What will the NFL do about Le’Veon Bell’s undisclosed groin injury?

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One week after the Seahawks admitted that they hid cornerback Richard Sherman’s knee injury, the Steelers admitted that they hid running back Le’Veon Bell’s groin injury. With the NFL inexplicably choosing to give the Seahawks a pass as to Sherman nearly a week ago, the question becomes what the NFL will do to the Steelers.

On the surface, there’s a big difference. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll essentially admitted that Sherman had a “significant” injury; Steelers coach Mike Tomlin wisely avoided the S-word, which by rule requires disclosure of the injury, even if the player consistently practices and plays.

But Bell told a much different story during the torrent of Super Bowl-week interviews.

“I really hurt it in the Miami game,” Bell said on NFL Network. “I played through the whole Kansas City game with it. The beginning of the Patriots game, I felt it. . . . I had a hole, but I couldn’t really hit it. I just felt like I was holding my team back at that point. I was in a lot of pain.”

In the days prior to the playoff game against the Dolphins, Bell didn’t appear on the injury report. After suffering the groin injury against Miami, Bell didn’t practice on the Wednesday before the Chiefs game, with the “not injury related” designation. Prior to the AFC title game at New England, Bell missed practice on both Wednesday and Thursday for “not injury related” reasons. (Curiously, Bell also was listed as fully practicing on Friday with the “not injury related” explanation.)

Through it all, Bell clearly was injured (based on his own words). As evidenced by his inability to accelerate early in the New England game due directly to the pre-existing groin injury, the injury affected his ability to perform. Common sense suggests it should have been revealed.

Some league insiders believe that the NFL looked the other way as to the Seahawks as a precursor for looking the other way as to the Steelers. If that happens, the stage will be set for all sorts of potential shenanigans in the future by other teams who break the rules in a similar way.

Unless and until, of course, a franchise that key members of the league office doesn’t “like” commits the same violation and promptly loses draft picks, money, and any and all players who were “generally aware” of the situation, more probable than not.

113 responses to “What will the NFL do about Le’Veon Bell’s undisclosed groin injury?

  1. As with the Seattle situation, nothing will be done about this because it isn’t the Patriots.

    Moving forward, I think Belichick should submit completely blank injury reports and just dare Goodell to do something about it.

  2. .
    The deservedly harsh criticism that Goodell has endured during the Rice, Peterson, Hardy and Framegate escapades has left us with a timid, toothless commissioner. He’s too afraid to act.
    .

  3. What will the NFL do? Next to nothing, it’s the Stealers. Take your pick: It will either be a little colored smoke, a thunderous “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain” and just like that there will be nothing to see here or it may be as simple as a wave of a hand and then it will be time for you to move along because these are not the droids you are looking for.

  4. Florio nails the real issue — no consistency in punishments. If you found someone who didn’t know and listed “pumped crowd noise into a stadium”, “talked to the quarterback via walkie talkie”, “texted to the sideline”, “taped opposing signals from the sideline” on one side of a table and a list of punishments on the other, they’d have a hard time matching them the punishment to the crime because it’s so inconsistent.

  5. Nice try with that ‘Parity through Punishment’ agenda, Roger. Looks like we are going to get Brady’s 2nd 3 Super Bowls in 4 years capping off in 2017.

    All these teams are far worse rule breakers than New England, and yet, they all get do-overs and fines and slaps on the wrist.

    Maybe they should send out a memo about lying over injuries and then nail the next team for a million dollars, a first rounder and public shaming.

    It’s not like lying about injuries to the public while the ‘wise guys’ know about it would lead to any gambling corruption or anything. Nothing to see here! Its all about (lack of) Integrity.

  6. Zilch. Nothing will happen. Commissioner Goodell looks after certain teams and the Pittsburgh Steelers will get a gentle smack on the wrist and a serious reminder not to do it again.

  7. Its time to end Goodell’s “New Sheriff in Town” mentality. It sucks that the Patriots have been repeatedly screwed by his stewardship but if that gets continually used for precedent there will never be an end. Let it go for Sherman. Let it go for Bell. Reset the expectations. Nothing Goodell does to these teams is going to make up for his incompetence regarding the Patriots, Saints, Dolphins, Ravens, Cowboys, etc. Maybe if we all look the other way the NFL can start to right the ship with imposing discipline.

  8. can you imagine if belichick did this?

    the lying and cheating by goodell, as he protects
    special owners and teams, is absolutely unbelievable

    by
    not punishing seattle or pitt, it renders the
    the injury report as a completey useless entity

    worst leader of any business in the history of mankind

  9. The NFL eliminated the PROBABLE status on these designations. So if it wasn’t QUESTIONABLE that he would play through the injury what was the next logical description of his status? That he was definitely going to play because……..he was definitely going to play.

  10. patsrule59 says:
    Feb 19, 2017 2:33 PM
    As with the Seattle situation, nothing will be done about this because it isn’t the Patriots.

    Moving forward, I think Belichick should submit completely blank injury reports and just dare Goodell to do something about it.

    “Moving forward” is such a ridiculous phrase. Unless you have a time machine that goes back in time you’re always moving forward

  11. “Integrity of the game” for thee but not for me. Haven’t seen someone destroy something so great since Obama destroyed/divided this country with his hate.

  12. Remember when the Steelers beat the Seahawks in the Super Bowl? No? That’s because they didn’t, they were given the “victory” because it’s they’re the Steelers.

  13. Look at the determination and veracity that Goodell put into Deflate-gate. Now, with something that calls the true integrity of the game on the line – lying about injuries? Crickets.

    (Note to Patriot-haters: I’m no Pats fan, myself, but statistics showed no advantage to the slightly deflated ball in that game. One player, Brady, tried to create a small advantage, which it ended up not being. Lying on an injury report is an organizational decision to intentionally and dishonestly deceive the opponent. That’s a much bigger issue.)

  14. Nice job pointing out the double standard, but I doubt even a Florio crusade could make a dent on the NFL’s complete lack of integrity.

  15. When the NFL makes rules, THAT is the time when they need to write penalties for infractions of those rules. Until then, this is a clown show. #rogerthat

  16. Goodell: The non-disclosure of Le’veon Bell’s injury was not the responsibility of Le’veon Bell. But because the NE Patriots more likely than not knew Bell had the injury and did not 1) report it, or 2) put Brady on the inactive list for the AFCCG to compensate, the Patriots hereby forfeit their 4th round pick in April. Oh, that pick is already gone. Sorry. Ok, then they forfeit SB LI because, from the start of the season, they had no business even getting there.

  17. The goal of all this is to try to erode away at the credibility of the league so that everyone around the country starts thinking like the folks from Boston, and hope and pray that it undermines the folks who caught Brady cheating. All it really does is keep reminding everyone that Brady got caught cheating. I never heard any talk like this until after Brady got busted.

  18. What do you expect from someone who hasn’t a clue about gas pressure.

    I’ll bet Roger knows all the words to the song send in the Clowns though.
    ,

  19. Nothing obviously, since it’s the Rooneys.

    Maybe a medium-sized fine to show that he cares about the “integrity of the game”. Or anything else that is light since he’ll make it up as he goes along.

    Of course if it was the Patriots, he would’ve had a full blown investigation.

    Release the PSI info you clown.

  20. It isn’t just the Patriots that Goodell has treated unfairly. I’m pretty sure the list includes New Orleans, Kansas City, Miami, Dallas, Washington, and New England.

  21. Unless and until, of course, a franchise that key members of the league office doesn’t “like” commits the same violation and promptly loses draft picks, money, and any and all players who were “generally aware” of the situation, more probable than not.

    ——

    We already saw this.

    Chiefs lost draft picks for tampering. Jets lost 100k.

    There’s no rhyme or reason to punishment from this regime. It’s destroying the sport faster than anything else you can think of.

    *****

    The funniest part? Brady lost 4 games because of integrity. Yet the injury report, which direct from Goodell himself, is vital to the integrity of the game, has been blatantly abused, and nothing.

    Just another example of the complete ridiculousness of the situation in the NFL FO.

  22. Unless, of course, the Patriots do it, and then the NFL will move to “protect the shield.”

    Lucky Belichick is out ahead on this one, as always, he just lists everyone as questionable. Smoke screen method.

  23. .
    BTW…. Does anyone know when Uber – Commissioner Bisciotti will certify the results of the Super Bowl? Patriots fans would be wise to remember that, ” it ain’t over til Bisciotti says it’s over. ”
    .

  24. Goodell is a vile little worm who protects and has been complicit hiding domestic violence abusers, effectively an accomplice after the fact.

    He has lied in every major “scandal” he manufactured against the Pats, Saints, Cowboys, Redskins and Dolphins while lying to protect the favored few of the Giants, Jets, Steelers, Colts, Ravens and Broncos.

    In no way is he qualified to be commissioner of the NFL which by its own rules say the commissioner must be a person of “unquestioned integrity”.

  25. “What will the NFL do about Le’Veon Bell’s undisclosed groin injury?”

    Duh…. nothing. They already let the Seahawks skate on this, in order to protect the Steelers.

  26. There is no way Clowndell is going to punish the Rooneys, so he’ll just lie about it when asked and claim that he wasn’t aware of the situation and expect the media to be too afraid to call him out.

    One thing is for certain, Roger Clowndell has made a mockery of the NFL central office and he will ruin the once great league if he’s not removed from office within the next couple years.

  27. tomthebombtracy says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:00 PM
    The NFL eliminated the PROBABLE status on these designations. So if it wasn’t QUESTIONABLE that he would play through the injury what was the next logical description of his status? That he was definitely going to play because……..he was definitely going to play.
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    But that’s not how it works by the reporting rules. It is required that ALL injuries are to be reported. If an injured player is expected to play he is listed as “questionable” rather than “doubtful”. If an injured player is not expected to play he is listed as “doubtful”rather than “questionable”. See how simple that as? PIT and SEA broke rules (some would call that “cheating”).

    I’m happy to have cleared that up for you. It’s what I do. (You’re welcome)

  28. jchipwood says:
    Feb 19, 2017 4:09 PM
    If the Steelers don’t get a punishment, I can see a lot of patriot fans kicking and screaming on their beautyrest beds while wearing their uggs.
    ************************************************

    Have you tried them distressed leather Uggs slippers for men? Those are top shelf. Brady’s right again…

  29. redlikethepig says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:41 PM

    Wow, for a winning franchise the Pats fans certainly whine a lot.

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    Sorry your team sucks.

  30. Roger is ruining the league? Meanwhile, it is your owner that pays him and tells him what to do and your owner walks on water, right? Ok, got it. You may go now, I forgot you were there.

  31. You’ll notice that the Patriots injury report often numbers in the double digits. God forbid that the Patriots don’t list a player on the injury report and then that player doesn’t play in the next game. There will be another $5 million Ted Wells investigation.

  32. “Unless and until, of course, a franchise that key members of the league office doesn’t “like” commits the same violation and promptly loses draft picks, money, and any and all players who were “generally aware” of the situation, more probable than not.”

    It doesn’t get any better for the league….it’s a sham that the Pats will also lose a pick this year….they need it in order to stay competitive. LOL

  33. I never would have used Bell in DFS if I knew he was questionable with a groin injury. This has caused me financially as well as emotionally since I didnt win like I do almost 10% of the time

    40% of whatever you can get me Florio

  34. While we are on this subject, what happened to the Colts and Andrew Luck broken ribs? Nothing? That’s what I thought.

  35. jchipwood says:
    Feb 19, 2017 4:46 PM

    I talk a bit of smack on the patriots and they become rattled just like Brady does in the pocket.
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    I guess if he didn’t get rattled, NE would have won the SB this year.

  36. jchirpwood says:

    I talk a bit of smack on the patriots and they become rattled just like Brady does in the pocket. They start hearing things that really aren’t sounds, start seeing things that really don’t exist, and believe things that make zero sense.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    You just described 99% of all of your posts.
    You would know them best, Chippy

  37. How many players do you think make it to week 19
    of the season without any injuries?

    Most are managing one thing or another. That’s why
    they have an entire ( busy ) training staff on hand.
    Should they be forced to report every bump, bruise,
    pull and ache they feel?

    The opposing players would love that.
    Then they’d know exactly where to aim.

    Le’Veon Bell set post 2 season records for rushing,
    for his team the two previous games. It certainly didn’t seem
    to affect him then.

    Much ado about nothing, but it gives the usual trolls and
    haters something to point to, and especially, to whine about.
    Gotta love to faux, and self-serving fan outrage —
    esp. when your team does precisely the same thing.
    Ridiculous, but amusing nonetheless.

  38. The disturbing evidence of this little prayer presents both the illusions which makes it feel ‘sincere’ , and interior pathos which upsets the digestion .
    While there is life , there is hope , you should look for one , or search for the other .

    tonebones says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:19 PM
    The goal of all this is to try to erode away at the credibility of the league so that everyone around the country starts thinking like the folks from Boston, and hope and pray that it undermines the folks who caught Brady cheating. All it really does is keep reminding everyone that Brady got caught cheating. I never heard any talk like this until after Brady got busted.

  39. MTLighthouse69 says:
    Feb 19, 2017 4:13 PM
    “What will the NFL do about Le’Veon Bell’s undisclosed groin injury?”

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    I have no idea, but I am sure many Patriots’ fans will make it all about them and whine about it.

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    You people just don’t get it.
    Most of the Pats fans on here are New Englanders.

    We don’t like to be wronged.
    We don’t like to be treated unfairly.
    We don’t forget .
    We don’t ever give up.

    Have a nice day.

    P.S. Kiss the Rings
    (the longer you wait the more there will be)

  40. chuckshontaspads says:
    Feb 19, 2017 2:41 PM
    Florio you are the only one who actually has the INTEGRITY to tell it like it is.

    What objective observer of the NFL can disagree with this statement? Please Florio, keep up the good work. Don’t you have any pull with lawyers in DC? Can’t you help instigate a full fledged investigation of the NFL head office??!! Contact Sally Jenkins, will ya? She must know someone influential in DC.

    You, Florio, HAVE to help stop this crap!

    What infuriates me as a fan is that goodell and the front office are allowed to get away with this injury report punishment inconsistency.

    Trump or Congress MUST take a look at the NFL and stop this corruption. Take away the NFL special status if necessary.

    I want the old NFL back.

  41. redlikethepig says:
    Feb 19, 2017 6:19 PM
    rclindhe

    Stop whining. You won the Superbowl.

    —–

    You don’t need to remind me. Go Pats!!!

  42. tonebones says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:19 PM
    The goal of all this is to try to erode away at the credibility of the league (blah blah)
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    A colts fan that thinks Grigson did a great job and Irsay is a wonderful owner talking about trying to erode the league’s nonexistent credibility. There’s just so much fail there

  43. Goodell isn’t going to do anything. The reason that he let Seattle off (even as a repeat offender) was so that he wouldn’t have to do anything to the Steelers.

    If Sherman’s minor injury was punished, then he would have had to punish Bell’s major injury.

  44. WHY DO TEAMS HAVE TO DIVULGE INJURIES ANYWAY ??
    ITS GAMEMANSHIP…OR IT IS REALLY THE nfl KOWTOWING TO THE BOOKIES WHY CANT THEY BE HONEST ABOUT IT..IF A TEAM USES THE ROUGE OF A player playing more than expected and if he doesnt and the other team prepares wrong it is on them

  45. If the NFL did not pursue Seattle they should let the Steelers go here too. The important thing is that rhe NFL be consistent. I get all the commenters saying that if it was the Patriots the NFL would hang them. Sadly thats tough to argue with. History has shown the NFL is not consistent. My only point is they should be and thats why Pittsburg should slide here.

  46. Doesn’t really matter if Goodell does anything. The steelers will overpay Bell, get right back in cap jail after paying Brown and Bell, then he’ll get suspended again, then if the steelers make it that far, they’ll lose another big game to the Pats. Whatever. Same as it ever was.

  47. jf203 says:
    Feb 19, 2017 7:40 PM
    WHY DO TEAMS HAVE TO DIVULGE…

    __________________

    Inside voice please. The injury reporting requirement is the exact opposite of what you think. The idea is to eliminate the value of inside information and keep everything above board

  48. jchirpwood says:

    I talk a bit of smack on the patriots and they become rattled just like Brady does in the pocket. They start hearing things that really aren’t sounds, start seeing things that really don’t exist, and believe things that make zero sense.

    —–

    So you just confirmed you have multiple sock puppets on this website?

    lol

  49. whodeyneedsgm says:
    Feb 19, 2017 5:14 PM
    It’s probably Burficts fault. Suspension and fine coming.

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    My money is on Belichick. Freakin’ Sith Lord.

  50. Simple explanation. The league office needs to do everything in their power to level the playing field for the Patriot’s opponents. Never in the history of this league has one franchise been so head and shoulders above the rest in every conceivable way. The Steelers? Not so much.

  51. The NFL and the media are in competition for the most blatant double standards in a 12 mo period

  52. Le’Veon Bell had 30 carries for 170 yards and 6 catches versus the KC Chiefs.

    The injury report policy only requires the disclosure of “significant or noteworthy injuries” on the Practice Report.

    Methinks it was not noteworthy – certainly not prior to the KC game. Perhaps everyone just assumed it would be more of the same against NE…

  53. You guys have to stop paying attention to the stupid trolls like the fool in order to keep a healthy discussion. He doesn’t have anything to say that’s worthy.

  54. tonebones says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:19 PM
    The goal of all this is to try to erode away at the credibility of the league so that everyone around the country starts thinking like the folks from Boston, and hope and pray that it undermines the folks who caught Brady cheating. All it really does is keep reminding everyone that Brady got caught cheating. I never heard any talk like this until after Brady got busted.
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    Except he didn’t get caught cheating. Where’s your outrage over Andrew Luck’s deflated balls? Exactly, now get ready for the draft and enjoy another offseason knowing the Patriots just stole another acre of realestate in your science starved brain. PV=nRT.

  55. Cases like this one are why Goodell has no credibility. Since this issue involves the Steelers, and since the Rooneys are one of the elite NFL families, Goodell will do nothing.

    And if the Patriots or some other team out of favor had tried the same thing, they’d be punished.

    The man has no integrity.

  56. You heard it here first that Bell will not be on the Steeler’s roster this coming 2017 season. Many people who are hyped on him seem to forget his injury history. Remember, folks; a player’s best ability is his AVAILABILITY. I could have a field day listing several players whom pertain to such list. Jamaal Charles, Tony Romo, CJ Spiller, Ameer Abdullah, Jahvid Best, David Wilson, Larry Johnson, Marcus Lattimore, Sammy Watkins, Mario Williams, Sam Bradford…the list goes on.

  57. joe6606 says:
    Feb 19, 2017 8:19 PM
    the Miami game was his 3rd game. He ran for 1000 yards and had 450 yards receiving AFTER the Miami game. doesn’t sound injured to me.

    We’re talking about the playoff game versus Miami.

    He says he was injured during that game. And he managed to play through the injury vs. KC, but could not play vs. New England.

  58. Goodell is dead man walking. A half dozen NFL owners ordered that the Pats be knobbled to give Miami and Jets in particular a chance to win in the AFC East, and even with a ludicrous DeflateGate frame, he couldn’t even get that done. The league’s integrity is shattered by several fiascos, and a major strike looms in 2020. Nice job, Goodell.

  59. In the unlikely event that picks are taken away the Chiefs and Patriots should get them. They lied and cheated the injury report 2 times. Each team that was affected by the infraction should get the picks. I know pipe dream…just like my Jags making the playoffs

  60. tonebones says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:19 PM

    The goal of all this is to try to erode away at the credibility of the league so that everyone around the country starts thinking like the folks from Boston, and hope and pray that it undermines the folks who caught Brady cheating. All it really does is keep reminding everyone that Brady got caught cheating. I never heard any talk like this until after Brady got busted.
    ——————————–

    There was never any talk like this until after Goodell became commissioner.

    Whether he is acting at the behest of the owners or not, his unquestioned duplicity has singlehandedly degraded the quality of the NFL.

  61. 6ball says:
    Feb 19, 2017 2:44 PM
    .
    The deservedly harsh criticism that Goodell has endured during the Rice, Peterson, Hardy and Framegate escapades has left us with a timid, toothless commissioner. He’s too afraid to act.
    =================
    And everybody cringes when he does.

  62. markjohnbennett says:
    Feb 19, 2017 2:46 PM
    Florio nails the real issue — no consistency in punishments. If you found someone who didn’t know and listed “pumped crowd noise into a stadium”, “talked to the quarterback via walkie talkie”, “texted to the sideline”, “taped opposing signals from the sideline” on one side of a table and a list of punishments on the other, they’d have a hard time matching them the punishment to the crime because it’s so inconsistent.
    ================
    A thousand times THIS.

  63. 2 years of the haters whining about football psi, and now that it blew up in their faces they want everyone else to forget and move on. So predictable.

  64. PFT loves the Steelers says:
    Feb 19, 2017 3:13 PM
    Nice job pointing out the double standard, but I doubt even a Florio crusade could make a dent on the NFL’s complete lack of integrity.

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    You have to remember that when asked about it (BBC interview where Goodell was in less position to stipulate only softball question) Goodell said that the variance in the penalties had a purpose that was vital for the good of the league. When the BBC interviewer then asked what that purpose was exactly Goodell responded that they could not speak to it because it was too complicated for the fan base to understand. As a member of that fan base I skipped my shoe tying classes all that week to protest the disrespect.

  65. Anyone with common sense will know that Goodell will do nothing because the Rooneys own the NFL. Typical double standard crap when it comes to the Steelers. They are blatant cheaters and everyone knows it and they are the dirtiest team in the NFL but get away with everything because of the Rooneys.

  66. redlikethepig says:
    Feb 19, 2017 6:19 PM
    rclindhe

    Stop whining. You won the Superbowl.

    No one is whining,

    Winning Superbowls in NE is expected, as is fair and equal treatment for alleged violations. We get the former about every 3 years on average, the latter, not so much.

  67. iamapatsfan says:
    Feb 19, 2017 8:01 PM
    jchirpwood says:

    I talk a bit of smack on the Patriots…
    —–

    So you just confirmed you have multiple sock puppets on this website?

    lol
    +++++++++++++++++

    It wasn’t the first time and it won’t be the last. Dude has enough sock puppets for the ‘feet’ of an extended octopus family. chippy even engages his alter egos on a regular basis. The best ones are when ‘they’ disagree.

  68. Mike Tomlin intentionally tried to trip Jacoby Jones on a kickoff, and yet, no penalty was induced. The MeHawks and Stillers will never be penalized as Goodell loves their owners.

  69. Maybe Framegate DID have a purpose. It was a tipping point. Goodell has woken the sleeping giant. Those boos he heard that left him scurrying off the podium superbowl night like the rat that he is, didn’t JUST come from Pats fans. More and more general NFL fans, and fans from other teams are coming to the right conclusion.

    In a league where all teams are supposed to be treated equally it has become abundantly clear, that some teams are more equal than others. The Jets, Giants, Steelers, Ravens, and Denver get away with more crap that can be explained, even to the most rabid fans.

    The only way you can explain Seattle being let off for their injury report violation after multiple recent violations is because it allows Goodell to give a pass to the Steelers…..AGAIN.

    Goodell and his entire cabal HAVE to go. And it is heartening to see that the rest of the league’s fans are FINALLY waking up to the danger Fraudger has become to the game we all love.

  70. Dick Sherman was NOT injured. Carroll tried to cover him by saying he was “injured”, when in reality, he just was terrible. He hasn’t been the same player since he was caught injecting Adderall and especially after he got paid. Many players get lazy after the big payday like Albert Haynesworth.

    Pete’s loyalty to players is his biggest fault. It almost cost him a draft pick as he had to admit to the NFL that Dick Sherman wasn’t injured and that he lied to the press to cover for him.

  71. Maybe Framegate DID have a purpose. It was a tipping point. Goodell has woken the sleeping giant. Those boos he heard that left him scurrying off the podium superbowl night like the rat that he is, didn’t JUST come from Pats fans. More and more general NFL fans, and fans from other teams are coming to the right conclusion.

    In a league where all teams are supposed to be treated equally it has become abundantly clear, that some teams are more equal than others. The Jets, Giants, Steelers, Ravens, and Denver get away with more crap that can be explained, even to the most rabid fans.

    The only way you can explain Seattle being let off for their injury report violation after multiple recent violations is because it allows Goodell to give a pass to the Steelers…..AGAIN.

    Goodell and his entire cabal HAVE to go. And it is heartening to see that the rest of the league’s fans are FINALLY waking up to the danger Fraudger has become to the game

    Paranoia is treatable and save the rest of us from the daily cry from you crazy Pat’s whiners. It will get worse for you before it gets better. In the mean time keep checking under every rock and behind every bush for Roger…..what a putz.

  72. Move on; nothing to see here. Like who gives a crap except the wacko ‘fantasy’ crowd anyway and a few Vegas high rollers? Why is it that the NFL is the only major sport that even practices this stupid ritual?

  73. I think the NFL will punish the Steelers because otherwise all teams will stop reporting injuries. They can only let one team get away with it, and that team is Goodell’s favorite team. He even helped that team win the SB by allowing them to mug receivers for a whole season. And he extracted a pound of flesh the next season when New England and Tom Brady beat his favorite team in the SB.

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