No, no, no, not Sandy Koufax or Jackie Robinson, or Fernando, or even that lefthanded pitcher they have now.
And not somebody from the 1960′s and the draft.
No, this is the guy who is commissioner of the NFL. That Dodger.
The guy who has tried to rewrite civil law in the United States. The guy who EARNED over $40,000,000 in 2013. The guy who really thinks EVERYBODY believes that he never knew anything.
I’m sorry, is he a graduate of Penn State? (Possible)
Or is he just a “Seinfeld” episode? (No, not intelligent enough)
He has a plan, but he’ll get back to us during the Super Bowl, probably during halftime, to explain the plan.
What this tells me is that that other plan, to have the Super Bowl halftime performers pay for that privilege, isn’t working out, so he needs something to fill that 45 minutes,
But, no, the real idea is to have the world forget about all of this in five months.
And have you ever noticed that independent investigations always turn out in favor of whomever hired the indy investigators? Think Penn State, again, both sides.
And have you noticed that in the middle of all of this the NFL sent out info saying that yeah, maybe, there’s about a 33% chance of head injuries if you play football?
Of course, you might also become concussed by banging your head in an elevator, but the NFL security staff is still trying to find video evidence to prove that theory. I bet they find that stuff really quickly.
And what committee were those four women hired to be on? What are they looking into? All these committees, all these studies, little common sense.
Meanwhile, all those people with really, really bad sunburns are still pissed about that Washington team.
Can’t wait for next week’s turmoil. (Moil, “Seinfeld” episode, right?)