Richard Seymour pulled a Haynesworth???

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Bobo, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. Bobo

    Bobo Guest

    Just read that he did a stomp to Tarrik Glenn's head 2 weeks ago. Haven't found a video, but read a poster on another board saying it looked just like the Haynseworth incident. Big difference being Glenn had his helmet on.

    Did I just miss this big news story? Or was there no big story?
  2. Fry

    Fry #BringJalenHome

    i didnt hear anything about it either.
  3. Toly

    Toly Free your mind

    They showed the video on the CBS pre-game show. It looked exactly like the Haynesworth incident... the guy on the ground had his helmet on, though.
  4. Bobo

    Bobo Guest

    Huh, anyone think it's a bit off that this story was almost a no story? Al was all over the place. :suspect:
  5. TNThunder

    TNThunder Guest

    The difference in helmet or no helmet. Seymour actually kicked the guy in the chest more than the face, but he still did it. No foul.
  6. PhiSlammaJamma

    PhiSlammaJamma Critical Possession

    There is a conscious hurdle of helmet vs. no helmet tho'. I gotta believe that. If he has his helmet on it's a little different than if a player doesn't have his helmet on. And I think it's a big difference. I could see a player wacking another guy on the helmet, but not without. That's a whole different level.
  7. Toly

    Toly Free your mind

    Is chest a synonymous for head?
  8. A.D.

    A.D. Thank you, Bud. R.I.P. Staff

    Haynesworth leads the fan voting in an AOL poll for sports "Turkey of the Year". Big Al presently has 36% of the vote, with Maurice Clarett and Barry Bonds each tallying 21%. Haynesworth's picture is the first one featured in the article.
  9. Bobo

    Bobo Guest

    I'd like to see the video myself. Head, chest, both? What I read was that he kicked him in the head a few times.
  10. SephirothSK

    SephirothSK Camp Fodder

    If I were Fish I would be more pissed about the way Haynesworth acted immediately after the incident than what he did.
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