It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
IRVING, TEXAS — After the NFL fined Terrell Owens $35,000 for Saturday's spitting incident, Cowboys Coach Bill Parcells said Monday the club might penalize Owens further.
"We don't condone that kind of activity, that's for sure," Parcells said, though he added if the Cowboys do punish Owens, they won't make that punishment public.
Owens, who was not ejected from the game against the Atlanta Falcons because officials did not see him spit in the face of defensive back DeAngelo Hall, was not suspended by the league. A suspension would have hurt Dallas (9-5) more because Owens is the team's leading receiver and the Cowboys go into their next game needing a win to lock up the NFC East title.
While the way the Knicks began the brawl after the steal, you only escalated the situation. The way you sucker-punched the Knick after Mark Aguirre was holding you back, then the shot of you running away like a little girl disgusted quite a few people, fans and players alike. You should be ashamed of your actions, and you're lucky the NBA only handed down a 15-game suspension.
Originally posted by hotpinkurinalmint
He may not be a criminal, but he is a punk. Athletes are paid to perform on the field and not be clergymen or scholars off the field.
Vancouver Canucks all-star Todd Bertuzzi incited disgust and outrage when he blindsided Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore with a punch from behind on March 8, 2004.
Moore crumpled to the ice, and was hospitalized with three broken vertebrae in his neck and a concussion.
Originally posted by sardion2000
Your defense is uncalled for...