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    what does this rookie training camp stuff at the side of my name? and he viking heads too?

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    "slowlow" wrote:
    what does this rookie training camp stuff at the side of my name? and he viking heads too?
    It categorizes you by the number of posts you make on the board. Everyone starts out as a rookie...
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    no everyone starts out as waterboy

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    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    "slowlow" wrote:
    what does this rookie training camp stuff at the side of my name? and he viking heads too?
    It categorizes you by the number of posts you make on the board. Everyone starts out as a rookie...
    Hmmmm... I thought I started out as the tackling dummy!!! :clown:
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    I say no fine he should be terminated for doing this for several years.
    can we clone Bud Grant?

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    I say no fine he should be terminated for doing this for several years.
    DAn3ski, I always agree with you! Fire his A$$! He lies and cheats. Thanks Tice, I am guessing no Vikings fan wanted those tickets!

    And Randy Moss is a bad guy for mooning Lambeau and leaving a game 3 seconds early?

    Come on Red, time to bring out the coach behind curtain #1!
    something witty and comical... followed by genuine sarcasm.

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    i think this is a pretty big deal. i'm used to off-season drama, but it's usually the PLAYERS who are causing the problems and the coach is charged with putting out the fire. when this kind of crap is coming from the COACH, it can only have negative effects all the way down.

    it's tough to replace a coach when we don't even know for sure who the OWNER's going to be, but that didn't stop the moss trade or any FA signings. i say replace tice. the sooner the better. get this behind us and move forward into the draft.

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    This is more than a bit hypocritical. Before Super Bowl XXXIX, the New England Patriots farmed out distribution of Super Bowl "travel packages,' to a company called Prime Sport Packages. According to a story in the Feb. 1 Boston Globe, Prime Sport was selling $500 and $600 face value tickets for $2,200, and couching the markup as a package. It isn't surprising that Prime Sports was marking up the tickets; the company is one of the partners of RazorGator, a ticket brokerage that calls itself "the most trusted brand in the industry' on its Web site. A cynic could make a very strong argument that the NFL, in cahoots with the Patriots, was engaged in ticket scalping of the very type for which it is investigating Tice.

    The rest of the story at link:

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2005/writers/tim_layden/03/10/scalping/index.html


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    That's definitly an interesting point, and I agree, back off tice.
    By the sound of it, EVERYONE is doing it.
    Maybe not Head Coachs but sounds like annual business.

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    yep , i heard that this is going on in every camp. so it souldn't be that big a deal , .... but since it has become such a huge media event the nfl will be forced to " make an example " out of tice to show the ever watchful eye of the media the head they're looking for . may not be as harsh as firing or banning . whistle blowers are a hard aspect of life that always throw a wrench in the system and you eithier love them or hate them. usually the later . i expect a large fine , restitution , possibly some sort of suspension

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