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  • champbaily
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    if clinton would put himself in front of the team and just be ****y selfish little **** let him go. he would have been a distraction to the team and hurt them more than help them.

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  • rcsodak
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    Originally posted by Booher
    good riddance.........crybaby portis

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  • Booher
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    good ridens .........crybaby portis

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  • neisha26
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    Originally posted by NOLABroncofan
    neisha26,

    I like CP and his abilities on the field and will be the first to admit it. I wasn't too happy about him not wanting to fufill his contract obligations though. Bottom line ( and I've seen this posted previously so it's not an original thought )....

    He signed on the dotted line and agreed to make "X amount" regardless of how well ( or horribly ) he played. Had he been the starter and gained a whopping 600 yds this past season, he'd be damn happy to stay with the team ( this year ) and collect the money stated on the contract. He chose to go reneg on his contractual obligations and seek another offer elsewhere. I'm not the least bit unhappy he's gone.

    All of the above is just mho and not fact.

    By the way.... who's gonna become your new "Hubby in training"?

    Nuff said...
    okay if it was posted before i 'm still gonna say what's on my mind. who said that once one person think of something another one won't? anyway if you read the post i have left you will see that i am pissed to but hay things happen and like i said before MONEY TALK & BULL $HIT WALKS NOW LIKE I SAID BEFORE I STILL LIKE HIM BUT I THINK HE LOOKS BETTER IN BLUE NOT NO OTHER COLOR. NOW I SAID ENOUGH HOW U LIKE THAT PLAY BOY. And 4 the record clinton is still gonna be my husband and i rest my case.

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  • CalBroncoFan
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    I liked CPO then and I still like him now. I will miss him!

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  • NOLABroncofan
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    neisha26,

    I like CP and his abilities on the field and will be the first to admit it. I wasn't too happy about him not wanting to fufill his contract obligations though. Bottom line ( and I've seen this posted previously so it's not an original thought )....

    He signed on the dotted line and agreed to make "X amount" regardless of how well ( or horribly ) he played. Had he been the starter and gained a whopping 600 yds this past season, he'd be damn happy to stay with the team ( this year ) and collect the money stated on the contract. He chose to go reneg on his contractual obligations and seek another offer elsewhere. I'm not the least bit unhappy he's gone.

    All of the above is just mho and not fact.

    By the way.... who's gonna become your new "Hubby in training"?

    Nuff said...

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  • orangenblue420
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    Re: Re: Re: what i have noticed

    Originally posted by Derock
    I believe his heart was in Denver. Problem was Denver's heart wasn't in him. Denver lost a great back because they didn't want to pay him.
    Dude did you not read my post - the Broncos were going to re-negotiate his contract - he was going to refuse ANY contract that didnt make him the highest paid RB in the NFL (that shows me CP's heart lies in his wallet) and the Broncos/Bowlen have a thing about players going PUBLIC about contract re-negotiations more than anything - and if you played for Denver for two years Im sure you would know that - this was CP's deal more than anything - you cant blame the Broncos org for letting him go - it is still a business regardless of what we fans like to think

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  • neisha26
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: what i have noticed

    Originally posted by Booher
    yea life on 400000 a year is soooooooooooo tough..........give me a break
    booher i see u haven't changed since i left i see you are still being a pain in the behind. no 300,000 is not enough of money in football. like i said before if you 're gonna play football you wanna make sure that you are straight and that lil chump change after a good car that money is gone. he is worth more money than that and denver knew it .they were trying to pimp that why it is called business and a game because you don't win all the time. i don't like the way he ran his mouth and so forth but hay like i said in another thread money talks and the bull $hit walks. maybe you can live off of 300,000 as a football player doesn't mean everyone can. that is no money you have players that ride the benches get paid more than that. and why am i fussing with you about his money me nor you are gonna see none of it any damn way.

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  • rcsodak
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    Originally posted by portisistheman
    Horsesh*t.

    Denver, and EVERY SINGLE OTHER TEAM OUT THERE, re-negotiate contracts at will.

    Specifically, to suit their own interests.
    Blood pressure, PITM!! Remember, blood pressure!!!

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  • neisha26
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    Re: Re: Re: niesha where have you been?

    Originally posted by cheapseats
    You will have to ask Portistheman about that one...
    i guess so and why do i have to ask portis the man about that one. lst time i checked hell you can look as long as you don't touch. he he hah ha ha ha ha ha

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  • neisha26
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    Re: to much info

    Originally posted by bklynbronco
    hey how you watch football and how i watch are two different thingsLOL. niesha your thinking out loud again.lol
    i am sorry i got a lil carried away i forgot that u are a boy my bad boo.

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  • mattos
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: what i have noticed

    Originally posted by portisistheman
    Horsesh*t.

    Denver, and EVERY SINGLE OTHER TEAM OUT THERE, re-negotiate contracts at will.

    Specifically, to suit their own interests.
    hey i'm just going on what bowlen said.

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  • portisistheman
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    Originally posted by mattos
    except denver has a policy against it.

    Horsesh*t.

    Denver, and EVERY SINGLE OTHER TEAM OUT THERE, re-negotiate contracts at will.

    Specifically, to suit their own interests.

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  • mattos
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    Originally posted by Derock
    You are aware that contracts can be renegotiated and rewritten? As a matter of fact, it happens pretty often.
    except denver has a policy against it. wilson stuck w/ his rookie contract and was rewarded w/ a big one.

    players should stick w/ their contracts just like teams have to. if portis starts playing badly (which i doubt, but just for arguments sake) i bet he would not be happy about washington wanting to renegotiate to pay him what he is worth.

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  • cprender8
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: what i have noticed

    Originally posted by Derock
    My friend if you didn't understand my last post, trying to reason with you is wasted. You are aware that contracts can be renegotiated and rewritten? As a matter of fact, it happens pretty often.
    Obviously not in Denver's system.... atleast not before the last year on your contract, Portis "violated" this well known rule, and so he was shipped to Washington.... bad descision on his part!

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