Anthony Hargrove could be next in line to file a defamation suit against Goodell…and should

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The hardcore, concrete evidence that is implicating Hargrove has become lately like the other evidence being used in this case, which is not much, and only serves to ruin a player’s reputation and career.

With an eight-game suspension, the Packers could decide to simply cut him loose meaning Hargrove would have to find a team willing to lose him for eight games after they sign him.  Not happening, career over.

While it’s unlikely the Packers would do this, Hargrove is still in a position where his lively hood is threatened.  If I were him, get the number for Vilma’s lawyer and proceed like the league has done with him…with extreme prejudice.

 

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Topics: 2010 NFC Championship Game, Anthony Hargrove, Brett Farve, Earl Heyman, Green Bay Packers, Jason LaCanfora, Joe Vitt, New Orleans Saints, Roger Goodell

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