Sometimes he can come off as condescending, or superior...but thats just this up n coming generation. when you look at it from that, he actually is pretty damn respectful...besides, u guys have gone back n forth enough. waste a time, try to get back on point. if u have an issue with gmen0820, PM him im sure he'd try to resolve it if he felt it were warranted
and not trying to disrespect u either or tell u what to do or think, i just know the mods are locking down threads for back n forths so trying to keep the peace
Last edited by giantsfan420; 04-09-2013 at 09:40 PM.
Source: Adam Schefter on TwitterThe Ravens are reportedly nearing a deal with free agent ILB Rolando McClain.
After losing both Ray Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe, the Ravens are hungry to add talent at inside linebacker. McClain, the No. 8 overall pick in 2010 that flamed out in Oakland thanks in large part to off-field issues, certainly fits the bill. He also has a tie to GM Ozzie Newsome, who also attended Alabama. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the two sides are scheduled to talk today "to see if they can iron out unresolved issues."
So, where are those guys who wanted to bring him in??
"Ravens ILB Rolando McClain was arrested Sunday evening in Decatur (AL) for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Eyewitnesses say police ordered McClain and several others to leave Pines Park after a large crowd had gathered. McClain refused and began "cursing" at officers, before being handcuffed, and bailing out of jail shortly thereafter. McClain has now been arrested three times in his hometown of Decatur since 2011. He needs to stop going back there for the sake of his livelihood, and perhaps his personal safety. Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome smartly guaranteed no portion of McClain's one-year, $700,000 contract. He will be released shortly."
I guess he is just trying to fill in for Ray Lewis in more ways then 1.... ZING
"Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth."
Yeah... I retract my interest in him joining the Giants. He'd have been in jail long ago if it wasn't for football.