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  • #31
    Jarvis Jenkins suspended four games, leaving Jenkins “shocked and confused”

    Posted by Mike Florio on July 26, 2013, 4:17 PM EDT


    The NFL has announced that Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins has been suspended four games for violating the league’s policy regarding performance-enhancing substances.

    He’ll be permitted to participate in training camp and the preseason. He’ll then be gone until Monday, September 30.

    The Redskins have released a statement from Jenkins in which he attempts to undermine the notion that he cheated.

    “When I learned that I tested positive for a substance that is banned under the NFL policy, I was shocked and confused,” Jenkins said. “It’s an obscure substance that I’ve never even heard of, and I still don’t know how it got into my body. My only guess is that it came from one of the supplements I was taking around the time of the test, even though none of them listed anything banned.”

    Players are responsible for whatever is in their bodies, so it doesn’t matter. The league has an approved list of supplements that do not contain banned substances. If a guy goes off that list, he does so at his own risk.

    And nothing he says — whether it’s “I’m shocked and confused” or “I had a prescription” or “the supplement was spiked” or “my dog ate my homework then peed in my sample cup” or anything aimed at making him look like something other than a cheater — changes the fact that, whether he knew it or not, he was indeed cheating.

    We just wish one of the players who is caught cheating would simply admit to it, instead of trying to downplay it.

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    • #32
      We just wish one of the players who is caught cheating would simply admit to it, instead of trying to downplay it.
      I said the same thing while listening to Von Miller yesterday.

      He has to know that know one believes his story; especially since the announcement of his impending suspension came on the heels of the Ryan Braun news.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Iamtdg View Post
        Holy shit. That can't be real, can it?
        It's clearly fake.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by EZ22 View Post
          It's clearly fake.
          Young Cowboys Supporters Create Clever Response To Crying Redskins Fan's Meltdown


          In case you missed it, last week a crestfallen Redskins fans posted a teary video to YouTube after she failed to score an autograph at Washington's first day of training camp.

          The video was so outrageous that many wondered if it was actually real.

          We now have confirmation: It was real, and it was spectacular.

          The woman, named Kimberly Lewis, told Richmond's NBC affiliate that she is four months pregnant, so her excessive emotionality may be due to her hormones.

          While that's very understandable, it is too late for Lewis to retract her over-the-top clip. The video currently has more than a quarter of a million views on YouTube and has made her somewhat of an Internet celebrity.

          And as you can imagine, it's not hard for people to have some fun with Lewis' video. Take these young Cowboys fans, for instance. In a recently uploaded video entitled "Cowboys response to redskins training camp fail," three boys are wearing Dallas gear and sitting at a table with some signed memorabilia. They are wiping their eyes with napkins and are pretending to hold back tears.

          "We just spent two and a half hours at the Dallas Cowboys training camp," the first boy says, "and we only got everything."

          The line is a clear jab at Lewis, who says she spent all day at Redskins camp and came away empty-handed.

          "And we got these VIP passes," chimes in another boy while pretending to hold back tears, "We only got to stand by the players, not on the field."

          Boo hoo.

          You've got to hand it to these boys (and their parents, probably): This is a funny video and a cute response to Lewis' overreaction. We're not sure what it is about the Cowboys-Redskins rivalry, but fans of these teams have produced some excellent, biting videos of late.

          Link to the page with the story and video (can't find just the clip): http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/clip...-fans-meltdown


          Link to the story about the woman: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...raph-meltdown/

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          • #35
            That's gay.

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              • #37
                ...but there's still more space!

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                • #38
                  I assume that was Jerry holding the camera and those were his grandkids. Either that or this was filmed by some AT&T execs.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by mschmidt64 View Post
                    Except Native Americans aren't saying that it's offensive. Only a very small, idiotic percentage of them are.
                    Maybe they'll be offended by this.




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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by NoDak View Post
                      Maybe they'll be offended by this.






                      What the frick????

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                        • #42
                          After last night's win, certainly there has to be some good posts on that board to make fun of.

                          Get to it, boys.
                          2013 DCC Fantasy Football Champeen

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                          • #43
                            Burgold



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                            Posted Today, 06:44 AM


                            I have to wonder if the refs got a call at halftime. They called the game a bit differently 2nd half than first. Goodell was in the audience and I wonder if he thought the screw job was just a bit too obvious. Ironically, the refs gave the game probably a 17 point swing just on special teams. The punt that hit the Cowboy player was ours. Passive my arse, they were both engaging each other actively and let's remember the call that went against us a few years ago. Both long returns had really obvious blocks in the back. The first one especially keyed the return.



                            Second half seemed to be called better or at least more equally. First half, the refs did everything in their power to hand the game to the Cowboys and then they rubber stamped their victory with the Costas... The Redskins are evil commentary.





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                            • #44
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                              Posted Today, 07:08 AM


                              I am trying to be calm and not post what I really feel right now. The truth of the matter is we were playing against an AVERAGE team that didn't have their best pass rusher for 3 quarters, had scrubs on their DL, lost their RB very early so they were totally one dimensional and we still managed to get blown out. Let that sink in for a while.



                              Special teams? Sure they are special. Specially retarded. The special team coach should never have gotten on the plane let along still have a job today.



                              RGIII, he looked like a guy that couldn't hit the side of a barn beyond 20 yards down field. Sugar coated all you want, blame it on what you want, he looks like a rookie out there, horrible pocket presents, locks on to a receiver and I think that is part of the problem with the D closing in on the primary receiver because they read him like a world class novel. If you don't believe me, just look at the play which he actually completed for a first to Hank on the outside when right in front of him Reed was so wide open he probably could have gotten 30 yards just by turning a walking down the field. Lets face facts RGIII has not looked like a QB since that first injury with the Ravens.



                              Kyle, he called a terrible game, personally I would have gone stretch run after stretch run with a DL that was again a bunch of scrubs.



                              Face it people we are 1-4 with the easiest by far part of our schedule. Also face facts about RGIII he is an average QB at best when he can't run the ball and this year they best we can hope for is for him to learn. You guys understand he has faced so far some of the worse Defenses in the League?



                              Personally I am done caring, I will just watch our so called football team without being emotional invested until someone in that organization understands its not about making RGIII feel good but playing the best players we have available in each position.



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                              • #45
                                Nevermind the fact that you can blatantly see the redskin pushing BW back into the ball from the side move.
                                #Fire Garrett

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