Originally Posted by Andrew76021
To protect his client/friend/job? I'm sure you don't know, because you seem to know nothing regarding this issue, but Tags works for the law firm whose biggest client is the NFL and they are personal friends.
Still not a single answer to any question I have asked in any post regarding this topic. Your closest reponse is a question to a question.
You must be self employed.
At last someone with a real clue.
The Saints' season was destroyed for no reason. The NFL had no evidence of a "bounty". That's totally BS.
Sure they had an incentive program like all teams do for clean, legal, hits.
Not a "bounty" program to intentionally "hurt" opposing players. Pay for performance is not the same as pay for injure.
This whole fiasco was manufactured and blown way out of proportion by the *** wipe teet suckling media. Now the Saints have a reputation as being dirty and that's just not true. In fact their little incentive program didn't pay off if the hits were flagged or fined or were illegal.
But in the end the NFL still got what they wanted.
They created an "illusion" of false concern for player safety.
They prevented a Super Bowl contender from the potential of hosting their own Super Bowl.
Goodell can go to hell.