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He shouldn't have been suspended at all
Too severe a suspension
The right length of time
Too short a suspension
I've got a suspension bridge in my pants

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I would have gone for the season.
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What would have happened to someone on the street for the same thing?
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First thing I thought of when I saw the tape was " 'roid rage"

And now I hear Haynesworth MIGHT appeal the suspension. How does the NFLPA sign on with an appeal of a player's attempt to maim another player?

Diane
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And now I hear Haynesworth MIGHT appeal the suspension. How does the NFLPA sign on with an appeal of a player's attempt to maim another player?

I heard on the radio this morning that Gene Upshaw was almost apologetic about it, saying it is his job to automatically appeal any long suspension for a player.
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The right length of time

This was my vote. As I said in another thread, Haynesworth is going to lose about a half a million dollars in pay as a result of this suspension. That kind of financial blow ought to really hurt him.

Charles
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The Union is NOT appealing and while Haynesworth may meet with the commish, he's not appealing either:

http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9704964

Christina
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Good reading. Haynesworth is an excellent candidate for anger management. The Titans really ought to pursue that for him.

Charles
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Haynesworth is an excellent candidate for anger management. The Titans really ought to pursue that for him.


He's an even better candidate for management from the criminal justice system.
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He's an even better candidate for management from the criminal justice system.


He's no BJ Sams.
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Good reading. Haynesworth is an excellent candidate for anger management. The Titans really ought to pursue that for him.

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Sounds like the Ravens really ought to pursue him.
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Sounds like the Ravens really ought to pursue him.

wouldn't work out. He's only a meanie ON the field, with one exception, and in that, he was hiding behind a ton of steel and plastic, and he wasn't even convicted of anything. Besides, he wouldn't be truly remorseful if he were Raven material.

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Besides, he wouldn't be truly remorseful if he were Raven material.

If he were a Raven, he'd have gone to the locker room, gotten a knife, and gone back out and stabbed him.

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If he were a Raven, he'd have gone to the locker room, gotten a knife, and gone back out and stabbed him.


If he were a Raven, he would have had the knife on him and pulled it out like a Sharpie.
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