Skip to comments.This Week in the NFL
Posted on 05/29/2005 3:23:11 PM PDT by Asphalt
Ladies and Gentlemen we have 69 days remaining until the kickoff of the NFL season with the American Bowl game in Japan. The pre season starts five days later, and the regular season is only 102 days away! Here are some of the top stories from this week in the NFL: Chargers, DT Williams agree to five-year contract extension
Out for season, Browns TE Winslow apologizes
Rice considered 49ers, Bucs, retirement before Broncos called
Redskins grant Hall release, meet with McQuarters
Titans TE Troupe to have foot surgery
McCombs bids goodbye to Vikings employees
Unrestricted & Restricted NFL Free Agent Signings
Agent, lawyer say Giants' Burress doesn't owe taxes
Broken promise? Verba wants Browns to upgrade deal
All settled: Romanowski agrees to pay Williams $415K
Return to sender: Browns to seek Winslow repayment
Jamal Lewis to be released from prison June 2
Keyshawn not liable in suit filed by ex-wife's ex-beau
Honoring the culture? Sorry, Indian team nicknames are insensitive and offensive (bs alert)
Three great years aren't enough to earn Terrell Davis a ticket to the Hall of Fame.
Suit filed against Colts rookie over '03 fight
Payton's son making splash in NFL Europe
TRUTH & RUMORS: Another camp boycott?
Winslow apologizes, says he'll miss season
House committee moves steroid bill along
Coaching stability offers a lot of hidden benefits
wow. Obviously a bunch seeing as I have a decently sized ping list. Take your crap elsewhere please. If you aren't interested then leave us alone
did something offend you?
Are you required to click on a specific thread? Nooooo. There are other forums where you can post your profanity. Get lost newbie.
There is a chronic nationwide shortage of officials, especially at the youth level.
Officiating is a great way to give back to the game you love, to make a little money while getting into (or staying) in shape, and believe me, it's the best way to see the game.
I've officiated five years at the youth level, and two years of high school ball. I'm just sorry that it's taken me so many decades to find my true hobby in life.
Call you state high school association or youth league this week! Most officiating training classes start in June or July, so its not too late for this upcoming season.
Play, coach or ref! ReaganCowboy out...
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Thanks for posting this thread! :^)
Are you really 14 yo?
perhaps cricket is more your speed.
Of the major professional sports, the NFL is relatively inoffensive. I just wish that the NBA would shut down for good.
what happened, someone pissed in your wheaties?
or are you bent that a woman just finished 4th in the INDY 500?
could it be (dare I say!!!) a racial thing?
I think you hit the nail on it's head.
The NFL is much better in this regard than it was 10 or 20 years ago. Now the exception are the self centered ones. I.e. the ones that make news. Plus, the NFL has the age limit which has helped them start with more majure players to begin with.
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