Haynesworth Reaching Out to Gurode

Haynesworth Reaching Out to Gurode

There are 31 comments on the The Associated Press story from Oct 3, 2006, titled Haynesworth Reaching Out to Gurode . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

Albert Haynesworth wanted to say he's sorry. All he got was a lot of unanswered ringing and a voice mailbox that was full.

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Gomer

Rochester, NY

#1 Oct 4, 2006
Interesting how they're always sorry after the fact..
craig

Finchville, KY

#2 Oct 4, 2006
that sucks
Offended

Milwaukee, WI

#3 Oct 4, 2006
If the jackass was so sorry why did he not only fling Gurode's helmet off but also stomp on his head........twice! No excuse. This goes way beyond unsportsmanlike conduct. He should be ashamed of himself for setting this kind of example for kids, especially his own.
INMATE

United States

#4 Oct 4, 2006
NOBODY SAW WHAT GURODE DID TO ALBERT BEFORE THE VIDEO. HE MAY VERY WELL HAVE PROVOKED HIM BY STOMPING ON HIS TOE OR GIVING HIM AN UPPERCUT HID BY HIS FOREARM. ALBERT CATCHES ALL THE HEAT BECAUSE THE VIDEO CAUGHT HIM AT THE END OF THE INCIDENT. THEY DON'T CALL IT THE COLISEUM FOR NOTHING. THE ROMANS ENJOYED IT AND SO CAN WE. THEY PAY THEM ENOUGH TO TAKE THE HEAT. JUST ENJOY THE GAMES.
Tim

Corvallis, OR

#5 Oct 4, 2006
So basically 'Inmate' it was more of a black thang???? I see, keepin' it real. Thanks for clearing that up for us bro..... pathetic. What would Haynesworth dad say???? Oh that's right, he's nowhere to be found!
INMATE wrote:
NOBODY SAW WHAT GURODE DID TO ALBERT BEFORE THE VIDEO. HE MAY VERY WELL HAVE PROVOKED HIM BY STOMPING ON HIS TOE OR GIVING HIM AN UPPERCUT HID BY HIS FOREARM. ALBERT CATCHES ALL THE HEAT BECAUSE THE VIDEO CAUGHT HIM AT THE END OF THE INCIDENT. THEY DON'T CALL IT THE COLISEUM FOR NOTHING. THE ROMANS ENJOYED IT AND SO CAN WE. THEY PAY THEM ENOUGH TO TAKE THE HEAT. JUST ENJOY THE GAMES.
e-z ed

United States

#6 Oct 4, 2006
pretty stupid move by albert, he's got more class than that and even if gurode did do something to provoke him during the play, you never payback AFTER THE PLAYS OVER. You wait till the start of the next play.
INMATE

United States

#7 Oct 5, 2006
LIKE I SAID, WE ONLY SAW THE END OF THE TAPE. WE NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO SEE WHAT UNSPEAKABLE THINGS GURODE MAY HAVE DONE TO ALBERT BEFORE IT. ALBERT WEIGHS 320 LBS. AND HE COULD HAVE EASILY CRUSHED GURODE'S SKULL LIKE AN EGGSHELL, BUT NOONE GIVES ALBERT ANY CREDIT FOR HIS RESTRAINT.
Ya Gotta B Kiddin

Kinston, NC

#8 Oct 5, 2006
The only thing dumber that Haynesworth's assault would be the postings attributed to "Inmate"...who...for some dumba$$ reason thinks that it's okay to stomp on someone's unprotected face while wearing a pair of football cleats!!! Could "Inmate" be your official job (as in permanently incarcerated in some type of penal institution) or is the name the direct result of a recent parole?!?!? Anyone who would condone this type of behavior is, for lack of a better term, a piece of s---!!
Tim

Mankato, MN

#9 Oct 5, 2006
INMATE wrote:
NOBODY SAW WHAT GURODE DID TO ALBERT BEFORE THE VIDEO. HE MAY VERY WELL HAVE PROVOKED HIM BY STOMPING ON HIS TOE OR GIVING HIM AN UPPERCUT HID BY HIS FOREARM. ALBERT CATCHES ALL THE HEAT BECAUSE THE VIDEO CAUGHT HIM AT THE END OF THE INCIDENT. THEY DON'T CALL IT THE COLISEUM FOR NOTHING. THE ROMANS ENJOYED IT AND SO CAN WE. THEY PAY THEM ENOUGH TO TAKE THE HEAT. JUST ENJOY THE GAMES.
That might be the dumbest thing I've ever heard. It's a wonder why you're in jail.Hmmmm. No excuse what so ever.
Mario Moron

Monrovia, CA

#11 Oct 5, 2006
thats is so gay i would od bite his ass up if i was him
INMATE

United States

#12 Oct 5, 2006
THE FACTS DON'T BEAR THAT OUT. TODAY WE ARE TOLD THAT GURODE WON'T BRING CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST ALBERT. THAT TELLS ME THAT GURODE KNOWS THAT HE INSTIGATED THE INCIDENT HIMSELF. DON'T TELL ME THAT ALBERT JUST DECIDED TO KICK GURODE IN THE HEAD FOR THE HECK OF IT. GURODE KNOWS THE TRUTH AND HE KNOWS THAT BLAMING ALBERT IS UNJUSTIFIED. UNLIKE MANY WHO SPECULATE HERE, HE KNOWS.
Deborah

Bergenfield, NJ

#13 Oct 5, 2006
Inmate you have issues. First of all, even if Gurode did something to Haynesworth -- what Haynesworth did is no way to resolve it. And, don't you think Haynesworth would say something was done to him if that were the case?

Haynesworth should not be allowed to make another dime in the football profession based on what he did. I don't understand Gurode's family telling him not to press criminal charges. Frankly I didn't know criminal charges were optional. I thought a prosecutor was obligated to press charges when a crime is committed. Can a person get away with murdering someone -- just because the family decides not to press charges? This whole thing makes no sense to me. All I know is Haynesworth was wrong and there's no excuse for what he did. It's scary to me how insensitive society has become to this sort of animalistic brutality.
Deborah

Bergenfield, NJ

#14 Oct 5, 2006
Tim wrote:
So basically 'Inmate' it was more of a black thang???? I see, keepin' it real. Thanks for clearing that up for us bro..... pathetic. What would Haynesworth dad say???? Oh that's right, he's nowhere to be found!
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Tim -- I don't agree with inmate; however I'm not sure I get your point .... "black thang?" What point are you trying to make here?
Deborah

Bergenfield, NJ

#15 Oct 5, 2006
INMATE wrote:
LIKE I SAID, WE ONLY SAW THE END OF THE TAPE. WE NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO SEE WHAT UNSPEAKABLE THINGS GURODE MAY HAVE DONE TO ALBERT BEFORE IT. ALBERT WEIGHS 320 LBS. AND HE COULD HAVE EASILY CRUSHED GURODE'S SKULL LIKE AN EGGSHELL, BUT NOONE GIVES ALBERT ANY CREDIT FOR HIS RESTRAINT.
Interesting! I think Albert should definitely be given an opportunity to have his day in court and present whatever his case is before a criminal jury. Perhaps you and he could be co-inmates.
INMATE

United States

#16 Oct 5, 2006
Deborah wrote:
Inmate you have issues. First of all, even if Gurode did something to Haynesworth -- what Haynesworth did is no way to resolve it. And, don't you think Haynesworth would say something was done to him if that were the case?
Haynesworth should not be allowed to make another dime in the football profession based on what he did. I don't understand Gurode's family telling him not to press criminal charges. Frankly I didn't know criminal charges were optional. I thought a prosecutor was obligated to press charges when a crime is committed. Can a person get away with murdering someone -- just because the family decides not to press charges? This whole thing makes no sense to me. All I know is Haynesworth was wrong and there's no excuse for what he did. It's scary to me how insensitive society has become to this sort of animalistic brutality.
DEBORAH,

ALBERT WON'T TALK ABOUT THE INCIDENT BECAUSE HE'S BEING A GENTLEMAN ABOUT IT. HE'S BIG ENOUGH TO ACCEPT THE BLAME FOR BOTH OF THEM AND APOLOGIZE. UNFORTUNATELY, MANY HERE WON'T EXTEND THE SAME COURTESY AND FORGIVENESS TO HIM, BUT HE'S SHOWING HERE THAT HE'S A BIG MAN IN OTHER WAYS THAN PHYSICAL SIZE.
Deborah

Bergenfield, NJ

#17 Oct 5, 2006
INMATE wrote:
<quoted text>
DEBORAH,
ALBERT WON'T TALK ABOUT THE INCIDENT BECAUSE HE'S BEING A GENTLEMAN ABOUT IT. HE'S BIG ENOUGH TO ACCEPT THE BLAME FOR BOTH OF THEM AND APOLOGIZE. UNFORTUNATELY, MANY HERE WON'T EXTEND THE SAME COURTESY AND FORGIVENESS TO HIM, BUT HE'S SHOWING HERE THAT HE'S A BIG MAN IN OTHER WAYS THAN PHYSICAL SIZE.
I see. Yeah -- it takes a very BIG man to stomp someone in the face with a cleat. Right on! You so silly. I know you don't believe the stuff you say. You're just having fun.
INMATE

United States

#19 Oct 6, 2006
SARAH wrote:
WHATS REALLY BAD IF THE INMATE IS A PRISONER AND HAVE ASSET TO A COMPUTER TO VOICE HIS OPION WHILE OUR CHILDREN DON'T HAVE ANY COMPUTERS TO DO WORK AT HOME. MAYBE THE INMATE CAN TELL ALBERT TO PURCHASE COMPUTERS FOR POOR CHILDREN WHEN HE GETS LOCKED UP AND THE CHILDREN WON'T BE AS DUMB AS THE INMATE AND AN ANIMAL LIKE ALBERT.
SARAH,

I DETECT A REAL PREJUDICE IN YOUR WRITING TOWARD PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN CALLED TO DONATE TIME TO THE PUBLIC. HAD YOU RATHER THEY SIT UNSTIMULATED AND LEAVE BITTER AND FULL OF REVENGE TOWARD A SOCIETY AS COLD AS YOU? IT'S A SHAME THAT YOU APPEAR INCAPABLE OF A SMALL AMOUNT OF THE HUMILITY THAT ALBERT HAS DISPLAYED.
Frank

Morrisville, PA

#20 Oct 6, 2006
Regardless of how wrong the act, I hope we all learn the answer to one of your qyestions from witnessing the power of forgiveness in Lancaster County right now...
Deborah wrote:
Inmate you have issues. First of all, even if Gurode did something to Haynesworth -- what Haynesworth did is no way to resolve it. And, don't you think Haynesworth would say something was done to him if that were the case?
Haynesworth should not be allowed to make another dime in the football profession based on what he did. I don't understand Gurode's family telling him not to press criminal charges. Frankly I didn't know criminal charges were optional. I thought a prosecutor was obligated to press charges when a crime is committed. Can a person get away with murdering someone -- just because the family decides not to press charges? This whole thing makes no sense to me. All I know is Haynesworth was wrong and there's no excuse for what he did. It's scary to me how insensitive society has become to this sort of animalistic brutality.
Frank

Morrisville, PA

#21 Oct 6, 2006
Regardless of how wrong the act, I hope you're getting a sense of the power of forgiveness from the families in Lancaster County right now...
Deborah wrote:
Inmate you have issues. First of all, even if Gurode did something to Haynesworth -- what Haynesworth did is no way to resolve it. And, don't you think Haynesworth would say something was done to him if that were the case?
Haynesworth should not be allowed to make another dime in the football profession based on what he did. I don't understand Gurode's family telling him not to press criminal charges. Frankly I didn't know criminal charges were optional. I thought a prosecutor was obligated to press charges when a crime is committed. Can a person get away with murdering someone -- just because the family decides not to press charges? This whole thing makes no sense to me. All I know is Haynesworth was wrong and there's no excuse for what he did. It's scary to me how insensitive society has become to this sort of animalistic brutality.
FED UP WITH IGNORANCE

Denver, CO

#22 Oct 6, 2006
I THINK THE PPL ON HERE ARE STRAYING AWAY FROM THE TOPIC HERE, WHAT DOES BEING BLACK OR AN INMATE TO DO WITH ANYTHING?? THATS SAD HOW PPL ARE SO IGNORANT AND LOOK FOR HAND-OUTS!!! LOOK PPL DISPLAY YOUR IGNORANCE ELSEWHERE. YES HE WAS WRONG AND ITS UP TO THE NFL TO PUNISH HAYNESWORTH BECAUSE AT THE END OF THE DAY HE STILL WILL BE PAID AND YOUR DAMN OPINION WONT COUNT

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