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If it’s anything like Goodell did with the appeals for Saints head coach Sean Payton, assistant head coach Joe Vitt, and general manager Mickey Loomis, it will be a short hearing and Hargrove will spend half the season out of the NFL. 

Worst case scenario for Hargrove is that his current team, the Green Bay Packers, feel that they can’t afford to lose on their investment and decide to release him instead.

That would be a career ending move for Hargrove since any team that would sign him after that would have to still do without him until he serves the eight game suspension.

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Topics: Anthony Hargrove, Green Bay Packers, Joe Vitt, Jonathan Vilma, Mickey Loomis, New Orleans Saints, Roger Goodell, Scott Fujita, Sean Payton, Will Smith

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  • larryjames836

    This is not good for a player to lose his for something the NFL pays these guys to do the fans need to protest the NFL. Some of these players with concussion injuries need these injuries before 2009 where these guys now has to take the punishment for what should have been stop decades ago. Let’s talk about bounty program the NFL is the bounty hunters this is why the player’s has know one to stand up for them because the NFL is the judge, jury, and hangman. Every team fanbase the NFL is just like a mob once you in you in you can’t get out only if the NFL let you out. When it mob own and operated the public can’t help they just that powerful some of theses concussion lawsuits been going for years still no settlements. People’s that been around the NFL for years knows that the NFL commissioners run the show.