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  • #91
    Originally posted by nickmeyer View Post
    Stupid stupid stupid T.J. grow up.

    Severely annoying that every year we have this BS to deal with. And don't give me that "oh its in his nature, bla bla"

    Be aggresive on the field and civil in the public, 100's of thousands of military men and women do it everyday. Follow the rules T.J. you don't "own" the world it owns you.....
    Your saying our military doesn't go out get drunk, and fight when there out on the town ? Your dreaming dude? The media doesn't cover these incidents. I have two cousins one in the navy one in the army. They say guys go out looking for trouble.
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    • #92
      Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
      First of all show me where I said we should approve of his actions?
      You are using the bully everyone into agreeing with my holier than though opinion. If you quit smelling your own farts for a minute you will also notice I wrote he did something stupid. Last I checked Ward will pay for his stupidity 10 fold. Hes already dealing with legal issues, the media has blown up what he did._ How has he responded? He didn't run. He went to court hes dealing with it and hopefully learns his lesson. Im still a fan of the guy im not going to judge him over one incident.
      And maybe your not aware of nightclub staff, there no angels ive seen these people abuse there authority many times. This bartender took his drink and poured it out, then he reacted and tossed a glass at her in a way to annoy her not injure her, if that was his intent im sure he could have. Why didn't she have the bouncers kick him out, why did she grab his personal property and pour it out? Sounds like she didn't care about the incident until she new who he was. Sorry I dont feel sorry for the victim a strip club bartender.
      Keep preaching your no tolerance maybe Goodell can get you on his staff.
      FYI - your my boy Lynch we just don't agree on this one! You sound like a politician going the PC route, & I'm the dirty public defender. Hope you do take any offense to my comments.
      You've been hanging out in Smack too much, my friend! I'm not Baph!

      Look, I just call it the way I see it, I'm a straight shooter, and I didn't attack your character, only the content, so let's agree to disagree in that way. I wouldn't call you on this any differently if we were hanging out in person and watching a game and having a couple brewskies -doesn't mean we're not friends or allies. I saw the whole bit about Broncos fans being drunk and loving violence and cheerleaders as calling some of us out as being hypocritical and somehow justifying Ward's actions, and I dont think that's accurate or fair, so I said so.

      And now I see you defending him even more and blaming the bartender. I think we are interpreting the report of what happened differently. He brought booze in and got huffy because he was asked to get rid of it and refused to, and got violent. That's typical drunken belligerence and I've seen it a million times. I've also been to those strip clubs IN Denver (a buddy of mine was an asst manager at Shotgun Willie's, and I had a stack of passes in my wallet, plus I dated one of those minx's briefly, years ago) and I've seen firsthand what kind rough characters can come through there. I've known lots of bartenders who were pretty cool especially considering how some people turn into such jerks after a few drinks and their inhibitions go down. That's the main reason they have to keep bouncers in such places, to rein that stuff in.

      The bartender in question had nothing to gain here -there's nothing in it for her because she's not starting a civil suit.

      Now I'm not condemning Ward or coming at this like the Pope -God knows I made my share of mistakes when I was that age or younger, but I learned from them and I acknowledge them as mistakes, and this was a mistake on Ward's part -that's easy enough to see. Fans are vocal about it here because we just dont want him to jeopardize the team's season or his own career in any way, and incidents like this come too close to that for comfort. It scares me, so I hope this is it, because we need him on the field - badly!

      I think we agree far more than we diagree once you boil away the baloney. We both love the Broncos and want them to win and dominate, we both want stupid trolls to shut their traps after we beat their teams, and we both care about our important players and want them to have good lives, go out and have fun, but stay out of trouble...don't we?
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      • #93
        When if affects the team, it's no longer just about TJ Ward. If it's a distraction, or he ends up missing time in the field, the it's a problem for the Broncos. Time will tell. Otherwise, I don't care what people do on their own time.
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        • #94
          Originally posted by LynchMobster View Post
          You've been hanging out in smack too much my friend! I'm not Baph!

          Look, I just call it the way I see it, I'm a straight shooter, and I didn't attack your character, only the content. Let's agree to disagree in that way. I wouldn't call you on this any differently if we were hanging out in person and watching a game and having a couple brewskies -doesn't mean we're not friends or allies. I saw the whole bit about Broncos fans being drunk and loving violence and cheerleaders as calling some of us out as being hypocritical and somehow justifying Ward's actions, and I dont think that's accurate or fair, so I said so.

          And now I see you defending him even more and blaming the bartender. I think we are interpreting the report of what happened differently. He brought booze in and got huffy because he was asked to get rid of it and refused to, and got violent. That's typical drunken belligerence and I've seen it a million times. I've also been to those strip clubs IN Denver (a buddy of mine was an asst manager at Shotgun Willie's, and I had a stack of passes in my wallet, plus I dated one of those minx's briefly, years ago) and I've seen firsthand what kind rough characters can come through there. I've known lots of bartenders who were pretty cool especially considering how some people turn into such jerks after a few drinks and their inhibitions go down. That's the main reason they have to keep bouncers in such places, to rein that stuff in.

          The bartender in question had nothing to gain here -there's nothing in it for her because she's not starting a civil suit.

          Now I'm not condemning Ward or coming at this like the Pope -God knows I made my share of mistakes when I was that age or younger, but I learned from them and I acknowledge them as mistakes, and this was a mistake on Ward's part -that's easy enough to see. Fans are vocal about it here because we just dont want him to jeopardize the team's season or his own career in any way, and incidents like this come too close to that for comfort. It scares me, so I hope this is it, because we need him on the field - badly!

          I think we agree far more than we diagree once you boil away the baloney. We both love the Broncos and want them to win and dominate, we both want stupid trolls to shut their traps after we beat their teams, and we both care about the players and want them to have good lives, go out and have fun, but stay out of trouble.
          I know your being the grown up here and I no you want Ward just to stay out of the media and do what he was brought in to do.
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          • #95
            These guys are preached to probably on a daily basis that their lives are under the microscope with the media and the fans because of what they do for a living. What we ask is they actually listen and stay out of trouble.

            I could care less if they drink or go to the strip club but for goodness sake stay out of trouble. We all have to abide by rules and laws and I do not think it is too much to ask that these athletes do the same.
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            • #96
              Sad, almost got to add a category in modern day NFL: Legal News.

              Why somebody with everything a man could ever want risks it with these legal issues I will never understand.
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              • #97
                Originally posted by redneckrocker View Post
                Sad, almost got to add a category in modern day NFL: Legal News.

                Why somebody with everything a man could ever want risks it with these legal issues I will never understand.
                lets see.

                many of these kids never had two nickels to rub together. being a super athlete kept them from a life in crime or flipping burgers for a living.

                Many did not have two parents at home and even if the mother was strict many times she was working two jobs to keep the family fed and housed.

                many were in trouble without strong parents and if they were bigger than other kids tended to be on the bully side of growing up.

                So is it any wonder that these guys once they get a few bucks in their pockets, without MOM making sure they are doing their homework and are in bed at a decent hour, that they do something stupid?

                Many of us that work for a living and are living paycheck to paycheck with a family to feed KNOW we can't go get stupid.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by Houshmazode View Post
                  Well, the Broncos did want an attitude change on their D.
                  Hilarious!!! :thumb:

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                  • #99
                    As much as we want to think it should, money doesn't change a lot of people. Sneaking a drink into a club when you just signed for $23million is pretty stupid or cheap, but signing a big deal doesn't change the fact that you may not be the smartest guy on the field. If he hit the bartender with the glass, I think we'd have a different story, but let's just chalk it up to him being a jerk in this situation.

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                    • - Broncos want rookies dialed in on, off field -

                      "There is football. There is life. And then there is life in football.

                      And when the Denver Broncos look at this year’s rookie class, they see players like cornerback Bradley Roby, wide receiver Cody Latimer, tackle Michael Schofield and linebacker Lamin Barrow, players who are expected to contribute plenty to the 2014 season. The are potential starters on that list, or if the Broncos have good fortune, there could be others among the first-year players overall who earn their way on to the depth chart.

                      But to get those contributions on the field, those players will not only have to digest a far beefier playbook than ever before, but they will have to find a way to acclimate quickly to football as a job." ...

                      There is football. There is life. And then there is life in football.And when the Denver Broncos look at this year’s rookie class, they see players like cornerback Bradley Roby, wide receiver Cody Latimer, tackle Michael Schofield and linebacker Lamin Barrow, players who are expected to contribute plenty to the 2014 season.

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                      • - T.J. Ward says incident behind him -

                        "Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward, who was charged last week with misdemeanor assault and disturbing the peace at a Denver strip club earlier this month, said Wednesday the incident was "kind of blown out of proportion'' and that he's resolving the matter. ...

                        ...But for a team that had more than its share of off-field drama last season, an incident at a strip club involving a high-profile free-agent signee certainly got the attention of the Broncos' decision-makers. Ward said Wednesday he had discussed the matter with coach John Fox and executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway even before the incident became public.

                        "You just have to be more, I guess, aware of what you do in certain situations and times of the day,'' Ward said. "I've learned from that.''

                        Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward, who was formally charged last week with misdemeanor assault and disturbing the peace for an incident at a Denver strip club, said Wednesday to incident was "kind of blown out of proportion,'' and that he has resolved the

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                        • Originally posted by LynchMobster View Post
                          And Hillman.
                          Why he would just fumble and not fondle.

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