Should athletes be fired from the league they play in if something they do is bad enough? (I.e. The Browns Steelers game)?
Miles Garrett swinging a helmet at the opposing QB would just be one example. There have been plenty of fights in the past. Do you think that any fight that has happened should have made the player(s) never play again? Sure there are suspensions, but sometimes I think a suspension isn’t enough.
- conley39Lv 74 weeks ago
Yes, they should be … and prosecuted for assault and battery.
- MierLv 74 weeks ago
That was so ghetto and disgraceful. Acts like that done by Mr. Myles Garrett are a black eye for the NFL as a league.
- DaddioLv 74 weeks ago
He deserves a long suspension but they invite rapists and maybe even murderers back in so a ban is not likely
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Only if they keep repeating it.
One time thing, a fine and suspension is sufficient, if they don't learn and keep doing stupid stuff then you kick em out.
There is only a few trouble makers who consistently get into fights, the rest are just
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- BobLv 74 weeks ago
I don't think a player should be banned from the league based on one incident