Money is always a private matter especially when it allows hopefully a nice standard of living. Both sides did their share of mud slinging here or POV press releases so John Spanos isn't exactly immune from criticism or a paragon of virtue here either.
Now, if Joey wants to cut negotiations off completely & enter the draft next yr again, that's his decision.
Guess Ferguson and Turbin aren't impressing our coaches. Would love to see us upgrade our running back situation, but Ridley isn't the answer IMO.
Damn, I wish we had Darren Sproles like five years ago.
It really isn't much of a private matter when both the Chargers and Bosa's agent are making press releases about the situation. If the Chargers and Bosa wanted to keep it private they should of continued the holdout and kept out of the press. Really they fueled their own fire.
Just one more thing & then I promise I'll drop this, when a guy says "this is what I would do if I were in his shoes" is really a veiled threat or backhanded slam symbolically shamming that player thru a guilt trip to fall in line. Now, I respect peoples opinions different from my own & they have every right to make them sure...Except for 1 thing: this contractual crossroads concerns 2 entities--the Chargers front office & Joey Bosa & it's his decision to walk away from the table or not not Jackson's.
Guilt trips have never worked on me ever since I was little so whenever I see a player or franchise engage in nonsense like this...I always call them out.
Hey there Amy,
Nice to meet ya & don't be shy. It's an awesome mixture of deep thinkers, jokesters, & diehard horseshoe fans here. All opinions & perspectives are welcome here. We have football fanatics, causal observers, & just curious people on here who like to vent, blow steam, broaden their horizons, & just chuckle at stuff the regulars always say. All team allegiances are encouraged to express themselves politely & peacefully here, which is pretty cool too.
I just watch the games at home on Direct TV Sunday ticket by myself usually.