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#15 : May 21, 2009, 02:52:47 PM

I'll miss you Jon Gruden. And so will your haters after this season.

Who's kidding who? Your last statement pretty much sums up the agenda behind your original post.

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#16 : May 21, 2009, 02:55:39 PM

I mean there's no respect or fear of the guy from what's being read and what I hear on the radio.  Fights, no shows.....He's kind of like your best friend being your boss, it just isn’t going to work. Do you agree?

I'd have to agree with this...this is what happens when you give the keys of a franchise to a young kid who is just happy to be a head coach.


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#17 : May 21, 2009, 02:59:31 PM

hey, I'm just repeating what I hear on the radio and from the professional media.  They think he's not controlling the team the way he should.  So why you on me?  

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#18 : May 21, 2009, 03:02:01 PM

I mean there's no respect or fear of the guy from what's being read and what I hear on the radio.  Fights, no shows.....He's kind of like your best friend being your boss, it just isn�t going to work. Do you agree?

No disrespect but you sound jaded that the previous HC was let go.



In fairness to him, the previous HC hasn't yet lost the locker room for the team he is coaching in 2009. 

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#19 : May 21, 2009, 03:03:18 PM

The answer to the original question is: yes, it is possible.

If the source of the question is local radio, it isn't probable.

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#20 : May 21, 2009, 03:04:55 PM

hey, I'm just repeating what I hear on the radio and from the professional media. �They think he's not controlling the team the way he should. �So why you on me? �

Those guys are just trying to spark up conversation. The best way to do that is to state that something negative is happening. The way humans respond to that is to want to fix it or voice their opinion about it. It gets ratings thats for sure.



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#21 : May 21, 2009, 03:22:51 PM

Kinda like when Java posts anything ... lately.  :)

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#22 : May 21, 2009, 03:27:08 PM

were there any no shows at voluntary OTA's last year?  were there any fights at practice last year?

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#23 : May 21, 2009, 03:29:39 PM

Based on yesterday's events I would have to say 'Rah is in danger of losing the team!  Say what you want about this stuff happens all the time but it simply DOES NOT occur in OTA's!  Like I've been stating, we will find out how 'Rah will handle situations and he needs to penalize talib for his childish actions!  Were fighting at 0-0, wonder whats going to happen if were 2-5, 1-6 to start the season...

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#24 : May 21, 2009, 03:41:30 PM

were there any no shows at voluntary OTA's last year? were there any fights at practice last year?

Be honest, do you think K2 would have missed any OTAs if Gruden was here?  honest.

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#25 : May 21, 2009, 03:55:36 PM

Be honest, do you think K2 would have missed any OTAs if Gruden was here?  honest.

there are a lot of factors.   but sure, i do think he probably would have.  graham doesnt come, others choose not to come, so i doubt KW2 would come.  after that its all a guessing game. 

are you thinking that KW2 would show on his own accord, or would gruden insist that KW2 show to a voluntary workout? 

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#26 : May 21, 2009, 04:03:03 PM

I mean there's no respect or fear of the guy from what's being read and what I hear on the radio. Fights, no shows.....He's kind of like your best friend being your boss, it just isn’t going to work. Do you agree?

Im sorry but this is an absolutely RIDICULOUS post at this point in time.. They are in what? Their second OTA (voluntary) and you are coming up with this silliness?? Get a grip man.


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#27 : May 21, 2009, 04:36:59 PM

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The amount of foolishness posted on this board as of late is beyond ridiculous

it has been looney here for a few months, so much not even worth commenting on

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#28 : May 21, 2009, 07:54:58 PM

really?


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#29 : May 22, 2009, 01:33:33 AM

that was to say he had the locker room in the first place....

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