Thread: Tice admits
03-11-2005, 11:29 PM #31
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"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
03-12-2005, 06:14 AM #32
Actually if they do take action with Tice they (for all intents and purposes) discredit their own integrity based on the scope of this issue and their obvious knowledge (and/or participation?) of it prior to this particualar episode.
Also, they set a precident.....every disgruntled player with 'inside' information can go get an attorney and share similar stories with the NFL, IRS and anyone else who might listen.
Perhaps the best action is to drag their feet (expected) until the interest dies down or turns to something else and then quietly send out a cautionary memo to every team then drop it.Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiam.
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