There's some serious stuff happening here. First, the Jets may have cost the Niners a chance at getting Crabtree in camp much earlier, giving him enough time to learn the offense and contribute Week One. So they should be punished severely.
Secondly, Deion Sanders is obviously a schill and likely a recruiter for Eugene Parker. He just ruined Dez Bryant's season, and played a very slimy role in the whole Crabtree fiasco. The fact that the NFL employs him makes it even more despicable, particularly that day when he announced that Crabtree didn't need the money..."You can't miss what you never had." There was so much slime and bias behind that whole speech. (Mad Dog sentry turrets armed).
I think what the NFL is afraid of is that they will not only have to discipline the Jets, but also to let go of Deion Sanders for what is the most obvious case of conflict of interest
I've ever seen in professional sports. I just don't see how they can keep Sanders in lieu of recent events. How can they not discipline him for the Dez Bryant suspension?
So regarding the NFL, who made an example of us over a few missed calls to Lance Briggs' agent, the Niners should tell them they can go to hell if they expect us to let this go away.