Found September 20, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
Sports Hub: Pollard: “As far as with the refs, like I’ve said before, this is way out of their league. They don’t, it’s just too fast, guys are too crafty, they cannot control the game. And my issue is, you know, we have our commissioner who’s jumping on board to hammer every other issue now in the NFL, he’s jumping on board to get meetings with players when things are happening but we have something at hand that is messing up the intergrity of the league and nothing is being done about it. These guys need to be out, they need to be out” “When it’s all said and done the commissioner needs to do something about it.” “These guys are star struck man.” When asked if he was worried about being fined for his criticism of the refs and the league: “How you gonna fine me for speaking out? I’m entitled to my own opinion.” A.B. I agree with what hosts Toucher & Rich had to say after the interview: Pollard is probably going to be fined by the NFL. Instead of taking the more diplomatic r
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