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My wife heard something about Emmitt was seen removing his name from his locker because he wasn't coming back? Is that true?
I feel ya, it would be painful to see him in another uniform, hopefully he and Jerry can work out something on his contract and keep him here, he already said he is not retiring.TJ2001Cobra said:It really bugged me seeing Tony Dorsett leave and play for another team. I hope that he either quits or the cowboys offer him something to hang around.
exactly, used to be a huge mj fan, but now him retiring again just isnt a big deal to me...nitrofish said:Playing for another team would be shameful.
He should probably just call it quits if it comes to that. Jordan did it with the Wizards and now that he's retiring (again) nobody cares.
I'd hate to see Emmitt fall into that trap.
Boost Addict said:"A group headed by Johnnie Cochran Jr. and Cyrus Mehri said that wasn't enough."
Why the Hell should we care! Who invited these idiots to even state their opinion! Who are they to even think a group like this is necessary!
Accept that we are all Americans in this country...not black, not minority, not asian and not white....we are all Americans Damnit!
If you can't accept that...take your ass home to whatever mother country you feel your race is a majority of!!
Why don't Americans fight this kind of BS anymore?
Fuck them. They're the ones being racist. Fucking morons.Chris98GT said:NEW YORK (AP) -- The group promoting the hiring of black coaches by NFL teams says Dallas owner Jerry Jones violated the spirit of a new league policy by speaking to former Vikings head coach Dennis Green on the phone and not in person.
Jones, expected to fire head coach Dave Campo after the Cowboys' final game, met with Bill Parcells twice in the last two weeks.
Jones spoke with Green, believed to be a leading candidate for several of the vacancies that may come up.
A group headed by Johnnie Cochran Jr. and Cyrus Mehri said that wasn't enough.
"Simply talking to a minority candidate in a phone interview is not comparable to a several-hour, face-to-face meeting between candidate and owner," Mehri said Sunday.
All 32 NFL teams agreed this month to interview minority candidates when they have openings for a coach or key spots in the front office.