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    The Rooneys are out of control too much control of the team. Tomlin can't do anything right fire that guy! :sarcasm:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flasteel
    Wait a minute...you hired who as your new offensive coordinator? Okay...umm...let me get back to you Chuck.

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    Butler knows that he has it good here...

    He has a good relationship with his head coach, great ownership and is working with one of the great defensive coordinators in the history of the NFL...

    And most likely, as was pointed out, he was probably given significant financial incentive to stay...
    Actually, my post was NOT about you...but, if the shoe fits, feel free to lace that &!+# up and wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel
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    Wow. Didn't expect him to stay!

    I'll bet Tomlin and Art reassured Butler that this was going to be LeBeau's last season as DC.

    Exactly what I was thinking. Or maybe this year yet... Never know.

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    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.
    Key phrase in the article is "not to mention a hefty new contract "

    I'm sure that had much more to do with his staying than "man love"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.
    Key phrase in the article is "not to mention a hefty new contract "

    I'm sure that had much more to do with his staying than "man love"
    That is speculation, as suggested by the term "likely." Regardless of what he is making, I'd suspect that he would make more as a DC.

    Nevertheless, it appears that your irrational Lebeau hatred was misguided in this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.
    ...Again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.
    Key phrase in the article is "not to mention a hefty new contract "

    I'm sure that had much more to do with his staying than "man love"
    That is speculation, as suggested by the term "likely." Regardless of what he is making, I'd suspect that he would make more as a DC.

    Nevertheless, it appears that your irrational Lebeau hatred was misguided in this situation.
    Really??? "Irrational hatred" because someone has different opinions than you do. You are much better than resorting to that. We do this to agree and to disagree.

    Why would I hate a 74 year old man who I have never met and likely never will? Just because I think he is not doing what should be done with the inbalance in resources he has been given is far from "hatred." Others resort to that kind of name calling as routine but you have always been above that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq
    I thought the old DC was costing this team coaching talent by refusing to retire. Instead, it looks like he is part of a group that somebody like Butler enjoys working with so much that he decided to forego a potentially greater opportunity elsewhere.
    Boom!

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