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Zero2Cool
2021-10-13T04:55:22Z
Sherman didn't touch anyone. He hit a door. That's what I remember. Don't even know if the charges stuck or were dropped. So confusing. Hate we even hear about charges cuz they are trumped up every time and pled down. I know first hand. I had three felony charges and immediately was dropped to 4th misdemeanor. Fuck you nosy assholes who feel it's your right to know this criminal shit. Go play Tetris.
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2021-10-13T04:55:36Z
Oh and screw Jon Gruden. He sucked on ESPN.
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dyeah_gb
2021-10-13T15:22:37Z
Gruden was an overpayed mediocre coach for the Raiders. The real story here though is some faceless chickenshit weasel that searched through emails to find dirt and then released that information to the public.

Woodson had the right message on this issue IMO
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Mucky Tundra
2021-10-13T20:18:20Z
Originally Posted by: dyeah_gb 

Gruden was an overpayed mediocre coach for the Raiders. The real story here though is some faceless chickenshit weasel that searched through emails to find dirt and then released that information to the public.

Woodson had the right message on this issue IMO



This is something I didn't realize until I was looking at other football message boards and that all this was found from an investigation into the WFT and their never-ending fuckups. The NFL threw Gruden under a bus to cover up other, bigger problems from the WFT because Snyder probably has some dirt on the owners while Gruden doesn't.
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2021-10-13T21:07:52Z
Three thoughts

1. I have no problem with canning Gruden, other than the hypocrisy is oozing from the NFL.
  • Deshawn Watson, accused of sexually assaulting 24 women, continues to draw from his $177 million salary.
  • Every rapper the NFL has performing at the Super Bowl has more offensive lyrics than Jon Gruden had in his emails
Make no mistake about it, the anti-Goodell comments are the impetus...without those, we never would have heard a word of it.

2. Earthquake made the best point of the entire thread, the arrogance and stupidity of people putting this stuff in emails or any other electronic record is mind-bogging.

3. WFT is/was troubled in many ways per NYP
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Washington cheerleaders furious over topless photo leak in Jon Gruden scandal
By Jenna Lemoncelli
October 13, 2021 3:32pm Updated

Former WFT cheerleaders are calling on the NFL to release the full results of its investigation into the team’s workplace culture — following allegations that inappropriate photos of squad members were secretly distributed by coaches via email.

The alleged photos were discovered in emails reported by the New York Times Monday, which exposed Raiders head coach Jon Gruden for using racist, homophobic and misogynistic language. Gruden resigned from his position Monday.

According to WFT cheerleaders, who spoke with the Daily Beast Tuesday, emails showing images of topless cheerleaders from a past swimsuit photoshoot video were allegedly passed around by Gruden to then-WFT general manager Bruce Allen.

Gruden, at the time, was a color commentator for ESPN, and Allen had hired Gruden’s brother Jay to coach the team.

In the 10-minute video, first reported by the Washington Post in 2020, WFT staffers were allegedly instructed to take behind-the-scenes content at the swimsuit photoshoot, to package and create a video featuring only “the good bits” — reportedly of bare nipples and pubic areas while cheerleaders were changing clothes or moving around. According to the outlet, the video was shared with WFT team owner Daniel Snyder, who later denied the allegations.


At the time, a number of cheerleaders came forward with complaints of inappropriate behavior — and hit the franchise with lawsuits alleging a secret, uncensored video taken at a cheerleader photoshoot was distributed to team executives. The lawsuits were settled out of court.

The NFL’s investigation into the WFT’s culture and workplace initially concluded in July, resulting in a $10 million fine against the team. It was reopened this summer to review some of the 650,000 emails involved in the review — and that’s when the images came to light as part of the accusation that took down Gruden.

Melanie Coburn, a four-year WFT cheerleader and the squad’s marketing director for 10 years, created a petition Friday, aimed at the NFL and WFT to “do the right thing for women” and “make Washington’s sexual misconduct investigation public.”

“It’s despicable, really, to see that there is more evidence of exploitation and violation of these cheerleaders who I worked very closely with,” Coburn told the Daily Beast, adding, “I know that there’s a lot more where these emails came from.”

On Tuesday, attorneys for 40 former WFT employees released a statement, calling for the NFL to release the full findings of its investigation.

Candass Correll, a WFT cheerleader from 2016 until 2021, told the Daily Beast that cheerleaders still have not seen the investigation report or its results despite being “the actual victims” of the situation.

“If it wasn’t for [the New York Times article,] we would’ve never known that those pictures were going through the mail servers between these two really important people in the NFL,” she said.

Lacy Thibodeaux-Fields, a former cheerleader for the Raiders, said the latest email scandal involving Gruden was further evidence of a “misogynistic, racist, very sexist culture.”

She too called for the release of the full investigation report.





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beast
2021-10-13T22:29:07Z
Originally Posted by: KRK 


3. WFT is/was troubled in many ways per NYP


I agree, and the scary part is based on the NFL's actions... this might be a lot bigger than WFT...

I mean, think about this, your report there says Gruden (whom doesn't work for the team) sent it to the team President...

Um, why does a guy outside the team have something before the head boss does? Unless it was his brother that sent it to him...

But still, we haven't seen a coverup like this since Spygate... which Goodell tried to secretly bury... and when caught... he did what he had to do out publicly.

Here, they're trying to bury it, and they're not even be secret about it... and while the Gruden stuff got out, they're not acting like they caught, so I'm thinking there is a mega huge secret we still don't know about!

And while I 100% thought Goodell was leaking the Gruden stuff, to get payback at Gruden... especially with how PFT out it, the NFL was basically non-reactive publicly to the Gruden stuff, which suggested either they did it, or they're alright with it, or the person that did it, has even more secrets and NFL is trying to play nice with them or cover that up.

But while Goodell is quite stupid with football (as he always puts business over football), he's not (normally) stupid with PR. And any leak, even payback leak just opens this story up, and makes people want to know more... which Goodell would know that.


I'm thinking... either

  1. Gruden is just a small fish for Goodell and he's actually going after some one bigger like the Redskins owner...

  2. That his isn't Goodell leaking this, but someone that works/worked for the NFL, and they're leaking it, and the NFL is in panic mode trying to cover up something that is bigger... while that mystery person is chummy the waters trying to get the media sharks to come feed and get the bigger story.

    Remember, Goodell tried to cover up for Spy Gate and someone leaked that... that when the NFL switched their stance on social justice that was partly after someone in the NFL media secretly worked worked with players to make a video and leaked it and the NFL got behind that... so it's not like the NFL hasn't had a ton of leaks on senative issues.

    I don't think Goodell would chum the waters of this story just to get back at Gruden...

    But others would... and remember this first broke when voting for the NFLPA President... the timing almost helped him, would that be Goodell or maybe a former player that now works for the NFL?


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Zero2Cool
2021-10-13T23:30:05Z
Part of me kind of hopes the greedy as hell NFL burns down. Healthy dose of humble pie for the eager greedy punks.
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beast
2021-10-14T00:59:38Z
This is why I don't think Goodell would of leaked this on purpose to go after Gruden, and either it was a larger target or not Goodell...

As Goodell darn well should of known this was a possible follow up to those leak and put him and the owners in an absolutely horrible position if their sponsor back the people.

So either they're going after the teams owner or was someone else... I'm thinking it was someone else, that didn't like what Gruden said and maybe wanted to help the Union President and/or go after Gruden.

To get WFT emails, pressure is being placed on NFL sponsors

Last year, pressure from sponsors prompted Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder to abandon his all-caps NEVER refusal to change the team name. Now, sponsors of the league are being asked to pressure the NFL to release the emails obtained through the recent workplace investigation.

A letter from various former employees of the organization to the chief executives of Verizon, Anheuser-Busch, Amazon, Pepsi, Nike, and Proctor & Gamble urges these companies to demand that the NFL reveal the results of an investigation into “one of the biggest scandals of the #MeToo era.”

The letter specifically cites the recent resignation of Raiders coach Jon Gruden, fueled by the release of selected emails from the WFT investigation, as the basis for releasing more of the documents, specifically as it relates to Snyder.

“We do not understand why the NFL seems intent on protecting Dan Snyder and the WFT at all costs,” the letter explains.

“That is why we call on you,” the letter continues. “While the NFL has refused to heed the calls for transparency and accountability from former WFT employees, advocacy groups, lawyers, or the media, it will have to heed such a call from its corporate sponsors. If the League has shown us anything, it is that money, and only money, talks.”

Indeed it does. And if the sponsors become motivated to speak out — as they should — that could break the dam at a time when nothing else will.


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2021-10-14T02:11:04Z
The thing that irritates me most is they couldn't wait a week or two before having this blow up. The team more or less quit last week giving the bares an easy win. I just heard that more than a few Raiders had their worst PFF game ever. Others were well below their norm.
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Zero2Cool
2021-10-14T13:12:07Z
"Washington Football team announces they will retire Sean Taylor's No. 21 on Sunday."

Call me a conspiracy theory guy, but the timing of this kind of feels off.
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beast
2021-10-14T14:10:26Z
Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

"Washington Football team announces they will retire Sean Taylor's No. 21 on Sunday."

Call me a conspiracy theory guy, but the timing of this kind of feels off.



I was right there with you, this timing feels off, but just looked it up, and saw where one NFL guy (for the Broncos) claimed this has been in the works for a while, but the timing is horrible.

But they had planed to retire the number "During Alumni Homecoming Weekend" with the Alumni and Taylor's family there, which you don't do all of that very last minute, so I think this was planned in advance.

Though still, if possible I probably would of waited another year until they had their actual new long term mascot/name in place to do it... unless it's the 20 year anniversary or something.

You know what... they probably did plan this for the fall out of the investigation... not nessarily the recent email stuff (not enough time for that) but maybe to get some positive news worried the investigation might have bad news though, and not knowing if they could bury it or not.

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Zero2Cool
2021-10-14T18:30:52Z
I would have to think this was planned well in advanced. The timing is just odd, that is all.
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beast
2021-10-14T18:33:28Z
Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

"Washington Football team announces they will retire Sean Taylor's No. 21 on Sunday."

Call me a conspiracy theory guy, but the timing of this kind of feels off.



Yeah with only 3 days of an out too, so I'm now confused... if this was previously plan then wouldn't you announce it at least two weeks in advance? Minimum two weeks, unless they weren't sure they could get the family there/on board.

And it's been 14 years... just an odd time, more reason to wait another year to get to 15, or wait until 20, or 21 since he's famous for wearing #21 retire it 21 years after he's gone since you've already waited 14 years.

Either way, they're screwed up muliple times and it seems muliple more times will be coming, especially with Snyder still running the show (unofficially... officially it's his wife).
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Mucky Tundra
2021-10-15T01:19:23Z

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beast
2021-10-15T04:37:31Z
Originally Posted by: Mucky Tundra 



Okay, I feel like that's for the win, proof it wasn't planned ahead of time...

Though June to September isn't a long term either for a guy that spent four decades with the team, including being the first African American on the last team that refused to bring an African American to the team... and then got three All-Pro selections for them. Then became a pro-scout at the request of then Redskins head coach Vince Lombardi. Became assistant GM and wanted to become the first African American GM but kept getting passed over and retired in 2003 after being "deeply hurt" over muliple owners passing over him for other options and the new head coach decision to issue a new player his number, which hasn't been issued in many years. The only sad part is they retired his jersey about a year and a half after he passed away... seems like he deserved to see that and it probably is only happening to cover up the bad PR as well.

But yeah 3 days is like a last minute thing, but I'd like to hear something from the family to see how long they knew about it.


These both seem like PR moves right now.
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Zero2Cool
2021-10-18T13:40:17Z
From Peter King -- Whoever did it, this point remains, as one prominent plugged-in source told me: “The discipline against Snyder was shockingly light. You suspend Tom Brady when you never proved without a doubt he deflated the footballs, and you don’t suspend Snyder for running that kind of operation in Washington. And Gruden gets ruined. It’s not like Roger’s protecting a guy who’s good for the league anyway. Where’s the fairness?”


This is an excellent point. Tom Brady and Patriots are still called cheaters for things that were not proven, simply because punishment was handed out and well people are sheep.
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2021-10-18T14:28:41Z
Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

From Peter King -- Whoever did it, this point remains, as one prominent plugged-in source told me: “The discipline against Snyder was shockingly light. You suspend Tom Brady when you never proved without a doubt he deflated the footballs, and you don’t suspend Snyder for running that kind of operation in Washington. And Gruden gets ruined. It’s not like Roger’s protecting a guy who’s good for the league anyway. Where’s the fairness?”


This is an excellent point. Tom Brady and Patriots are still called cheaters for things that were not proven, simply because punishment was handed out and well people are sheep.



That and people hate Boston/New England.
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beast
2021-10-19T13:25:03Z
I wrote a very long reply yesterday and the site when down or something on my or wasn't connecting to the host or something and it's gone now :(


I don't have time to rewrite it... main points...

Goodell is ass backwards management, demanding most from the lowest, and the least from the top.

Jerry Jones has a ton of control and is generally friends with Goodell (except that one period) and Dan Snyder.

And didn't former Panthers owner Richardson basically get forced to sell his team for even less?

Though to be fair, Richardson was clearly directly involved, where Snyder MIGHT be able to claim he didn't completely know what was going on, though he's clearly fostered the environment for it.

But if I had to defend them, I think I'd have a much easier time defending Richardson as being an extremely old man who's struggling to get with times and having to learn and grow to mentally get with the 2000s... over there rumored stuff with Snyder and all of their many screw ups.... this has to be simply because Snyder has better connection, more sue happy and always willing to fight.
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2021-10-19T14:20:04Z
The site was down for a little while yesterday. I tried to get in too and was rejected. Damn kids and their protocols. They think they own everything.

Usually my longest posts are lost. Something happens and my screen jumps back a page or the site is down or I lose the internet. Something. Now if I am going to do a Wade type ramble I put it on a word doc first. Some times I use my email program as it spell checks and auto saves.It's better here now that Z has the auto save mode.
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Zero2Cool
2021-10-19T14:31:47Z
We've had two SQL Server (e.g. Database) outages in the last few days. The most recent on was corrected seconds before I was about to file a support ticket. Kind of annoying.

When I'm writing up a longer reply. I tend to select all and copy every now and then. And especially before I hit Submit, lol.
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2021-10-24T17:01:05Z
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https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/32453107/problematic-jon-gruden-emails-more-common-thought-congressman-says
ASHBURN, Va. -- One of the House Democrats who sent a letter to the NFL seeking more information about its investigation into the Washington Football Team's workplace culture says he fears Jon Gruden's emails are the "tip of the iceberg."

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill., told ESPN that the representatives wanted to get involved because the NFL "holds a special place in American life."

"The way they handle issues of race and gender and the way they treat their employees really influences the way society handles those very issues," Krishnamoorthi said. "We're very much interested in learning more about exactly why the NFL did what they did and the way they did it."

Gruden resigned as Las Vegas Raiders coach earlier this month following reports that emails he wrote over a multiyear period included racist, misogynistic and anti-gay language. The emails were discovered as part of the investigation into Washington's workplace culture.

"The biggest fear is that what Jon Gruden appears to engage in is much more common than what we otherwise thought," Krishnamoorthi said. "That's what a lot of people are concerned about."

Krishnamoorthi and Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, D-N.Y., who is chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, asked the NFL to turn over a number of documents and answer numerous questions about the investigation by Nov. 4.

They have not heard from the NFL, Krishnamoorthi said, other than to acknowledge receipt of the five-page letter. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an email Thursday night that the league had received the letter and shares Maloney's "concern that all workplaces should be free from any form of harassment and discrimination. We look forward to speaking to her office soon."

If the NFL chooses not to cooperate, Congress could issue a subpoena. Asked if they would consider suing the league, Krishnamoorthi said, "If the NFL were not to cooperate after we attempted to work with them to enlist their cooperation, then we do have the tools to compel the production of documents. But our hope is it doesn't get there. I hope we can work with them to get this information."

In the letter, Maloney and Krishnamoorthi said they want the NFL to produce "all documents and communications obtained in connection with the investigation into the WFT, its management, its owners, and any other matter relating to or resulting from the WFT investigation." They also want the NFL to detail its role in attorney Beth Wilkinson's investigation into the franchise and why there was no written report after 150 people had been interviewed.

"I just don't know of an investigation where someone is not allowed to document what happened or to document the findings," Krishnamoorthi told ESPN, "but that appears to be what happened here. There's a large body of evidence she reviewed that others reviewed that is also somehow not surfacing in any way."

Tom Davis served as chairman of the House Oversight Committee from 2003 to 2007 and was the ranking minority member on the committee during Congress' 2008 investigation into baseball's steroid issue. He said it was able to bring that issue to a hearing because it had bipartisan support in the House and because the target was more than just one player or team.

"Members will want to know why Congress is getting involved and, if so, why are they singling out one team," Davis said. "This isn't unique to the Washington Football Team. It's all over sports. It's all over locker rooms and college campuses.

"To get to the floor of the House, you have to be broader than the Washington Football Team."

The representatives' letter also raised concerns about nondisclosure agreements that former employees had signed and sought more information about the role of the NFL's general counsel, Jeff Pash, in the investigation.

"The biggest fear is that what Jon Gruden appears to engage in is much more common than what we otherwise thought. That's what a lot of people are concerned about."
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill.

Pash's close relationship with former Washington team president Bruce Allen was revealed in some of the leaked emails, which included topics that ranged from jokes on the league's diversity initiatives to rescinding an NFL fine. Allen was fired at the end of the 2019 season.

Krishnamoorthi said the Congress members don't think the former Washington employees who cooperated with investigators have received any response.

"The Washington Football Team and the NFL enjoy special privileges under our antitrust laws," Krishnamoorthi said. "We thought it was important to get to the bottom of what's going on in the NFL, in regards to the Washington Football Team in the way they handled their employees. What we've seen so far is deeply disturbing."

Krishnamoorthi said the representatives want to investigate this situation to determine whether new or stronger laws are needed to help employees in a similar environment. He said they also want to make sure the NFL did not cover up information via the nondisclosure agreements signed by the former Washington employees.

The emails from Gruden, sent when he was employed by ESPN as the lead analyst for Monday Night Football, went to Allen's team account, which is why they were uncovered as part of the NFL investigation. Some were also included in court filings in which Washington owner Dan Snyder tried to show that Allen was a source of leaking negative information about the team.

Krishnamoorthi said the representatives were not asked by anyone to send a letter to the NFL. He said they have been observing the situation and that Gruden's resignation "highlighted the rather disturbing nature of the communications happening by high-level officials, and it seems appropriate to now intervene and try to get to the bottom of what's going on."

I actually don't think Congress should stick its nose in, but if it does....look out.
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