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Criminal element in the NFL(5 posts)

Criminal element in the NFLStarliner
Jan 10, 2002 2:22 PM
We all hear of the criminal element in sports, but something I read today in the sports section caught my attention...

i "Forty-four former Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders added six more NFL teams to their suit claiming players watched them through peepholes from the visiting team's locker room as they showered and changed. The suit...names 29 teams as plaintiffs....."

Maybe the guys are just getting even for having to change and take showers in front of female media types.
Yeah, I'm sure that was it. Good thinking (nm)Small Ring
Jan 10, 2002 5:48 PM
re: The accusations are from the 90's..jrm
Jan 12, 2002 7:00 PM
its taken um that long to finger that someone was looking at um.....geeeeezzzzz
Recent SI ranks locker roomsTypeOne
Jan 14, 2002 8:41 PM
I believe this week's Sports Illustrated ranks the best and worst lcoker rooms in professional sports, and Philly's Veterans Stadium was mentioned for having a crummy visitor's locker room. Maybe SI forgot about the perks that apparently the entire NFL knew about.
Only in americaJPdT
Jan 15, 2002 4:13 AM
As I understand, this is about some ladies who made a living dancing around in sexy costumes knowing that people would look at them with lusty thoughts, who are upset because people with lusty thoughts looked at them without them knowing about it. My, my, where is the damage other than hurt feelings over not being in control of who they get to have see them and when and, of course, that they didn't get money for the after match show.

America as it is, with its world model legal system still rooted in the bygone era of women not having the vote, it will surely give special care for the women's feelings and award them with riches while shaming the men who acted like men given the opportunity they were given.

That a country can consider itself the human rights champion for the world does not quite play well given its use of the death penalty and given its ridiculously imbalanced incarceration rate of 10 males for every female. Perhaps equal rights is only a dream for a man in america.