Friday, November 9, 2007

Vikings Fine Player For Mourning Grandmother's Death

The Minnesota Vikings have fined wide receiver Troy Williamson one game paycheck, $25,588.24, for skipping three practices last week and last Sunday's game against San Diego to be with his family because of his grandmother's death.

Wow, I guess Williamson should be banned some games for personal conduct code violations of CARING FOR YOUR FUCKING GRANDMOTHER.

3 comments:

dook!e said...

APPARENTLY YOUR USE OF UPPER CASE CHARACTERS HAS CAUSED THE VIKINGS TO REPENT AND RETURN WILLIAMSON'S CHECK! KUDOS!

Nick Pomazak said...

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Kenneth said...

Do something shitty, get ragged on by the public and media, then "repent" so you don't look like the a-holes you really are. Yes, Kudos to you, Vikings organization.

How does the NFL not have a policy to deal with this type of situation? It's a basic HR issue for all big companies.