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3 minutes ago, RING OF HONOR said:

Me too....I dont have the energy...

@athell been giving them the business

I feel like sending him some money for his troubles

My venmo is athell80

:lol:

2 minutes ago, blkbigdog35 said:

Yeah I’m seeing him going in a lot on these threads!! :lol:

You guys just sit back and enjoy the ride, I got you :lol:

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Did you guys notice how DLed brought up Takk and Stocker fighting and asked DQ if he thought this crossed the line of too much contact?

I guarantee you he's going to write an article after this and try to insinuate that the Falcons are skirting the line of possibly breaking the "no contact" rules for OTA's.

WHY does this ****sucker get the first 2-3 questions in every one of these pressers??

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9 hours ago, Beef said:

Did you guys notice how DLed brought up Takk and Stocker fighting and asked DQ if he thought this crossed the line of too much contact?

I guarantee you he's going to write an article after this and try to insinuate that the Falcons are skirting the line of possibly breaking the "no contact" rules for OTA's.

WHY does this ****sucker get the first 2-3 questions in every one of these pressers??

Flash drive...

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15 hours ago, RING OF HONOR said:

Me too....I dont have the energy...

@athell been giving them the business

I feel like sending him some money for his troubles

There still hasn’t been a legitimate reason stating why OTA’s have no value for veteran players.  Not one.  Other than saying its voluntary. 

The more time your team comes together as a unit, the better off your team will be.

Here is the GOAT’s #1 rule on leadership & team building:

1. Leadership means building a team that's exhaustively prepared, but able to adjust in an instant

"The only sign we have in the locker room is from 'The Art of War.' 'Every battle is won before it is fought,'" says Belichick, who started breaking down films of opposing teams when he was 7 years old and hanging out with his dad, Steve, an assistant coach at Annapolis.

"You [have to] know what the opponents can do, what their strengths and weaknesses are ... [and] what to do in every situation," he says.

That ability — to adapt on a dime — is why Belichick says he spends so much time building teamwork, from having the team train with Navy SEALs, to organizing trivia nights, where, incidentally, all social media is banned.

Watch the full interview: Bill Belichick on leadership, winning, and Tom Brady not being a 'great natural athlete'

"Nobody is against [social media] more than I am. I can't stand it," Belichick says. "I think it's important for us, as a team, to know each other. Know our teammates and our coaches. To interact with them is more important than to be 'liked' by whoever on Chatrun." (In the same conversation, he also derided "InstaFace" in all seriousness.)

 

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