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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:57 pm

Josh Gordon has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the Sarchione Auto Group in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.

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Post by wyckedheart8 on Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:44 pm

Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.
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Post by diehardsteersfan on Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:25 am

wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.

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Post by diehardsteersfan on Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:26 am

Dmounts wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek

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Post by Guest on Mon Sep 08, 2014 6:11 pm

diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Looks like they changed the policy Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely. I guess that ISN'T it.

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Post by Guest on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:15 pm

diehardsteersfan wrote:
Dmounts wrote:Josh Gordon has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the Sarchione Auto Group in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek


He can car pool with Blount and Bell lol!

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Post by Admin on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:46 pm

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Dmounts wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek


He can car pool with Blount and Bell lol!
 LOL... the Pittsburgh version of the "Doobie Brothers"
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Post by Randell60 on Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:18 am

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diehardsteersfan wrote:
Dmounts wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek


He can car pool with Blount and Bell lol!
 LOL... the Pittsburgh version of the "Doobie Brothers"

Coming to theaters this fall: "Careers, Up In Smoke." Starring Blount, Bell and Gordon. cheers
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Post by diehardsteersfan on Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:33 am

Randell60 wrote:
Admin wrote:
captnbrojangles wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
Dmounts wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek


He can car pool with Blount and Bell lol!
 LOL... the Pittsburgh version of the "Doobie Brothers"

Coming to theaters this fall: "Careers, Up In Smoke." Starring Blount, Bell and Gordon. cheers

Wait, shouldn't it be...Bell and Gordon smoking their blount?

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Post by wyckedheart8 on Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:29 pm

Dmounts wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Looks like they changed the policy Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely. I guess that ISN'T it.

You cant compare what Rice did to smoking a little pot. I'm telling you if they agree to change the illeagle substance clause that suspended players will get their shot in 2014.
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Post by Admin on Tue Sep 09, 2014 6:14 pm

wyckedheart8 wrote:
Dmounts wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Looks like they changed the policy Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely. I guess that ISN'T it.

You cant compare what Rice did to smoking a little pot. I'm telling you if they agree to change the illeagle substance clause that suspended players will get their shot in 2014.
 I don't see how they can amend it and be retroactive to season beginning. I know why you want that. But... someone will hire an attorney and attempt to say their suspension SHOULD have been overturned too and that they suffered an economic loss.... Lawyers suck... pro ball players are dumb... what good can come from that?   OH.... I agree what you said about Rice versus some weed smokers.
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Post by Guest on Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:14 pm

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wyckedheart8 wrote:
Dmounts wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Looks like they changed the policy Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely. I guess that ISN'T it.

You cant compare what Rice did to smoking a little pot. I'm telling you if they agree to change the illeagle substance clause that suspended players will get their shot in 2014.
 I don't see how they can amend it and be retroactive to season beginning. I know why you want that. But... someone will hire an attorney and attempt to say their suspension SHOULD have been overturned too and that they suffered an economic loss.... Lawyers suck... pro ball players are dumb... what good can come from that?   OH.... I agree what you said about Rice versus some weed smokers.
I heard on the radio today with an NfL reporter that if the NFLPA agree to the new agreement Gordon would be playing this year

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Post by Guest on Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:34 pm

diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Now that the cat has emerged from the bag regarding the possibility that a comprehensive new drug policy will benefit players suspended in recent weeks and months under the current rules, look for plenty of players to apply plenty of pressure to the NFLPA to get a deal done, ASAFP.
Last night’s report from the Packers-Seahawks pregame mentioned only Broncos receiver Wes Welker and Browns receiver Josh Gordon, but other players also would experience relief if the new policy applies retroactively on subjects like the shifting of offseason stimulant use to the substance-abuse policy and/or the increase of permissible marijuana metabolite concentration from 15 ng/ml to 150 ng/ml.
Players like Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick and Dolphins defensive endDion Jordan could suddenly find themselves getting a green light to play on Sunday, if a deal can be worked out today.  While it’s unclear whether the appropriate i’s can be dotted and t’s can be crossed in an expedited fashion, real progress had been made toward a new drug policy.  If both sides are motivated, a deal can get done.
Multiple sources have made it clear that the NFL is ready to get something done; the Commissioner himself said on the record two days ago that he’s been ready for three years.  And while the NFLPA may prefer to try to extract a few more concessions, the involvement of specific players with significant dollars and playing time at stake likely will result in the placement of significant pressure on the union to work things out.

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Post by Admin on Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:41 pm

captnbrojangles wrote:
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wyckedheart8 wrote:
Dmounts wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Looks like they changed the policy Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely. I guess that ISN'T it.

You cant compare what Rice did to smoking a little pot. I'm telling you if they agree to change the illeagle substance clause that suspended players will get their shot in 2014.
 I don't see how they can amend it and be retroactive to season beginning. I know why you want that. But... someone will hire an attorney and attempt to say their suspension SHOULD have been overturned too and that they suffered an economic loss.... Lawyers suck... pro ball players are dumb... what good can come from that?   OH.... I agree what you said about Rice versus some weed smokers.
I heard on the radio today with an NfL reporter that if the NFLPA agree to the new agreement Gordon would be playing this year
 I hope they do get it done. I'd like to see those players back too. It is only a matter of time till the entire marijuana thing will be legal, like alcohol... as it should be.
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Dmounts wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.
Now that the cat has emerged from the bag regarding the possibility that a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] will benefit players suspended in recent weeks and months under the current rules, look for plenty of players to apply plenty of pressure to the NFLPA to get a deal done, ASAFP.
Last night’s report from the Packers-Seahawks pregame mentioned only Broncos receiver [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and Browns receiver [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], but other players also would experience relief if the new policy applies retroactively on subjects like the shifting of offseason stimulant use to the substance-abuse policy and/or the increase of permissible marijuana metabolite concentration from 15 ng/ml to 150 ng/ml.
Players like Cowboys cornerback [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and Dolphins defensive end[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] could suddenly find themselves getting a green light to play on Sunday, if a deal can be worked out today.  While it’s unclear whether the appropriate i’s can be dotted and t’s can be crossed in an expedited fashion, real progress had been made toward a new drug policy.  If both sides are motivated, a deal can get done.
Multiple sources have made it clear that the NFL is ready to get something done; the Commissioner himself said on the record two days ago that he’s been ready for three years.  And while the NFLPA may prefer to try to extract a few more concessions, the involvement of specific players with significant dollars and playing time at stake likely will result in the placement of significant pressure on the union to work things out.
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Post by Guest on Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:46 pm

Looks like the players union isn't ready to vote on it yet.

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Post by Randell60 on Wed Sep 10, 2014 9:15 am

diehardsteersfan wrote:
Randell60 wrote:
Admin wrote:
captnbrojangles wrote:
diehardsteersfan wrote:
Dmounts wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has a year off from football, so he needed a job.
And now he has one. Gordon is going to work as a “goodwill ambassador” for the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Ohio.
He will work in all aspects of the dealership, including selling cars. He’ll also represent them at community events, including for the Wounded Warrior Project.
I thought that Josh was heading over to California to be a pot tester for the new pot farmers over there.   geek


He can car pool with Blount and Bell lol!
 LOL... the Pittsburgh version of the "Doobie Brothers"

Coming to theaters this fall: "Careers, Up In Smoke." Starring Blount, Bell and Gordon. cheers

Wait, shouldn't it be...Bell and Gordon smoking their blount?

Wouldn't that be a gay porno?  LOL
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Post by Guest on Wed Sep 10, 2014 9:56 pm

I have a feeling Diehard would like that. LOL  Suspect

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Post by wyckedheart8 on Fri Sep 12, 2014 8:45 pm

diehardsteersfan wrote:
wyckedheart8 wrote:Good deal, but I am hoping that the NFL and the players union settles this new drug/suspension policy within the next wek, if that happens that means Josh Gordon will be able to play.

Obviously, you are living in dream land.  Josh Gordon will be punished for the allotted time.  Nothing is going to change that plan or they'll have to change the policy for Ray Rice and give him 4-more weeks of suspension.  Once you are punished, that's it.

Then I guess Dream land is where its at because Josh Gordon WILL play this season, look for him around week 10, too bad the NFL fked up this years schedule by having Cleveland play Pittspuke in the first 5 weeks of the season, dream land is here.
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Post by Guest on Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:34 pm

NFLPA has unanimously approved the terms of a new drug policy.
The biggest changes will include testing for HGH and a higher threshold for a positive marijuana test. If finalized by Sunday, Wes Welker and Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick will be immediately reinstated and available to play this week. Josh Gordon's suspension is expected to be reduced to 10 games, potentially putting him on track to return in Week 12.

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