Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Alexander, Jul 24, 2017.
The drama zone is about to become our main forum.
What a joke.
Yes, that is punitive action.
The guy is little more than a scrub but because he's a Cowboy he gets lots of attention. Don't tell me the Cowboys don't get treated differently.
So he was arrested long enough ago that the court date for said arrest came and went and no one picked up on it?
The team has to be pissed that he did not report it as much as whatever it was he stole.
You're entitled to your opinion as I am mine.
What's was he stealing at 1am from a gas station?
Why does he owe a rapper named Boogotti Kasino money?
If boogotti had his dog, why wasn't he arrested for breaking into lucky'S house
As he should. You don't cut a top-10 player in this league for minor crap. Besides, Jason doesn't doesn't have the final say on who gets cut. Jerry does.
Stop being holier than thou.
Is there any reason not to believe Lucky? Not saying I do but he is really setting himself up for failure if he is lying about not knowing.
How can you respect the Cowboys front office if they don't let Lucky go...?
His career is over and I doubt he ever plays another down.
You know who must be thanking his lucky stars now? Ryan Switzer.
The guy gets hired by the best and most recognizable team in football.
He's slated to compete for punt return duties with Lucky, and now Lucky's likely not going to provide any competition at all.
He's going to be worked into the offense too. Beasley had better watch for hidden potholes. LOL!
I see your points.
But in reality, Lucky stood zero chance beating out Switzer. Lucky had his time here.
Average on returns, average on his jet sweep and fumbled a few times.
Why are we still talking about this??? Why is Lucky Fringehead still on the roster???
Cut this $&!
This is a gift from heaven for Garrett. He gets to make an example of a player who didn't figure into the plans anyway while simultaneously sending a message to the media as well as his own team that he's done putting up with the nonsense. Your next move doesn't get anymore obvious than this.
I always liked Phillip Tanner. I appreciate players that don't give you tired cliches.