First of all, we do not know what Robert Kraft did, or what he paid for, or if he paid for anything. All we can say with certainty is something illegal was going on at that place. What it was, we don't know. Did you know in Ireland they are disallowed to put anyone's name on accusations publicly until convicted? I wish our Country was like that. It would avoid a lot of this bullshit.
Second of all, Mark Murphy has people who no matter what he does will spite him (ahem). Therefore, him talking, (which is something I do not want him to do!) is most definitely going to be an issue. Hell, don't we all want him to shut up and sit down and do his thing behind the scenes? So now we're gonna whine that he is NOT talking?
This is the off-season. Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers both hold some blame here. Who has more? Who has less? Why does it matter? I am so appalled at how our society always wants blood. Always want someone to blame. There is no empathy, no attempt at empathy of any sort. Just bring out the pick axes and start swinging!
On this massage thing, I lean towards the articles inference it was a rumor (speculated to have been started by Aaron) of some sort. I don't know how it would be started by any player because the other players would have to know if he wasn't there, right?
I agree with you completely.
Mike is now being compared to Rober Craft.
Didn't take long for the jokes to start.
On this site as well as nationally.
First thing on The Fan this morning was Taz and Moose tearing up Mike, talking LIKE IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED!
Their show is everything wrong about sports talk radio today.
Cheesey had it right.
The more Jerry Springer like the better.
I'll guarantee you Robert Craft will get off with a slap on the wrist from the NFL, some legal technicality will get the case thrown out of court.
I'm just wondering how much it's gonna cost him to make the video disappear?
TMZ ever gets ahold of the video, not going to be good for Craft.
Funny how some will believe anything that is written about Mike McCarthy, yet when it comes to others,(Robert Craft) they ask where's the evidence.