He has a lot more to lose in the long run, than in the short run in that situation. It's also a lot less likely, that his co-workers will not have any part of it and will monitor each other, whereas right now, I wouldn't be surprised if entire teams are in it and split a huge pot. They have all the incentive in the world to take it, and little not too. They have no guarantee of a job long term, and for some it's their one big chance to strike big and probably set up their wives, children, mothers, sick kids, etc....for life.
Last edited by Whichfan; 09-25-2012 at 08:22 PM.
How about Godells unsigned letter statement, what a joke, the owners care....about $$$$$$ thats it. Hes their front man
Brady had both hands on the ball when he was hit by Woodson and, thus, under the rule, he was not in the act of throwing. But that doesn't matter now anyway.
After Monday night’s Seahawks-Packers game, the last play of which a surprising number of people (of course, “one” would be a surprising number of people) believe was called correctly, multiple NFL owners were inclined to keep fighting the locked-out officials.
Judy Battista of the New York Times reports that Panthers owner Jerry Richardson and Jets owner Woody Johnson initially wanted to dig in. Others, like Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Giants co-owner John Mara, were concerned that damage was being done to the NFL.
read more... http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...night-debacle/