“I Don’t Think Nothing Too Worse Will Come Out Of That”

June 13th, 2018

The subject of the NFL investigation in Jameis Winston came up today following the Buccaneers’ morning walk-through.

DeSean Jackson weighed in.

He seems to think the outcome won’t be so bad but acknowledged is a prayer-type of situation when it comes to the subjective nature of NFL discipline.

Jackson was asked about the dragging out of the Jameis investigation, a possible lack of due process and whether the subject is talked about on the team.

“We support each individual, you know, when you’re going through a serious situation, especially when the league is investigating,” Jackson said. “So you know, they have a system they go about. As a player you got to, you know, abide by that and just pray for the best. But I don’t think nothing too worse will come out of that. Whatever happens you learn from it and you move forward. Hopefully, you don’t have to deal with anything crazy. We’re out here to support each other.”

41 Responses to ““I Don’t Think Nothing Too Worse Will Come Out Of That””

  1. Lamarcus Says:

    Well said djx

  2. YoungBucs Says:

    This SJW NFL crap has to stop NO EVIDENCE!! What is Goodell trying to copy Mueller? Drag it out till hell freezes over maybe Mueller giving the NFL pointers cause they’re taking ’em with all the other babified nonsense they promote the NFL is killing itself from the inside and crapping on the fans in the process SMH

  3. Dooshlarue Says:

    My my DJax…… that be very well said.

  4. SCBucsFan Says:

    DJax making all Cal graduates proud

  5. Willy D Buc Says:

    Mueller’s investigation has already led to several indictments. Goodell’s has nothing at all to show for it. Thoughtless analogy.
    Go Bucs!

  6. webster Says:

    Willy D

    Ditto

  7. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    “Methinks the problem will not suffer any further consequences……” Brate, Fitz or Watson……Ivy league lingo…..

    I agree that the Player’s Union needs to step up and do a better job of protecting it’s players in this situation……there should be at least some reasonable due process….after all….players already lose endorsement opportunities and it can weigh heavily on future contract negotiations…..the truth needs to come out as best as possible.

  8. SB Says:

    What SCBucsfan said!

  9. 813bucboi Says:

    all for 1 and 1 for all!!!!!

    #NOEXCUSESIN2018!!!!….#PRESSURESONTHECOACHES!!!!….GO BUCS!!!

  10. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Remember this is no longer about an “alleged” sex crime. There was no evidence and no criminal or civil charges were filed. That’s over!

    What Goodell has in terms of leverage is Jameis failure to report the incident to the league in timely fashion as required by the CBA. It’s hard to imagine Goodell going ape shirt over an “administrative” error but if he wants to send some kind of message or flex his muscles who knows. A simple written censure reminding Jamies of his mistake and warning about not doing it ever again should be sufficient.

  11. Tony LA Says:

    Well said, Willy D.

  12. Tony LA Says:

    I almost feel like if the media would just be quiet about it the NFL would have let it slide through the season. But by calling out the NFL repeatedly… it’s going to present a “be careful what you ask for” type scenario.

    OH, YOU WANT A PUNISHMENT… OKAY… BAM!

    We saw what happened to Zeke last season when Jones went to war with the NFL. Goodell has proven time and time again that he lets comments in the media and public opinion vastly sway his own thoughts and decisions.

    With the local media constantly bringing this up on a daily basis, I assure you that the punishment will be more severe than less if that media pressure reaches Goodell.

    You are not wrong to ask, Joe. That is your job. Same with all the local media. But you have to realize that Goodell never bends in the direct teams want when pressed. For clarification, Joe did not ask this of DeSean Jackson. –Joe

  13. Destinjohnny Says:

    Why does it bother me when people make fun of how people talk?
    It’s a free country and all but man…

  14. Eric Says:

    I know Joe Bucs fans has grown considerably, but does it reach Goodell?

    I doubt it.

    Not seeing any national coverage of it sufficient to cause any pressure. Unlike the Elliot matter.

  15. Dooshlarue Says:

    @Destinjohnny
    I point it out because it shows a lack of intelligence or effort or both and for me it just ain’t be soundin right.
    You feels me?

  16. Defense Rules Says:

    Doosh …’Lack of intelligence’? As in he’s ONLY making $10 mil a year?

  17. BringBucsBack Says:

    What SB said.

  18. webster Says:

    Doosh

    The only lack of intelligence is you by thinking speech signals intelligence or lack there of. The adacity of people like you. You are truly clueless if you think speech equals intelligence. By far one of the dumbest post you have made and you have made plenty. You feels me????

  19. SOEbuc Says:

    Isn’t this all because his Uber had been suspended and he didn’t report it to the NFL? There is NO WAY that should cause suspension. I guess a fine from this dumbass rule but whatever they’re getting payed big. This would’ve had to start a long time ago to be any criminal investigation. And the NFL would LOVE the publicity of having a long term investigation of Jameis with his record.

  20. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    When Joe refers to College Grad NFL prospects who aren’t able to achieve their dreams…..future UPS drivers, Insurance Claims Adjusters and furniture movers….he is not only insulting the players but the people with those professions….but that seems to get a pass from most everyone but me. Joe also mixes in “future grad students, P.E. teachers and stock brokers” Have a sense of humor. –Joe

    As far as us criticizing a college grad of using poor grammar…..that’s somehow inferring they aren’t intelligent. No, they are probably intelligent and simply use poor grammar.
    Good for them they can make millions playing football…..but lots of luck making that kind of money at other professions.

  21. HowToSpellRhonde Says:

    Hour presidant usees realy pour grammer, to.

  22. Dooshlarue Says:

    @DefenseRules

    You know, you may be right.
    If money equates to intelligence then that would make President Trump really, really smart correct?

  23. Nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    Willy D

    Ditto

  24. webster Says:

    @ tampabaybuc

    A person on this thread actually said poor grammer equates to lack of intelligence. There are plenty of people who do not use the proper diction but will run circles around posters like that. Read up on a person like master p and how he has a net worth of about 450. Look at his real estate investments, restuarant chains, foot locker retail outlet, stocks, gas stations, travel agencies etc. I wont even get into how he changed the music game in 1996 from a business perspective when no other independent artist was doing what he pioneered. Speaking proper english has absolutely nothing to do with intelligence. You can take those alternative facts somewhere else.

  25. webster Says:

    450 mil as of 2014

  26. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Webster

    Exactly! Too many people conflate intelligence with education and upbringing.
    Kids whose parents read to them every night when they are young obviously have advantages over kids who live in neighborhoods with gunfire, death and poor schools. Just the way it is.

  27. Bucnjim Says:

    Webster you are absolutely right! Not only do different cultures use a certain verbiage but EVERY generation has its own way of communication that only they understand even through sign. I do think what some people are referring to is communication in professonal fields where your customer base is very wide spread.

  28. Bucnjim Says:

    Rhonde Barber is a great example of being able to communicate with every possible culture and generation at the same time. Coolest dude to ever wear a Bucs uniform!

  29. Bucnjim Says:

    Crap getting away from the post. He only said they standby each other which means something is probably coming down. Sucks all the way around but there would have been a more direct response otherwise! HOPE I am wrong! Jameis is who I support.

  30. YoungBucs Says:

    Yeah and any prosecutor could get a fed jury to indict a piece of tree bark so what?

  31. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Hey Webster…..you need to read my post again….I said bad grammar has nothing to do with intelligence…..and

    FYI….HowToSpellRhonde Says:
    June 13th, 2018 at 5:43 pm
    Hour presidant usees realy pour grammer, to.

    It’s too….not to…..

    And you can make a pot full of money using bad grammar….but usually it’s in the sports or entertainment business…..try being a stock broker, banker, elementary teacher, or Joe….and see how that works out for you.

    And, you are absolutely correct…..POTUS uses terrible grammar and he is POTUS….so, it is not the measure of intelligence or success….but it certainly helps to use the English language properly…..I suspect you would want your Children to do that….

  32. Lamarcus Says:

    I meant to agree with djx saying he well said his answer giving “a little” more juice than had to be given. Everyone who talked about this is hush. What I interpreted what djx said was genuinely looking out for a teammate given the 2 had their issues personally. Some of you know I don’t like djx on this team and never like the signing but I like djx just not for this Tampa team and proven to be a forced fed situation making everyone look bad. But I’ll give djx his props for his statement pertaining to the subject. And I understand his grammar 1000%

    Some of u guys out on troll patrol waaaayyyyy to much. Tmax/ reality got y’all jacked up and restless He is your Boogeyman.

  33. Orange Pants Says:

    Wow. I bet these racist jerkoffs wear the jerseys of the men they make fun of. Much more pathetic than poor grammar.

  34. Capt.Tim Says:

    Amazing how many posters here are certain there is no evidence, when no conclusion has been rendered.

    Charges werent pressed, because charges werent filed. The young Lady uber driver didnt file charges. She reported the incident, at the end of her shift.
    She didnt take any futher action, Until after Jameis hired an Attorney, at which time she hired an Attorney. Anyone would have advised her to do so at that point.

    Yes. In scientific studies, Language skills are the first test of intelligence.

    Defense Rules- Jackson is paid ten million because he can run faster than everyone else, and can catch a piece of leather
    Not because he cured cancer

    Destin johnny- people shouldnt make fun of how people talk. But what is “free country” a defens??
    Its a free country, so 2+2 =5 ???.
    Having an accent is one thing. Misusing the language is another. You misuse it, soon nobody will know whatbanyone else is saying

    Language is structured, just like math.

  35. webster Says:

    @ tampabuc

    I did not say you said bad grammer led to un-intelligence. But for you to bring up stocks/ bankers etc, master p has stock and has flourished with his poor grammer. He has many real estate investments etc. Master p has many money making avenues as i posted earlier that has nothing to do with being an entertainer or sports. And i was not the poster to bring up the current president’s grammer so your point about that has nothing to do with me. I will let you feel a person with great diction feel they are the people you will listen to in order to advance or make money. Imo i will listen to a person like master p and i will let you listen to a person like bernie madoff.

  36. webster Says:

    Great diction does not equate to intelligence period. Madoff had great diction but he stole from people like you and I and he is in prison. Master p made his money with bad grammer and he is worth 450 mil and he is chilling at his beach house.

  37. webster Says:

    Btw…. i want my children to be smart/ intelligent period. I dont give a [email protected] how they get to the top just as long they get there. It does not matter how they get there. Proper english is not going to hold them back. Again, i will let you get side tracked by bermie madoff and his proper english, and i will ride with master p who is really about that money.

  38. Lucious Selmon Says:

    “I dont give a [email protected] how they get to the top just as long they get there. It does not matter how they get there.”

    This just makes me sad. SMH
    Our country needs a return to Jesus.

  39. Walter Seidel Says:

    SOE, there is a very specific clause in NFL player contracts that unequivocally requires the player to report any….ANY potential issue. Jameis hid it.

  40. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Webster

    Master P made his initial money by Rapping……yes, he is a smart guy and invested it well in stocks and real estate…..but he was not in the stock business or in the real estate business to begin with…that’s my point.

    And, if you don’t care whether your Children use proper grammar….they probably won’t…or perhaps they will be influenced more by their teachers….let’s hope so because although it is not a guarantee of success….it certainly helps.

  41. Capt.Tim Says:

    Some of you guys are the worstest posters forever!!

 

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