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... suspension for Carder. It appears there was no further punishment for the linebacker. His teammate at the time, Scott Fujita, retweeted a letter condemning Carder's tweet . Comment?
... and I have ever done," Michel says. "To see our life in front of us in two hours." When Gleason's "NFL brother" Scott Fujita returned to New Orleans in 2010 as a linebacker for the Cleveland Browns, he already was on tenterhooks. The prospect of ... Comment?
... the same for the country. I know there are truly good people with big hearts who were part of the league, like Scott Fujita and Amy Trask. Maybe it's Dr. Bennet Omalu, who forced the NFL to recognize CTE. Maybe it's all of the players collectively. ... Comment?
The excitement of the 2016 NFL Draft continues as special guests participate in the Draft festivities by announcing various picks throughout the three day celebration. The Saints will have a couple extra guests enjoy the Draft festivities on Friday night as former New Orleans RB Deuce McAllister and OLB Scott Fujita announce the team's second and third round picks, respectively. Comment?
Did you know that the Cleveland Browns hired Hue Jackson as their new head coach? Did you also know that mixing Hue Jackson and multiple draft picks is like mixing Cam Newton and a room full of ornery reporters? Too soon? Ok, then it's like Floyd Mayweather with a brick of cash at a strip club. He'll make it rain, baby! Better? As a reminder : In October 2011, after Scott Fujita, of the Cleveland Browns no less, pancaked the shit out of Jason Campbell and his collar bone, the Raider's starting QB at the time, current head coach, Hue Jackson, famously traded a 2012 1st round pick and a conditional pick in 2013 that turned out to be a 2nd rounder, for Carson Palmer, who at the time was sitting at home watching cartoons on his big screen TV. Comment?
... With Bryant Gumbel estimates that 50 to 60 percent of the league's players use marijuana. Former NFL linebacker Scott Fujita told Showtime's Jim Rome he estimates 30 to 50 percent of current players smoke marijuana. Former Atlanta Falcons running ... Comment?
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