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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
 Post Posted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:26 pm 
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No problem. We have Walter Thurmond to step in.


He has as good of chance as staying healthy as Marcus Trufant has of making the probowl team.

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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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Tech Worlds wrote:
No problem. We have Walter Thurmond to step in.

I'm sure this is sarcasm, but this mother effer needs to be healthy or suck it up. Hammy's are no joke, but if you want to prove to the FO that drafted you, that you can be dependable this is your shot dude. If not guarantee you'll be seeing guys at your position being drafted.


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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DOM! He's back!

The Hawks have been blessed this year in this regard. For the most part, they've had their starters on the field. This sucks, but its something every team has to reckon with. I have faith in the staffs ability to navigate this.


Yep. Time to suck it up. I am willing to bet no superbowl champion ever was injury free.

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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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This seriously does not suprise me...

Im not trying to produce the tin foil hat scenario... but the amount of time it took to pull out the suspension notices, and then have sherman appeal for so long, and now the hearing will be just before one of their largest televised national games. Whatever, if we cant win simply because we dont have Sherman, we dont deserve to win, one man does not make a team. Stevie was making him look silly last week anyways.

It's not just losing Sherm that hurts, it's Sherm, BB and Thurmond. Now your playing a Lane, Maxwell, Parker and Shead from the PS.

And on Stevie making him look ridiculous. He was getting burnt when he would have to go opposite of his normal side, which I've heard is a totally different technique. Not to make excuses for the guy, but there's a reason they didn't have him shadow receivers before.


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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DOM! He's back!

The Hawks have been blessed this year in this regard. For the most part, they've had their starters on the field. This sucks, but its something every team has to reckon with. I have faith in the staffs ability to navigate this.

This is 100% spot on! It's gut check time, fortunately we have #3 to lead the way.


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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Am I missing something here? Why would anyone be upset with the appeals process, NFL, or Goodell? Sherman is the one who blew it if he loses his appeal.

Thats typical of our society though. Everyone wants to blame someone instead of being accountable.


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some people cannot play with pain. when I was playing softball competitively, I played while needing a hip replacement, my son in law was a wonderfully gifted athlete, but any little tweak would throw him off his game.

btw I was referring to wtIII

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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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some people cannot play with pain. when I was playing softball competitively, I played while needing a hip replacement, my son in law was a wonderfully gifted athlete, but any little tweak would throw him off his game.

btw I was referring to wtIII


This is great on so many levels.


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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some people cannot play with pain. when I was playing softball competitively, I played while needing a hip replacement, my son in law was a wonderfully gifted athlete, but any little tweak would throw him off his game.

btw I was referring to wtIII

Yeah and it blows when you draft a guy like that.


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
 Post Posted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:04 pm 
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Espn is announcing that many people believe Sherman had a good shot of winning this. They said it on Monday Night Countdown. We need him!


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 Post subject: Re: Update on Richard Sherman appeal
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Schefter made a comment on the MNF pregame show about it that he's heard Sherman has "a pretty good case" so it's not a forgone conclusion that the suspension is upheld.

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