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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2015 10:56 pm
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HBF wrote: BuddyPSHayes wrote: Tim Tebow worked out for the Eagles today.

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I just read that in 16 career games, he had 17 passing TDs, 9 ints, 943 yards rushing and 12 rushing TDs.  
He can't play QB by the eye test but neither could Billy Kilmer and he did okay.  Tebow is, at the moment, a better success than Johnny Football or RG3.

Bingo.



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Hithouse_Mark2 wrote: How is Bowman coming along with his injury? Will he be ready to play at the start of the season? Niners aren't in too bad of shape in the LB corps if Bowman is ok, though Borland was and/or was going to be one hell of a player.
Bowman would have been activated last year if the Niners made the playoffs. They didn't so the Niners just shut him down. Niners are deep at LB...Bowman Aldon Smith, Ahmad Brooks, Aaron Lynch, Cory Lemonier, Michael Wilhoite, etc but you hate losing two tackling machines like Willis and Borland.



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Benlen wrote: It just gets better for the Niners.

Last years Rookie Linebacker( Chris Borland) and player who was expected to take over for the recently retired Patrick Willis decided to call it quits.
I hate the Niners punk kid owner and so hope that the whole thing blows up in his face.  The Borland thing is, I believe, karma.  Only way to explain the worst things happening to the absolute douchiest of them all.



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HBF wrote: Benlen wrote: It just gets better for the Niners.

Last years Rookie Linebacker( Chris Borland) and player who was expected to take over for the recently retired Patrick Willis decided to call it quits.
I hate the Niners punk kid owner and so hope that the whole thing blows up in his face.  The Borland thing is, I believe, karma.  Only way to explain the worst things happening to the absolute douchiest of them all.

Your premise completely fails when the douchiest of them all can simply leap over the car karma sent to run him down. 

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If he can refrain from beating up any more women then this is a big signing for the Cowboys.


from cbssports.com:

The Dallas Cowboys have signed Greg Hardy to a one-year, $11.3 million deal that could be worth up to just over $13 million, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Although Hardy could face a league suspension for violating the NFL's domestic conduct policy, the team said it agreed to terms with the former Carolina Panthers defensive end on Wednesday.

The team confirmed the deal Wednesday afternoon on Twitter. 




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Pro Football Talk was first to report the deal. 

An NFL spokesman told ESPN that Hardy's situation remains under review and that the league will have a resolution on his status as soon as possible.

Hardy and the Cowboys have had ongoing negotiations, and he stayed overnight in Dallas before his scheduled physical, which took place Wednesday morning.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had been pursuing Hardy as well, but they pulled out of the running Wednesday. 

"At the end of the day, we didn't feel good about it," general manager Jason Licht told the Tampa Bay Times. 

Hardy, 26, was a 2013 Pro Bowl selection after leading the Panthers with 15 sacks, tying a team single-season record.

Carolina placed the franchise tag on Hardy in February 2014, guaranteeing him $13.1 million for the season. On May 13, he was arrested and charged with assaulting and threatening to kill ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder.

A Mecklenburg (North Carolina) County judge found Hardy guilty on July 15. The verdict was set aside when Hardy requested a jury trial.

All charges were dropped on Feb. 9 because Holder refused to cooperate with the district attorney's office after receiving a financial settlement from Hardy.

Hardy was placed on the inactive list before the second game this past season and the commissioner's exempt list before the third game until his domestic violence case was resolved.

Although the charges were dropped, Hardy remains on the exempt list as the NFL conducts its own investigation into whether he violated the league's personal conduct code. He is eligible to sign with a team while he's on the exempt list.

There has been media speculation within the past week that Hardy could be suspended anywhere from one or two games to six. The league has the option of suspending him for more than six if officials feel there was enough evidence from his domestic violence case to warrant such a penalty.

The Panthers drafted the former Ole Miss standout in the sixth round in 2010. Hardy started 39 games between 2011 and 2013. He has 34 career sacks.



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Someone I follow from Dallas tweeted this out today when the Hardy signing was imminent:

"The Cowboys gone from shopping at the flea market to the pawn shop. There's quality merchandise at the pawn shop. But there's a reason it's there"

I thought he hit the nail on the head. No doubt Hardy will add a pass rush presence they didn't have last season, and the cap hit is minimal, but the guy is probably a total bag of shit as a person.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 19th, 2015 06:33 am
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ChrisOTL wrote: No doubt Hardy will add a pass rush presence they didn't have last season, and the cap hit is minimal, but the guy is probably a total bag of shit as a person.
To me this is another TO situation all over again. The Cowboys and their fans will likely be very happy with Greg Hardy's game day performance but it's the other 6 days every week that we will have to worry about.



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