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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    lol wow, what a return!! maybe we'll see him next year.


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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    I dont know who it was but that guy on the steelers stepped on him on purpose, looked pretty painful....He will be back next year and I bet he has 1000 yards with a new team....


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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    "IBleedPurple28" wrote:
    I dont know who it was but that guy on the steelers stepped on him on purpose, looked pretty painful....He will be back next year and I bet he has 1000 yards with a new team....
    i don't think so.. its not hard to lose your footing when theres guys all over the ground, the ground is soaked & muddy, and you're going for the fumble


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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    I dont think it wa sintetional i think he ws eyed in on the ball and going for the ball.

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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    I watched the video and on one angle it definitely looked intentional, slippery footing or not.
    It appeared like he went out of his way to stomp on his shoulder.

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    POSTED 6:45 p.m. EST, November 29, 2007

    WAS RICKY HURT ON A CHEAP SHOT?
    by Michael David Smith

    Dolphins running back Ricky Williams' comeback ended after just six carries Monday night, when he was knocked on the ground, face down, and Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons stepped on his shoulder, tearing his pectoral muscle:

    [youtube=425,350]gQ13Sy52bQE[/youtube]

    Now some people are asking: Did Timmons do it intentionally?

    David J. Neal of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins reviewed the tape of Timmons stepping on Williams and decided against any type of formal complaint to the league office because they believe Timmons' step was "just an unfortunate accident."

    But Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated isn't buying that explanation. "An absolutely filthy play" is how Zimmerman described it. Zimmerman writes that he re-watched the tape and saw "Timmons deliberately veering off and coming down hard with his left foot to pin Williams to the ground and keep him from recovering the fumble."

    Complicating matters is that the footing at Heinz Field was so bad Monday night that it would be easy for a player to step somewhere he didn't mean to step -- or easy for a player to step on another player intentionally and blame the poor footing.
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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    "Prophet" wrote:
    I watched the video and on one angle it definitely looked intentional, slippery footing or not.
    It appeared like he went out of his way to stomp on his shoulder.

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    POSTED 6:45 p.m. EST, November 29, 2007

    WAS RICKY HURT ON A CHEAP SHOT?
    by Michael David Smith

    Dolphins running back Ricky Williams' comeback ended after just six carries Monday night, when he was knocked on the ground, face down, and Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons stepped on his shoulder, tearing his pectoral muscle:

    [youtube=425,350]gQ13Sy52bQE[/youtube]

    Now some people are asking: Did Timmons do it intentionally?

    David J. Neal of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins reviewed the tape of Timmons stepping on Williams and decided against any type of formal complaint to the league office because they believe Timmons' step was "just an unfortunate accident."

    But Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated isn't buying that explanation. "An absolutely filthy play" is how Zimmerman described it. Zimmerman writes that he re-watched the tape and saw "Timmons deliberately veering off and coming down hard with his left foot to pin Williams to the ground and keep him from recovering the fumble."

    Complicating matters is that the footing at Heinz Field was so bad Monday night that it would be easy for a player to step somewhere he didn't mean to step -- or easy for a player to step on another player intentionally and blame the poor footing.
    OK good I was not the only one that was questioning this play.

    I guess it really doesnt matter now, We'll see you next year Ricky!

    Too bad you can't smoke to heal your wounds haha.


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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    Very unlucky that RW is out for the season, and extremely unlucky for Cam Cameron. This could be an 0-16 season for the Dolphins now. Cameron would be fired and would never be rehired as an NFL head coach. His career as an NFL coach would be 0-16.

    OTOH, for RW, although it sucks to be injured and rehabbing, the small bright spot is he doesn't have to play for Cameron, who will certainly be fired at the end of the year. As long as he stays clean he'll be able to come back and be a force next year.


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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    Not bad for someone who people counted out a while ago.

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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    He must have found a legal masking agent

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    Re: Ricky "Rasta" Williams...

    Go Ricky

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