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  • Thank you so much for this. Using this on all my niner friends right now.
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  • Your title is misleading but I get what you did there...;)
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  • Not to mention Chris Culliver's dumb mouth.
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  • LOL. Better get your team in order there Jim. Those guys are totally out of control Jim...

    I wonder how the Whiner faithful are going to spin this as part of Jim being an awesome coach and the players being ultra competitive?

    Stupid Whiners. Watch out, your glass house is about to experience some stonage.....
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  • Hard not to notice this!
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  • Throwdown wrote:Hard not to notice this!


    I'm sure Pete has "definitely noticed it."

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  • Dude, Ahmad Brooks be "ROID RAGIN" is own teammate. Not really j/k but to attack his own teammate drunk or not just for looking out for him. Pathetic. Maybe Kaepernick and Ricardo Lockette need to teach their teammates lessons on bromance-ology.

    I wonder how San Fran Fans will spin this into positive, clean fun.
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  • This is an absolute outrage!!



    Where is the justice?
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  • bestfightstory wrote:This is an absolute outrage!!



    Where is the justice?


    So far not on the Ninnies forum.
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  • Of course, this will get swept under the rug. The media would never dare say anything about the precious 39ers.
    It's not even on the ESPN page OR the NFL.com page. Yet, one of our guys jokes about what they'd do to Hairball if he was a player, and it gets spun as our players "threatened" him???
    What a flippin joke
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  • The use of an empty glass alcoholic beverage container as a weapon to inflict bodily harm, should be considered to be in poor taste. There are far more appropriate ways to deal with conflict without resorting to such actions. A sharp knife is quieter, does more damage, and you don't get broken glass all over the place. :sarcasm_on:

    What I don't get, is why the guy that was trying to protect the interests of a drunken teammate would be punished for it.
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  • Surprising the rookies had the stones to tell the vet no when he asked for his keys.
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  • HoustonHawk82 wrote:The use of an empty glass alcoholic beverage container as a weapon to inflict bodily harm, should be considered to be in poor taste. There are far more appropriate ways to deal with conflict without resorting to such actions. A sharp knife is quieter, does more damage, and you don't get broken glass all over the place. :sarcasm_on:

    What I don't get, is why the guy that was trying to protect the interests of a drunken teammate would be punished for it.


    I dunno man, it has a old school type of feel to it, I like it.
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  • And Harbaugh's reaction?

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  • That never gets old...EVER!!!!
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  • Well, Brooks deserves to be punished. This is why I am never an advocate of talking crap. It will always come back to bite you in the ass. Brooks is a complete idiot for this action. He deserves what he gets.
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  • And here's Brooks #55 playing drunk...

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  • If you're a Niner player, go ahead and do whatever you want.
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  • You know you are too drunk to drive when you smash a guys face in for trying to keep you from driving
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  • Not what I was hoping for... :|

    ... I guess our Lemonier pick becomes significantly more important now. Smashing a beer bottle over a teammates head that's trying to stop you from drunk driving is really f*cking low.
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  • You won't get a double standard from me, his behavior was inappropriate and stupid.
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  • No doubt, the dude was trying to HELP this thug. WTH is wrong with these NFL players??? It's just getting out of control.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:No doubt, the dude was trying to HELP this thug. WTH is wrong with these NFL players??? It's just getting out of control.


    Agreed. I am tired of hearing about all these shenanigans from players across the league, Seahawks included. Granted, it's not like this is new behavior; it's just that now every single little thing is reported. It wasn't that way even 5-6 years ago. I blame Twitter. :)
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    SoulfishHawk wrote:No doubt, the dude was trying to HELP this thug. WTH is wrong with these NFL players??? It's just getting out of control.


    Agreed. I am tired of hearing about all these shenanigans from players across the league, Seahawks included. Granted, it's not like this is new behavior; it's just that now every single little thing is reported. It wasn't that way even 5-6 years ago. I blame Twitter. :)



    Agreed x2

    When Twitter first launched, I looked at that and thought "this is trouble" and that was in reference to the tech world. Then normal people got a hold of it and worse, sports figures.
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  • Divens did the right thing, no matter the risk to himself. Kudos to him from the family he spared from the potential heartache. Whenever you dare to courageously intervene... the nobility far outweighs the potential consequences - but, usually there's not time to weigh it out.

    As far as Brooks' actions... yup, that's alcohol impairing perhaps otherwise better judgment. He's responsible, though, no doubt. Or, rather, irresponsible.

    So... does this mean immediate dismissal from the team? Wasn't that the solution given for the previous player that did something? Or, was that a bunch of hogwash?
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  • Of course, no mention of it on ESPN yet.
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  • From the article: Then, higher ranking officials in the prosecutor’s office intervened. A debate has unfolded over the question of whether Brooks should be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor — or possibly not at all.

    So let me get this straight, if this was anyone else, felony charges would of been filed and processed accordingly, but because Brooks is part of the steller 49r LB core, we're going to discuss what impact this will have on the team then make a decision as to if formal charges will be pursued.

    Ok, I understand! :141847_bnono:
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  • What a flippen joke. Why would there be a debate for ANYONE? Oh wait, the 49ers player must be on the field.
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  • It should be a felony due to a beer bottle should be taken as a weapon. If it was you or I it would be a felony. No debate needed even for a member of the stellar 49ers LB core. Which for the record there has been many many nfl players that should have been charged with felonies that were not.
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  • rastahawk wrote:And here's Brooks #55 playing drunk...


    The soundtrack to that is priceless.
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  • dbsn2420 wrote:From the article: Then, higher ranking officials in the prosecutor’s office intervened. A debate has unfolded over the question of whether Brooks should be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor — or possibly not at all.

    So let me get this straight, if this was anyone else, felony charges would of been filed and processed accordingly, but because Brooks is part of the steller 49r LB core, we're going to discuss what impact this will have on the team then make a decision as to if formal charges will be pursued.

    Ok, I understand! :141847_bnono:


    Only thing I can think of is that it is due to the fact that Divens changed his mind about filing charges.

    I'm not a lawyer, but if there is no plaintiff then the case probably looks pretty weak.

    At least that's how it works on "Law and Order" all the time. ;)
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  • Damn.... There are very few reasons I could think of that would prompt me to beat on ANYONE with a bottle. That is some cold shit!

    Well, as we know... The offseason is long and these guys are basically kids inside the body of trained monsters. I'm actually quite surprised that Brooks wasn't also charged with being offsides while beating the victim. :)
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  • You're probably right but fact is he deserves some form of punishment.
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  • Per the report, Brooks yelled to Divens while striking him, “Do I need to get my [expletive] gun?”


    I wonder if he has any selfies with his [expletive] gun on his phone?
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    dbsn2420 wrote:From the article: Then, higher ranking officials in the prosecutor’s office intervened. A debate has unfolded over the question of whether Brooks should be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor — or possibly not at all.

    So let me get this straight, if this was anyone else, felony charges would of been filed and processed accordingly, but because Brooks is part of the steller 49r LB core, we're going to discuss what impact this will have on the team then make a decision as to if formal charges will be pursued.

    Ok, I understand! :141847_bnono:


    Only thing I can think of is that it is due to the fact that Divens changed his mind about filing charges.

    I'm not a lawyer, but if there is no plaintiff then the case probably looks pretty weak.

    At least that's how it works on "Law and Order" all the time. ;)


    According to NFL.com, the prosecutors were ready to move forward without Livens' help. They got a signed arrest warrant from the court, even after he backed out.

    Even without Divens' support, prosecutors submitted an application Thursday to Judge Sharon Chatman seeking an arrest warrant on a felony assault charge with great bodily injury. A judge signed the warrant, but a day later higher-ranking officials decided to put a hold on the case.
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  • I wonder how many Niners players have magically had charges dropped over the years???
    Not that it would ever be brought up thru the media. They're too busy dry humping the Niners.
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  • I think that's a fair question to be asked about players on a lot of teams in all college/professional sports..
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:I wonder how many Niners players have magically had charges dropped over the years???
    Not that it would ever be brought up thru the media. They're too busy dry humping the Niners.


    Feels like this wouldn't have even been reported had the "higher ups" been able to put a stop to it before the arrest warrant was applied for.
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  • I whacked someone over the head with a beer bottle once, but only because he was beating the life out of his brother in the midst of a serious meth rage.

    On the other hand, assaulting your teammate for trying to save your ass? Dude needs to stay away from the firewater.
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  • The Prosecutor knows that any more unforeseen roster hits to the local franchise would be devastating to the performance of the team. So he has adjusted the threshold of tolerance to ensure consistency on the defense, which was suspect nearing the end of the season.

    John Moffitt gets drunk, pisses in public, gets charged and has a suspended sentence with Niner fans ridiculing him for the event. Brooks BEATS THE SHIT out of another man's head with a bottle and the Prosecutor buries the case.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!! You go SF! Keep up the stellar work off the field and while you are at it Niner fans, make sure you complain about a few PED suspensions. GREAT stuff!
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  • Loaf, you can't be surprised, can you? Look at all the Bay-area corruption during the 49ers glory years. It's their "culture of winning" philosophy, as best I can tell. :)
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:Loaf, you can't be surprised, can you? Look at all the Bay-area corruption during the 49ers glory years. It's their "culture of winning" philosophy, as best I can tell. :)



    Actually, I really thought all that was behind them, but the 2 degrees of separation from Eddie D. puts it in a whole new perspective. Before it was just the manipulation of money, now they can include the manipulation of public officials. Seriously....
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  • Just heard that the DA's office revoked the arrest warrant. Go f'in figure.
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  • loaf what niner fan on this forum backed brooks? None and from reading niner sites no one is backing him there either. The man deserves prison plain and simple. And no one even brought PED's in this thread
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  • Funny just read an article yesterday about how teams have security people that try to make sure cases don't make it to court / dropped. Then an NFL spokesperson commented that it was not true and it was against league rule.......

    Yeah right.....
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  • rlkats wrote:loaf what niner fan on this forum backed brooks? None and from reading niner sites no one is backing him there either. The man deserves prison plain and simple. And no one even brought PED's in this thread


    My niner buddy did when I posted the article on his FB page...although he didn't support Brooks' action
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  • What ever niner fan that backs Brooks is a complete moron. Its assault no other way around it.
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