LOL @ the Redskins

ZeroClub

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I just saw some of Goodall's statement re: not releasing the WTF investigation in order to protect the people who provided information. What a crock.

It is easy to understand why the NFL doesn't want the information to go public. Obviously this is a huge public relations nightmare; no wonder the NFL wants to keep the details under wraps.

To the lawyer types here: Do you think the NFL will be successful in keeping the details of this investigation from public scrutiny?

(I'm sure there is a range of opinions as to whether the NFL should be able to keep this investigation private, but I'm more curious about whether they'll be successful in keeping the more sensational / egregious details private).
 

bbgun

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Be sure to include the part where your daddy made himself a pest at the facility.
 
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