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NFL says Jets' wall violated rules

Posted on: December 15, 2010 5:45 pm
Edited on: December 15, 2010 6:05 pm
 
Posted by Andy Benoit

Ray Anderson, the NFL’s VP of football operations (and star of the “legal/illegal hits” video from earlier this season) said Wednesday that where the Jets assistants were lined up during Sal Alosi’s tripping play was “improper”.

"There are protocols where players are supposed to be,” Anderson told CBSSports.com's Will Brinson and reporters at the owners' meeting in Dallas on Wednesday. Apparently, their alignment violated playing rules.

If this is the case, it’s somewhat curious that officials did not ask the members of the wall to move. Players and coaches on the sideline are constantly being told to back up during the course of a game.

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Since: Jun 14, 2007
Posted on: December 15, 2010 7:23 pm
 

NFL says Jets' wall violated rules

So, according to you, LT is "deranged" because he thinks the guy is a great conditioning coach?  What does that have to do with the tripping incident?  A guy can be a great coach and still make a bonehead mistake. 
But LT didn't have his crystal ball out and now you say he's deranged... what a moron



Since: Sep 16, 2010
Posted on: December 15, 2010 7:07 pm
 

NFL says Jets' wall violated rules

LT ordered it.  Isn't he calling the shots around that place?  Earlier in the season he called the Jets the "best team he ever played on, best coaching, etc..."  Then about two weeks ago praised Alosi for being the "best strength and conditioning coach" he's ever trained with.  I know that you lose your step in your thirties, but your mind also?  Signs of dementia, LT.  You shouldv'e stayed humble and kept your deranged thoughts to yourself.


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