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  • Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?



    "Bradshaw had major off-the-field problems (he was arrested for burglary and petty larceny in 2006)."




    Disgusting that an organization like the NYG would even consider a player like this. I hope this isnt a sign of things to come.


  • #2
    Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

    They won't make the team?

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    • #3
      Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

      who cares, hes a 7th rounder who probably wont even make the team.

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      • #4
        Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

        Reese said that the forst thing he does wrong he is off the team

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        • #5
          Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

          http://youtube.com/watch?v=JxsvvXfSTNY, Just watch this video and you will know why. He is good, hes quick and never stops his feet, I think hes a great pick.

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          • #6
            Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

            The kid swiped a play station that but's him in Pac's league alright.

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            • #7
              Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

              The guy swiped a play station, which he got in trouble for. He didn't get arrested on weapons charges.

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              • #8
                Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                I agree. Bradshaw was a ridiculous pick, even in the 7th round. He is not a Giants-type player, and Reese really went against the grain in taking him.

                Bradshaw started off his college career running from police, picking up an obstruction charge, and getting an possession of alcohol charge. The alcohol charge I can deal with, the running from police, I cannot. Then in his junior year he breaks into someone's dormroom while on camera, and steals a Playstation2. Terrible, and not the type of player I want on our squad. This isn't the Cincinnati Reese!

                We would have been better served grabbing Darius Walker or Terry Caulley out of UConn as our change-of-pace.

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                • #9
                  Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?



                  His off the feild issues are very minor why do some dwell so far into this. Does it really effect you that much. The kid can still play football and I wouldn't be suprised if he was taken up he was a very productive quick scat back with good hands

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                  • #10
                    Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                    Well, the Bradshaw watch starts now. He's getting his second (and probably only)chance. Hopefully he realizes the opportunity in front of him and takes advantage of it.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                      [quote user="tikki_barber"]


                      "Bradshaw had major off-the-field problems (he was arrested for burglary and petty larceny in 2006)."




                      Disgusting that an organization like the NYG would even consider a player like this. I hope this isnt a sign of things to come.




                      [/quote]




                      lol he tried to steal a playstation or something like that..

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                      • #12
                        Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                        [quote user="tikki_barber"]


                        "Bradshaw had major off-the-field problems (he was arrested for burglary and petty larceny in 2006)."




                        Disgusting that an organization like the NYG would even consider a player like this. I hope this isnt a sign of things to come.

                        [/quote]Obviously Reese doesn't see it this way. And do you really believe these issue's were not looked at by the whole Giants organization. Come on.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                          Ever heard about the concepts of forgiveness, growing up, moviung on, lessons learned, etc.

                          The problem with this country is that we paint the perpetrators of "bad" acts with the smae brush. Some are criminals, and some make mistakes. W lock up more people than and other country, and then totally disenfranchise them, and wonder why there is more crime. We do nothing to relieve the disease, only the symptoms. So sad.

                          Every person deserves second chances. I am not privy to Bradshaw's acts, but considering the Giant drafted him, one of the most conservative organizations, bodes well about hsi true character.

                          Tell me...who are the criminals? Those who got caught. If a criminal is someone who broke the law, then that would include 100% of the population. This is not such a black and white issue, and I grow tired of the intolerance and persecutorial nature of the masses.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                            [quote user="Bighittz56"]I agree. Bradshaw was a ridiculous pick, even in the 7th round. He is not a Giants-type player, and Reese really went against the grain in taking him.

                            Bradshaw started off his college career running from police, picking up an obstruction charge, and getting an possession of alcohol charge. The alcohol charge I can deal with, the running from police, I cannot. Then in his junior year he breaks into someone's dormroom while on camera, and steals a Playstation2. Terrible, and not the type of player I want on our squad. This isn't the Cincinnati Reese!

                            We would have been better served grabbing Darius Walker or Terry Caulley out of UConn as our change-of-pace.
                            [/quote]
                            i dont know of anythign about the situation but i would laugh if he was just playing a prank on one of his friends and they thought he was stealingthe PS2

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                            • #15
                              Re: Why are the Giants drafting criminals in the 7th round?

                              [quote user="flimflam"]Ever heard about the concepts of forgiveness, growing up, moviung on, lessons learned, etc.

                              The problem with this country is that we paint the perpetrators of "bad" acts with the smae brush. Some are criminals, and some make mistakes. W lock up more people than and other country, and then totally disenfranchise them, and wonder why there is more crime. We do nothing to relieve the disease, only the symptoms. So sad.

                              Every person deserves second chances. I am not privy to Bradshaw's acts, but considering the Giant drafted him, one of the most conservative organizations, bodes well about hsi true character.

                              Tell me...who are the criminals? Those who got caught. If a criminal is someone who broke the law, then that would include 100% of the population. This is not such a black and white issue, and I grow tired of the intolerance and persecutorial nature of the masses.
                              [/quote]Agreed.......But I'm not changing avatars just yet. LOL

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