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Old 01-19-2015, 12:03 AM   #31
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lol NFL isn't stupid enough to suspend him.

Exactly, could you imagine all the bad publicity the NFL would get if they decide to suspend Lynch (an All-Pro player) in the biggest game of the year for not talking to reporters? You would never hear the end of it from the media and fans.

NFL isn't that stupid.
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:04 AM   #32
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If you continuously made inappropriate gestures at work and were disciplend for it but kept doing it would you still have a job?

If every single week you refused to fulfill your job duties would you still have a job?

NFL is no different. Gotta do your job or your gonna get fired.

I think it's about time Lynch finds a job he is willing to do.

He's a sad individual.
NFL is a lot different.
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:04 AM   #33
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Doug Baldwin called out Deion Sanders too this kid lost his mind

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AikFHQkSEKc
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:05 AM   #34
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Exactly, could you imagine all the bad publicity the NFL would get if they decide to suspend Lynch (an All-Pro player) in the biggest game of the year for not talking to reporters? You would never hear the end of it from the media and fans.

NFL isn't that stupid.
Basically.

And that's saying a lot because the NFL Has made a lot of stupid choices with their suspensions in recent years,
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:08 AM   #35
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Wtf was that from Baldwn

"Aight" is honestly the perfect word to describe him as an NFL receiver
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:29 AM   #36
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NFL is a lot different.

Hhmmm explain.....

NFL is a business, right? Right.

Lynch is an employee, right? Right.

Lynch has repeatedly done inappropriate things at work and been fined for those things and continues to do them, right? Right.

Lynch has continued to refuse to do his job by not giving post-game interviews, right? Right.

Most people in Lynch's position would not have a job now, right? Right.

So it's actually the same exact thing, right? Right.

No further discussion needed
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:37 AM   #37
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Bottom line is Lynch is deliberately refusing to do his job and it's a slap in the face to any and all hard-working Americans who would be fired if they acted like Lynch. But since our disgusting society idolizes athletes we give him a pass. Despicable.

But most of you are like 14 so you probably don't care
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:38 AM   #38
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Hhmmm explain.....

NFL is a business, right? Right.

Lynch is an employee, right? Right.

Lynch has repeatedly done inappropriate things at work and been fined for those things and continues to do them, right? Right.

Lynch has continued to refuse to do his job by not giving post-game interviews, right? Right.

Most people in Lynch's position would not have a job now, right? Right.

So it's actually the same exact thing, right? Right.

No further discussion needed
Lynch is apart of a union called the players association. They fight for all his rights.

NFL can't just make up a new rule before the Super Bowl and expect it to hold up during appeals, their would be no point in trying to suspend the guy.
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:40 AM   #39
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Bottom line is Lynch is deliberately refusing to do his job and it's a slap in the face to any and all hard-working Americans who would be fired if they acted like Lynch. But since our disgusting society idolizes athletes we give him a pass. Despicable.

But most of you are like 14 so you probably don't care
Dude if you were equivalent to your company as marshawn lynch is to the Seahawks then your company wouldn't give a shit if you violated some petty company rules either.
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Old 01-19-2015, 12:49 AM   #40
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Dude if you were equivalent to your company as marshawn lynch is to the Seahawks then your company wouldn't give a shit if you violated some petty company rules either.

I respectfully disagree.

If you don't fulfill your job duties your gonna lose your job. Whether your a CEO or a dishwasher. Refuse to do your job and you are not gonna have a job very long. That's the way it works in the real word. That's common knowledge

Why do the same rules not apply to Lynch? Probably because like you said, he is valuable and generates a lot of money for the NFL. And the NFL is an evil corperation that cares more about $ than running an honest business.

Edit: and I want to see Lynch play in the SB, he's a great player. But I also would like to see the NFL demand players DO THEIR JOB! Like I said, it's a slap in the face to me, and any other hard-working American that this narcissistic football player can refuse to do his job and yet he still makes millions and is idolized. It rubs me the wrong way I guess

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Old 01-19-2015, 12:55 AM   #41
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I respectfully disagree.

If you don't fulfill your job duties your gonna lose your job. Whether your a CEO or a dishwasher. Refuse to do your job and you are not gonna have a job very long. That's the way it works in the real word. That's common knowledge

Why do the same rules not apply to Lynch? Probably because like you said, he is valuable and generates a lot of money for the NFL. And the NFL is an evil corperation that cares more about $ than running an honest business.
lol it's coming out of his pockets every time he refuses to talk to the media. That should be enough.

I hate that he does that too, but eventually the reporters just got to give it up, he has nothing to say.
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Old 01-19-2015, 01:00 AM   #42
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He's already getting fined for his gesture on his TD today, and once again refusing to do his job (refused post game interview today)

Don't be surprised if Lynch doesnt play in the Superbowl. The NFL is growing tired of his deliberate douche-baggery and they are going to make an example out of him. You can't just do whatever you want and play in the NFL. You gotta do your job, he's consistently refused to do so, would any of you still have your job?

Good luck Seattle

You're a clown bruh.

His job is playing running back.

Sure he's supposed to talk to the media.

But that'd be like getting fired being number one salesman at a company and getting fired because you didn't sharpen pencils.

Fuccin retoardrd.
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Old 01-19-2015, 01:07 AM   #43
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I hope Brady beat the Seahawks. It will end debate of who's the GOAT QB.

I can't argue Peyton over Brady anymore but a lot people still got Montana at the top.
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You're a clown bruh.

His job is playing running back.

Sure he's supposed to talk to the media.

But that'd be like getting fired being number one salesman at a company and getting fired because you didn't sharpen pencils.

Fuccin retoardrd.

Bless I'm gonna give you a pass cuz i like you, its late, youve probably been drinking and your not in your right mind.


Get some sleep dog, your not thinking clearly.
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Old 01-19-2015, 01:18 AM   #45
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Come on man. It would be beyond ludicrous to suspend Lynch for the superbowl.

continue to fine his ass, and in increasing amounts of $$$, is what they will probably do, and are well within their rights to do.
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