PFTV looks at who'll be the last 2009 holdout

As the remaining rookie contracts continue to trickle in, the PFTV peeps recently discussed the players who might be the last to sign.

And since none of the candidates have yet to sign, we’ll go ahead and use this one.

Here it is.  Cue the swanky NBC video player about which those of you with 4200-bit rotary-dial modems love to complain.

6 responses to “PFTV looks at who'll be the last 2009 holdout

  1. I heard Andy Reid was eating a bacon-ater this morning as usual and he tripped over a water sprinkler head.

  2. Don’t you have to be under contract to be considered a holdout? If not, I say that Shaun Alexander will be the last 2009 holdout and probably will still be holding out next season as well… Lawyer Milloy too

  3. Taking shots at the natives, eh?
    I have rather swift DSL that works well with everything else.
    Except your Goddamn video player.
    (it ain’t us, it’s you)

  4. Bart said:
    “Don’t you have to be under contract to be considered a holdout? If not, I say that Shaun Alexander will be the last 2009 holdout and probably will still be holding out next season as well… Lawyer Milloy too”
    No.
    Neither Shaun Alexander nor Lawyer Milloy are affiliated with a team. They are not withholding services from anyone, they are simply unemployed.
    If a player is withholding services in hopes of more money, which is what most first round picks usually do, then they are a holdout.
    If your question was serious, you’re a moron. If it was an attempt at humor, you failed and should probably look into getting someone to write your jokes for you.

  5. BBQ- how did the rib removal surgery go? I bet you never leave the house now…
    I disagree with the term holdout when it comes to players not under contract… Roddy White is a holdout IMO–

  6. I have rather swift DSL also and hove NO problem watching video.
    How about getting a computer that does not run on DOS you cheap bastard!
    Good Video, screw the agents!

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