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NFLs progressive rookie symposium cant hide warts

NFLs progressive rookie symposium cant hide warts
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The NFL took down a video from NFL.com on Sunday http://www.nflgiantsofficialonlines.com/GIANTS-ERECK-FLOWERS-JERSEY that should have never been up. It imparted a message to 2014 rookies that they should never have heard. It featured a "life lesson" that should never have been given. Now the question is: what "life lesson" is the league, not the rookies, going to learn about this video. In the video, former NFL great Cris Carter, standing in the gold Hall of Fame jacket every rookie aspires to someday wear, spoke about the need to find a "fall guy" to take the heat and perhaps the jail time when a player in the league runs afoul of the law. "If you all got a crew, you got to have a fall guy in the crew," Carter told the new NFL players last year. "If you all have a crew, one of those fools got to know, he's the one going to jail. We'll get him out." A place in the NFL requires an elevated Justin Pugh Womens Jersey sense of accountability, not a scapegoating scheme. Designating a "fall guy" not only places a false value on a player's worth, but it devalues the worth of a friendship. It turns an athlete into a commodity; it turns a relationship into a transaction. "This was an unfortunate and inappropriate comment made by Cris Carter during the 2014 NFC rookie symposium," the NFL stated after a torrent of social media outrage on Sunday. "The comment was not representative of the message of the symposium or any other league program. The league's player engagement staff immediately expressed concern about the comment to Cris. The comment was not repeated in the 2014 AFC session or this year's symposium." It wasn't just the comment, though. Carter brought then-rookie Teddy Bridgewater onstage and basically turned him into a piggy bank. "Every dime that comes into Teddy is going http://www.nflgiantsofficialonlines.com/GIANTS-JOHNATHAN-HANKINS-JERSEY to be earned by him in this body," Carter said. "I let my homeboys know, if you all want to roll like this, then I need to know who's gonna be the fall guy, who's gonna be driving, because y'all is not going to all do the right stuff now, so I gotta teach you how to get around all this stuff."

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