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Quote from: Spoolios on April 04, 2013, 10:08:36 PMQuote from: MUSCLE_HAMSTER on April 04, 2013, 07:28:37 PMexcept that it does.LOL, no it doesn't. If the Bucs had zero injuries last year, it would have no impact on the probability of them suffering injuries this year.It does in that guys who have had injuries are often more likely than those who haven't, to get injured again.
Quote from: MUSCLE_HAMSTER on April 04, 2013, 07:28:37 PMexcept that it does.LOL, no it doesn't. If the Bucs had zero injuries last year, it would have no impact on the probability of them suffering injuries this year.
except that it does.
Did the Buccaneers violate the NFL anti-tampering policy? by Gil Arcia April 4, 2013 The NFL takes it’s anti-tampering policy very serious. So serious that Greg Schiano fears to mention Darrelle Revis by his name to make sure he doesn’t get a letter from the league. Unfortunately, the Bucs may have violated the policy anyhow. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora was on 98.7 The Fan with Justin “The Commish” Pawloski when La Canfora revealed something very interesting when asked about a deal between the Bucs and the Jets for Darrelle Revis.Pawlowski: From the people you talked to Jason, how close did the deal come to coming to fruition when free agency began or at the owner’s meetings? Did it get that close where it could have happened?La Canfora: Both these teams have had plenty of communication, at least from the Bucs and Revis’ agent to get to a point where they’d be relatively comfortable with what the money would look like on the deal. Really it’s a matter of New York squeezing and feeling if they are getting value for him because they don’t want to look like fools for giving this guy (Revis) away.Where’s the violation? The part where the Bucs spoke to Revis’ agent.How so?Weeks back, in an article published right here on The Bay Cave, the league’s policy against tampering was detailed to where the Bucs players were unable to reach out to players under contract outside of Tampa Bay. It also included wording from the policy saying no club should be “involved in a private meeting or conversation with a player (or his representative) who is under contract.” Which is where La Canfora’s statements in the interview fall into play here.Per league documentation, the above clearly falls under a possible violation. Whether the league decides to pursue it further is another question. For now, the league has decided not to comment based off of the interview alone.Seems as if the longer this Darrelle Revis to the Bucs talk drags on, more and more bits of information is revealed that could potentially have a negative implication on the possible trade. Which will not be a good thing. link to this article: http://www.thebaycave.com/2013/04/04/did-the-buccaneers-violate-the-nfl-anti-tampering-policy/
Or this could be further evidence that a deal has been done for some time, and the teams are just waiting to announce it (and therefore the Bucs had the Jets permission to talk to Revis' agent).
.....more proof Baby Jesus is coming in the deal , lol.
I would hate getting Tebow. However if they throw in revis as well I'm all in.
Quote from: DEBUCSOWN on April 05, 2013, 08:13:20 AMI would hate getting Tebow. However if they throw in revis as well I'm all in.I want Revis as well, but hate wouldn't be a strong enough word for me if Tebow got traded here.
Quote from: mgchat76 on April 05, 2013, 01:14:53 AMOr this could be further evidence that a deal has been done for some time, and the teams are just waiting to announce it (and therefore the Bucs had the Jets permission to talk to Revis' agent).I agree as well. If the Jets are there or have given permission, I don't believe it's tampering.