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  1. Maybe so, but he was never known for his...

    Maybe so, but he was never known for his indifference.

    Let me ask, when he told his team he loved them, do you think it was disingenuous? Do you see that being incompatible with being a stern...
  2. In my life, when a crisis arises, I first look to...

    In my life, when a crisis arises, I first look to see what I can do, putting myself and my concerns by the wayside. there will be time enough to deal with my concerns later. The first thing is...
  3. Some of us were in shock ourselves when we first...

    Some of us were in shock ourselves when we first heard about it. I've lived a little bit, and I don't know that it's a great idea to put too much stock into peoples first reactions. It's very easy...
  4. Pretty sure he doesn't want to accept their help...

    Pretty sure he doesn't want to accept their help and then feel obligated.Embarrassed,probably looking to salvage any earnings he can as well, and the advice from his agent is don't do anything, tell...
  5. You can only hope he grows as a person at this...

    You can only hope he grows as a person at this point and is able to put his life back together.He wasn't a bad guy, I just don't Know he was a Giant at heart.
    I think The departure of Tuck and Osi...
  6. After seeing him, I think I understand a little...

    After seeing him, I think I understand a little better why he hasn't spoken to anyone. What's he going to say?

    Look at him. What's on his face? Shame, embarrsasment, apprehension, confusion. ...
  7. You know, I see those photos, and I realize I am...

    You know, I see those photos, and I realize I am past really caring if he comes back or not. It's not on my radar anymore. As much of a hardass as I can be, I look at those, and the look on his face,...
  8. what you are not considering is that JPP and the...

    what you are not considering is that JPP and the Giants may have a different definiton of "The people who afford him the opportunity." The Giants assume it's them. JPP may see opportunity elsewhere.
  9. Well, that's not how you come off. You sound like...

    Well, that's not how you come off. You sound like you are confusing what JPPs value IS, as opposed to what it WAS.As far as making the point it's a loss, I think everyone is aware of that, it's just...
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    I believe JPP never intended to stay here.He...

    I believe JPP never intended to stay here.He remodeled his home in FLA and put it up on the market, so as not to be tied down to the east coast.

    I can tell you a company I worked for did some work...
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    You are Mistaken sir. He is represented by...

    You are Mistaken sir.

    He is represented by Eugene Parker.

    17th paragraph down
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    Thats because they take the long look and assume...

    Thats because they take the long look and assume they will ultimatley heal, that the limitation is temporary in nature, not permanent. That's not the case here.
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    You, sir, are a silly fellow.

    You, sir, are a silly fellow.
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    [QUOTE=Morehead State;1543272]If he can't play...

    [QUOTE=Morehead State;1543272]If he can't play he'd sign the tender right now. Two weeks ago actually.
    If they withdraw the tender JPP is a free agent and he has a chance for a long term deal.
    ...
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    ^This, from my favorite poster.

    ^This, from my favorite poster.
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    Which he may well have determined that is the...

    Which he may well have determined that is the best course of action for him.
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    Had he met with team officials and they came to...

    Had he met with team officials and they came to the conclusion he is done, damaged goods and their honest reccomendation is to pull the tag, then all JPP would have accomplished is devaluing himself...
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    He has no reason to, it would be a foolish move.

    He has no reason to, it would be a foolish move.
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    That's not relevant, inasmuch as he can't play...

    That's not relevant, inasmuch as he can't play and get paid now one way or the other. the real question is can he drum up enough interest in the offseason to cash in NEXT year, when he probably can...
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    or maybe he thinks his injury WILL have an...

    or maybe he thinks his injury WILL have an effect, WON'T sign the tender because they can NFI him the next day , WON'T be able to play again at a high level and his last chance for a payout is some...
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    He won't sign as they can just NFI him. In...

    He won't sign as they can just NFI him. In functional terms the tag is a millstone around his neck.He wants to cut the tether.
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    It may be one of several things.Perhaps he knows...

    It may be one of several things.Perhaps he knows he needs a year to recover, wants to be able to sign for big money next year and doesn't want to be forced to play under a tag this year that, even if...
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    I concur. Further, although I would in no way...

    I concur. Further, although I would in no way sign him without an examination AND prognosis, NEITHER would I cut him.

    I would not release him from his obligation, nor sign him, nor in fact do...
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    Assuming Kuhn doesn't knock him off the roster,...

    Assuming Kuhn doesn't knock him off the roster, which may happen.
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    I see what you did there.

    I see what you did there.
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