helmet or the kick to Garretts nuts? We see the NFL is just ignoring Rudolphs #bushleague actions totally...It’s crazy how many people acting like that boy didn’t do nothin ... it’s literally on tap
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2019, 07:13:23 PM »
Juan Marichall hit a man on the head with a baseball bat and was bragging about it. The player had called him a "mother...w". "I am from the Dominican Republic, you don't call a man that where I am from." Well so is "Big Poppy". He was actually standing around smiling after the hit. As I recall, nothing was done about. I cannot stand the man to this day.

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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #8 on: November 15, 2019, 08:19:08 PM »
The man needs serious help. That was the most dumbest and profane thing I’ve ever seen during the playing of any sporting event. No need to even have him on a roster. His contract should be immediately terminated. He should have been arrested and detained on assault with a deadly weapon charges.

13 years ago during the world cup final, the most watched sporting event ON EARTH on the most popular SPORT on earth one of the best players, EVER, attacked another man in his last ever match ever played and was sent off leaving his team down a man for the rest of the match.

THIS was the most profane thing you have ever seen in a sporting event?

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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #9 on: November 16, 2019, 12:33:12 AM »
Roger Goodell has a different system for black players. Meanwhile, Big Ben was accused twice of improper behavior, and only received a four-game suspension.

Now, Myles Garrett should've never struck  Randolph with that helmet. But, he must live the consequences of his actions.


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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2019, 07:30:08 AM »
The man needs serious help. That was the most dumbest and profane thing I’ve ever seen during the playing of any sporting event. No need to even have him on a roster. His contract should be immediately terminated. He should have been arrested and detained on assault with a deadly weapon charges.

13 years ago during the world cup final, the most watched sporting event ON EARTH on the most popular SPORT on earth one of the best players, EVER, attacked another man in his last ever match ever played and was sent off leaving his team down a man for the rest of the match.

THIS was the most profane thing you have ever seen in a sporting event?

Young boy, please....let me type it slowly so your feeble mind can comprehend it......the key reference is when I said what I have seen.  Shutter to think we’ve seen different things in our much different lives. So, if you’ve seen something different, awesome.

You are one ignant, dumbassed mofo. You bitchassnigga....no wonder a real woman ain’t putting up with your retarded arse....go play with yourself....better yet...go fcuk yourself.....


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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #12 on: November 16, 2019, 07:54:38 AM »
The man needs serious help. That was the most dumbest and profane thing I’ve ever seen during the playing of any sporting event. No need to even have him on a roster. His contract should be immediately terminated. He should have been arrested and detained on assault with a deadly weapon charges.

13 years ago during the world cup final, the most watched sporting event ON EARTH on the most popular SPORT on earth one of the best players, EVER, attacked another man in his last ever match ever played and was sent off leaving his team down a man for the rest of the match.

THIS was the most profane thing you have ever seen in a sporting event?

Young boy, please....let me type it slowly so your feeble mind can comprehend it......the key reference is when I said what I have seen.  Shutter to think we’ve seen different things in our much different lives. So, if you’ve seen something different, awesome.

You are one ignant, dumbassed mofo. You bitchassnigga....no wonder a real woman ain’t putting up with your retarded arse....go play with yourself....better yet...go fcuk yourself.....
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #13 on: November 16, 2019, 08:37:21 AM »
I see two possible charges for Myles. Assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault.  What he did clearly crossed the boundaries of what is considered legal behavior.  He used that helmet as a weapon.  And he targeted and struck Rudolph in the head with it.  Question is: should his actions be condoned, excused or even tolerated?  I say no. 
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Re: Potential Legal Fallout From Myles Garrett’s Punch on Mason Rudolph
« Reply #14 on: November 16, 2019, 12:56:09 PM »
So nobody is gonna talk about Rudolph (MAGA a** ) trying to remove Garretts helmet or the kick to Garretts nuts? We see the NFL is just ignoring Rudolphs #bushleague actions totally...It’s crazy how many people acting like that boy didn’t do nothin ... it’s literally on tap
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Well,,,,,,,in all honesty, Rudolph no longer had the ball. So why is Garrett still tackling Rudolph and driving Rudolph into the turf? That would piss ANYBODY off. If it was me, I'm going to push, kick and hit ANYBODY off of me at that point. Hell, the game was over and the better team won. That was unnecessary.
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