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 Raven Bernard Pollard sees NFL no longer existing in 20-30 years
 05-07-2012, 01:04 PMonline - #21
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Originally Posted by Fly 2ndComing
I agree with him if the emphasis is to keep guys alive when they are done playing and well into their 60s and 70s. My issue is with idiots who think you can prevent most of the post playing events from happening. Once again, these guys that end up playing in the NFL and for a long time will have played football for at least the last 25 years of their life. That means for at least 25 years they have run into or been run into at full speed that long which leads to what I call occupational hazards.

If you work around radioactive materials long enough you should expect effects from it, if you work in a dust blowing factory for twenty-thirty years you should expect some side effects from that, if you work in a field that is very loud for a long time you can expect to retire with severe hearing loss. So why is it that people expect guys who hit and get hit for a minimum of twenty years to come away from it scott free and able to lead a full healthy life?
good post
 05-07-2012, 03:31 PMaway - #23
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Originally Posted by keithbm1111
shut the fu*k up d!ck cheese
 05-07-2012, 03:40 PMonline - #24
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Originally Posted by d!ck Cheese
He's still bragging about losing Super Bowls That's almost as bad as the Jets fans bragging about losing in the AFC championship 2 years in a row. It's probably worse because we all know Jets fans are idiots.

Patriots have no titles in 8 years... yet you insist you've had more success than Baltimore in that time period You must be a LeBron fan or something with that logic. If you aren't WINNING then you aren't doing anything. And for the past 8 years the Patriots haven't done anything.
I'll slap the sh!t outta you.Go ahead and talk reckless again....I dare you
 05-07-2012, 03:46 PMaway - #25
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Originally Posted by Blkboipurp
I'll slap the sh!t outta you.Go ahead and talk reckless again....I dare you
 05-07-2012, 03:50 PMaway - #26
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Originally Posted by 0ddJoB
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 05-07-2012, 04:51 PMaway - #28
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too many people make too much money for the nfl to ever cease to exist
 05-07-2012, 04:54 PMaway - #29
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Game ain't goin nowhere, but 20-30 years from now they might be wearing flags
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Riiight....

Football isn't going anywhere.
 05-07-2012, 05:09 PMaway - #31
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Originally Posted by Fly 2ndComing
I agree with him if the emphasis is to keep guys alive when they are done playing and well into their 60s and 70s. My issue is with idiots who think you can prevent most of the post playing events from happening. Once again, these guys that end up playing in the NFL and for a long time will have played football for at least the last 25 years of their life. That means for at least 25 years they have run into or been run into at full speed that long which leads to what I call occupational hazards.

If you work around radioactive materials long enough you should expect effects from it, if you work in a dust blowing factory for twenty-thirty years you should expect some side effects from that, if you work in a field that is very loud for a long time you can expect to retire with severe hearing loss. So why is it that people expect guys who hit and get hit for a minimum of twenty years to come away from it scott free and able to lead a full healthy life?
...........single handedly the best post I've read or statement I've heard on the subject.perfectly put
 05-07-2012, 05:11 PMaway - #32
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Originally Posted by Oh Finesse
so u gonna act like I ain't see that chybo

we all know ain't no sense in talkin bad about the Pats
you caught me
 05-07-2012, 05:21 PMaway - #33
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im surprised a Pats fan hasnt attempted a hit on this dude yet
 05-07-2012, 06:12 PMaway - #34
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Originally Posted by Fly 2ndComing
I agree with him if the emphasis is to keep guys alive when they are done playing and well into their 60s and 70s. My issue is with idiots who think you can prevent most of the post playing events from happening. Once again, these guys that end up playing in the NFL and for a long time will have played football for at least the last 25 years of their life. That means for at least 25 years they have run into or been run into at full speed that long which leads to what I call occupational hazards.

If you work around radioactive materials long enough you should expect effects from it, if you work in a dust blowing factory for twenty-thirty years you should expect some side effects from that, if you work in a field that is very loud for a long time you can expect to retire with severe hearing loss. So why is it that people expect guys who hit and get hit for a minimum of twenty years to come away from it scott free and able to lead a full healthy life?
Exactly
 05-07-2012, 08:06 PMaway - #35
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Originally Posted by keithbm1111
good. retire. be the nex tplayer to commit suicide
cosign
 05-07-2012, 08:53 PMaway - #36
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The men who play theirs game are well compensated for their risk put on thier lives. Football will disappear when money disappears. The demographics of the NFL (the proverbial..come up) wouldn't miss out on the money machine. Most important the love of sport (Americas true pastime/fans) would never see it happen.

The NFL needs to be way more responsible about retired players young and old. But for the pagers of the game..respect is needed to be shown. Those men were not paid and have the true suffering. The new rules..helmets, and pads will all help to shadow the violence.

In that Gronk hit..I think pillars felt himself land on the ankle and tried to prevent rolling on his leg
 05-07-2012, 08:56 PMonline - #37
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God i hope thats not true, it would kinda defeat my whole purpose of going back to school (majoring in sports management)
 05-07-2012, 10:43 PMaway - #38
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interesting insight... it'll prolly be a lil' longer than that, but i hear what he saying...

if they ever prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that concussions and just repetitive head shots in general are causes of early onset dementia as well as depression that leads to suicide, things will indeed change... drastically..
 05-07-2012, 10:43 PMaway - #39
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this is crazy i go to school in bmore and im a pats fan sh*t was quiet on monday after butter fingers evans dropped that pass
 05-07-2012, 10:48 PMaway - #40
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Originally Posted by Daytona5000
this is crazy i go to school in bmore and im a pats fan sh*t was quiet on monday after butter fingers evans dropped that pass
the fu*k you expect... everyone to go out and celebrate a loss in the championship game? I'm sure it was quiet in your house after the Giants beat that bi*ch a.ss.
 

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