Roethlisberger should be suspended

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Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is once again in trouble for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman.

With this being the second reported incident in six months National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell needs to suspend him immediately and indefinitely.

As important as Roethlisberger is to the Steelers he is not above the law and should be subject to the same treatment as any other person would be.

That means Roethlisberger should be suspended indefinitely until this issue is resolved, especially with the possibility of jail time if charged and convicted..

What people need to remember is that when the Personal Conduct Policy was implemented Goodell stated that there doesn’t need to be an actual charge to be suspended.

Obviously, Roethlisberger is using his status as a NFL quarterback to hookup with women, which is now coming back to bite him in the ass.

In the end its time for big Ben to take a trip to the pine.

Just retire Schobel

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According to the Buffalo News, via ProFootballTalk.com, Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Aaron Schobel still has not made up his mind if he is going to retire or play in 2010.

As Buffalo Bills Hall of Famer Bruce Smith would say once you think about retirement your retired.

That means when a player thinks about retirement his full effort is just not there, because his heart isn’t into playing anymore.

That translates into his performance dropping off as the year goes on, especially if the Bills were losing all the time.

In the end it is time for the Bills to move on and start fellow outside linebacker Aaron Maybin.

Its a one man operation

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In the comments section today I noticed a comment on the errors in articles.

I appologize for them, but this is a one man operation as of right now.

With going to college fulltime for journalism and media production, being a father of two, holding a job to pay some of the bills, and being the only driver in my house things hectic.

It is probably a good idea to hire an editor, but since the site has no revenue stream at his point that is highly unlikely.

In the end I will try to remember to read over an article before I post it.

What does the Spiller report mean?

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According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Buffalo Bills will be meeting next week with former Clemson running back C.J. Spiller.

With Spiller expect to go in the top 10 of the upcoming in National Football League Draft what does this news mean?

What Bills fans need to remember is that head coach Chan Gailey had a very high opinion of running back Marshawn Lynch when talking about him.

So, what the new means is simply that the Bills are doing their due dilligence on all the prospects as you never know who is going to be there when it comes time for them to pick.

In the end Bills are not taking Spiller with the ninth overall pick as they have other needs.

Bills dropped the ball on offensive line

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According to Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network, the Buffalo Bills have sifgned offensive tackle Cornel Green.

Simply, the Bills dropped the ball.

Green was signed to a three year $9 million contract.

It is expected that Green will start at right tackle as he started 12 games last year for the Raiders at right tackle.

Green has bounced around the National Foottball League.in his 12 seasons.

The signing would be a good one if Green was to simply be a backup, because 34 year old offensive linemen cannot be relied upon to stay healthy.

There are two reasons for signing Green the first being depth at the offensive tackle position and the other as a insurance policy if they don’t grab an offensive lineman in the first coupLe rounds.

In the end with Green being penalized 12 times in 12 games they will reget making him a starter.