Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Trumpet_Man, Sep 20, 2006.
Yeah, he could've at least sponged off of somebody who actually has some game.
:icon_high: You must be high... :icon_high:
:icon_rofl: - U suck as well
Saw your pictures from the tailgate.
No guns to speak of, sorry to say. :no:
Kept em hidden Bro. Didn't want to scare the children.
Watch out, TK has guns, and skillz.
Our banter is funnier than their's.
Okay, I'll be serious for one post. You two make a nice-looking couple. If you come down to SD next year, I'll try to make it down.
Banter = gey sex?
Maybe in the south it does, no wonder you banter with all the guys here. Your actually making passes at us all..
I feel so used....:icon_eek:
Banter is a borderline gay word to use in a football forum.
So is the phrase "decorative shams or duvet covers"
That would be cool. We're going to make the home opener a yearly trip.
Well Jan. 1st will dictate your future plans real quick. Do you like Texas ?
You're borderline gay for even knowing what those two phrases mean.
Yep. Spent a couple of years there. Had some good times.
:lol: It is a possibility!
Borderline = Flaming?
When I saw the bill come in I had to ask multiple times - what the fuc is this and then had to be shown and then wished I never heard that fuggin word. :icon_evil:
His sister did warn alluv us somethin like this might happen!!:no: :icon_shrug: :icon_huh:
It's only money, brother.
Back on topic.
McCardell a trendsetter:
McCardell began trend of forcing deals
Before receivers Deion Branch, Javon Walker, Ashley Lelie and Eric Moulds forced 2006 trades because of unhappiness with existing deals or playing situations, Chargers veteran Keenan McCardell was the forerunner for today's brand of forced free agency.
In McCardell's case, his freedom from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers cost him $1.5 million, the amount in bonus money he was ordered by an arbitrator to repay the Bucs after his October 2004 trade in exchange for two San Diego draft picks. With five catches in Sunday's 40-7 throttling of Tennessee, McCardell has 831 career receptions, surpassing Larry Centers for ninth all-time in league history.
"If you want to call it a trend, you can say I led the way," McCardell says. "Those guys really felt like I felt. They felt like they outperformed something."
McCardell, 36, held out nearly half the 2004 season before his trade was orchestrated two hours before the trade deadline expired. Branch was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a first-round 2006 pick, insisting he had outperformed his contract. McCardell played a key role in Tampa Bay's Super Bowl XXXVII win and empathizes with Branch, New England's Super Bowl XXXIX MVP.
"I know what Deion Branch is feeling because it cost me $1.5 million," McCardell says. "Right now, he's happy to be back on the field playing."
Well i got good news for him, People are saying San Diego is turning into Pittsburgh west. lol
Mabye that could convince him.
I think returning home would be good enough
PIttsburgh vs. San Diego in terms of place to live? Come on!
And McCardell was a bit different then what happened with Branch and others in that there was a promise, but yeah I'm a bit biased
Or its like the NFL handing us the Vincent Lombardi :icon_rofl: :icon_rofl:
Id take either one of those guys too :icon_mrgreen:
Dont know why or how Smith got linked to us but i sure wot hold my breath even talking about it....after this that is
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