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Riley Cooper - Yes or No ?

Riley Cooper - Yes or No ?

I'd vote no...the guy's a jerk if he'd spew that kind a vermon at a concert. We don't need jerks...we need WR's who'll catch the ball and be good teammates/citizens.
Laurent Robinson is who we should pick up
If he's the missing piece to the Super Bowl puzzle then go sign him
Even if dude wasn't a dumbass that can't control his mouth, he's a scrub, so no.
How is this thread still open? Are we all really that bored? Lol
Lol isn't even a legit WR
HELL NO!!!!!! But, even more confusing is the 24% of use voted yes.
He could come in handy for us when we go out east to see the Bucs. Let Barron and Goldson focus their "attention" on him as we hit our other WR and TE for big gains.
[ Edited by Pillbusta on Aug 5, 2013 at 12:00 PM ]
we could probably benefit from all the late hit penalties on offense
Originally posted by blizzuntz:
we could probably benefit from all the late hit penalties on offense

Yes LOL! This might apply every contest unsportsmanlike penalties and the like. I am sure this is what Chip Kelley has in mind by keeping him on.
yes
Originally posted by ninersrule4:
Lol isn't even a legit WR

and our other backups are?? lmao hell no.
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
I'd vote no...the guy's a jerk if he'd spew that kind a vermon at a concert. We don't need jerks...we need WR's who'll catch the ball and be good teammates/citizens.

ah because we've never said anything ignorant drunk in our lives? but it's okay for someone to kill a dog with his own hands? if he would've said "n***a" then there wouldn't even be a story.
heck remember Lenoard Little...aka two time DUI killer?
kid made a mistake. land of second chances
Originally posted by wailers15:
Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
I'd vote no...the guy's a jerk if he'd spew that kind a vermon at a concert. We don't need jerks...we need WR's who'll catch the ball and be good teammates/citizens.

ah because we've never said anything ignorant drunk in our lives? but it's okay for someone to kill a dog with his own hands? if he would've said "n***a" then there wouldn't even be a story.
heck remember Lenoard Little...aka two time DUI killer?
kid made a mistake. land of second chances

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/887063-top-25-biggest-criminals-in-nfl-history
Originally posted by wailers15:
ah because we've never said anything ignorant drunk in our lives? but it's okay for someone to kill a dog with his own hands? if he would've said "n***a" then there wouldn't even be a story.
heck remember Lenoard Little...aka two time DUI killer?
kid made a mistake. land of second chances

I applaud the eagles for not cutting him initially because a lot of the players say the same thing during games and play the music in the locker room. Whether it be "a" or "er" it is still offensive to others saying it. If you cut Riley, you might have to cut a lot of other people too. The problem is that Riley is being viewed by a locker room of majority AA players as an undercover racist and unless this changes locker room chemistry is going to be disrupted added to the fact that you have a rookie head coach trying to get his program instilled into this ball club. Unfair as it may be to Riley that he is being given the cold shoulder the club has to do what they feel is best for them. Management might deem it necessary to rid themselves of Riley so that Chip gets a fair chance but in doing so I am afraid they are not giving Riley a fair chance to get a second opportunity