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  • If only the Chargers had some of these:


    Gaze away Neuty Neuts!! Rotflmao BLAM BLAM
    :lombardi:2019 Adopt-A-Bronco: Dr. Dre'Mont Jones
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    • Originally posted by Houshmazode View Post
      If only the Chargers had some of these:


      Gaze away Neuty Neuts!! Rotflmao BLAM BLAM
      No wonder Barph doesn't want us using trophy smack.
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      • they do have an old rusty afl champion of six teams trophy
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        when do native Americans become human and not mascots

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        • Oh my, how the tables have turned. The Chargers management decided to air their dirty laundry. It's hilarious to me because Elway has been criticized here by Barph yet he failed to look back at his own worthless team and how badly they've handled the negotiations with their 1st round pick. It's especially ironic now that we've happily signed and moved forward with our guy, Von Miller. Yet the Chargers are looking like they're going to lose their pick to the draft next year. In another article it says the Chargers took a hard stance with negotiations with Bosa. Doesn't that sound similar to what was Baphs criticism of Elway. Only difference here is Elway got the deal done. Our best player is happy. Chargers look extremely foolish and once again a top draft pick wants out before he's even in.

          Statement from Bosa's Agent:

          It is unfortunate the San Diego Chargers have decided to manipulate facts and negotiate in the media. The team surely is not strengthening its relationship with Joey Bosa by taking this stance and making their position public.

          We have decided that we will not engage in public negotiations or discuss numbers and/or terms in this negotiation.

          We will say, that it is ironic that the team now takes issue with the timing of Joey’s arrival, since the Chargers unilaterally decided to remain silent for the first 14 days of training camp instead of replying in a timely fashion to the proposal we made on the eve of training camp on July 28th.

          At this point, all we can do is continue to fight for a fair contract on behalf of our client, as we do for all of our clients. The Chargers can focus on trying to sway public opinion, but our focus will remain on our client and securing a contract for him that is fair and consistent with his draft position.

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          • Originally posted by // / yardo View Post
            Oh my, how the tables have turned. The Chargers management decided to air their dirty laundry. It's hilarious to me because Elway has been criticized here by Barph yet he failed to look back at his own worthless team and how badly they've handled the negotiations with their 1st round pick. It's especially ironic now that we've happily signed and moved forward with our guy, Von Miller. Yet the Chargers are looking like they're going to lose their pick to the draft next year. In another article it says the Chargers took a hard stance with negotiations with Bosa. Doesn't that sound similar to what was Baphs criticism of Elway. Only difference here is Elway got the deal done. Our best player is happy. Chargers look extremely foolish and once again a top draft pick wants out before he's even in.

            Statement from Bosa's Agent:

            It is unfortunate the San Diego Chargers have decided to manipulate facts and negotiate in the media. The team surely is not strengthening its relationship with Joey Bosa by taking this stance and making their position public.

            We have decided that we will not engage in public negotiations or discuss numbers and/or terms in this negotiation.

            We will say, that it is ironic that the team now takes issue with the timing of Joey’s arrival, since the Chargers unilaterally decided to remain silent for the first 14 days of training camp instead of replying in a timely fashion to the proposal we made on the eve of training camp on July 28th.

            At this point, all we can do is continue to fight for a fair contract on behalf of our client, as we do for all of our clients. The Chargers can focus on trying to sway public opinion, but our focus will remain on our client and securing a contract for him that is fair and consistent with his draft position.
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