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Former Titans Comment on Team's Discipline Issues

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  1. goTitans.com A living legend.

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    SUMMARY: The Ravens WR Derrick Mason, CB Samari Rolle and QB Steve McNair commented yesterday on the discipline issues their former team has had to deal with this season. "We never had those types of problems down there," said Mason. "We had some problems, but (now) you're talking about problems on the field and problems off the field that are constant problems, not just one guy. You've got guys constantly doing the same things. McNair says that Coach Fisher is the one who is looking bad because of his player's actions. "I'm sad for Jeff," McNair said. "Jeff bent over backwards to protect me when I was there and to do things that made me better as a person, an individual. And the guy that's looking bad in the whole deal is him, and I feel sorry for him because Jeff deserves better than that."

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  2. Tam Camp Fodder

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    I think all three of the traitors can kiss my azz. They're the one with the "alledged" murderer playing with them.
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    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande

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    Rolle beat his wife. McNair had the DUI and gun charge. Not choir boys either.
  3. Tam Camp Fodder

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    True!! I guess they fit right in. No wonder they were so welcomed there. I guess they'll be going after Reynolds and Haynesworth next.
  4. Puck Pro Bowler

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    they can have Pac too
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    Just so long as they don't take our HC.
  6. abt1967 Guest

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    Do you always ignore facts and state ignorant remarks? If so, don't let facts stand in the way of whatever useless point you were trying to prove.
  7. Tam Camp Fodder

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    Ahhh nevermind, I had this whole reply typed out to you, but you know what, you aren't worth my time. Ignorance is bliss...you should know.

    http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/sports_issues/40799

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/news/2000/06/04/lewis_agreement/
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    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande

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    How about a convicted drug dealer?
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    Mac makes a good point. Fisher does go out of his way to protect his little hens. He did it with Mac, and he's caused most of this grief by going too far trying to protect Pacman.

    Unfortunately, Pac might not have survived the mental agony if Jeff didn't protect him last year. Who knows the type of player Pac would be now if Jeff threw him under the bus every fumble or stupid off the field incident.
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