Landry is not getting a contract this season

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  1. DolfanISS

    DolfanISS Perennial All-Pro Finheaven VIP

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    Thank you! So only the person who called the police is claiming there was more?
     
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    I don't know....haven't seen more than that.......I don't even know if there is anyone claiming there was more.....it may just be the NFL overacting to avoid claims they are not taking it serious enough (remaining fallout from the Ray Rice thing) so they're following the "guilty until proven innocent......and maybe still a little bit guilty after that" process to an extreme so they cannot be accused of not doing enough or staging a cover up.
     
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    I can't see the Patriots paying Landry or any other receiver that isn't a young Randy Moss reincarnation top 5 receiver money.
     
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    I know this isn't a popular opinion, but if the young receivers (Carroo, Allen, Stringfellow) show anything this preseason AND the FO isn't committed to paying him top dollar; it would be a poor business decision to put out trade feelers now. He is at maximum trade value due to his back to back 1000+ yds seasons (the legal issue notwithstanding)
    The team could certainly use an upper echelon G or LB at this point and/or more draft picks.
    If Landry is not in their plans next season, then now would be the time to trade him. Of course, I'm not privy to any internal discussions on his future so I have no clue how the FO feels about him and his contract situation.
    I have mixed feelings on this because he is one of my favorite players on the team. I also wouldn't trade him unless I received maximum value for him. It would take a very good offer.
     
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    So the investigation is by the NFL?
     
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    Well.....yeah, the NFL does its own investigation (and can discipline a player on a conduct matter even if no criminal charges) but Landry's case was already investigated by police in April and no charges came out of it....but now it is apparently being looked at by the Florida state attorney's office - IMO because it's a high profile thing and these type of bureaucrats love to involve themselves to get their name out there for 15 mins of fame....remember most of them have political aspirations.......police already investigated and determined no charges were warranted PLUS she claimed any and all of it was false....but these State's attorney clowns have to keep it alive to justify their existence and capitalize if they can on the media coverage:

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap30...r-investigation-for-possible-domestic-battery

    "police investigated the matter at the time of the incident. Police did not prosecute and Landry cooperated and also provided information to the Dolphins"

    "The case was referred to prosecutors by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department last Friday...... The State Attorney's office currently is reviewing the case to make a determination on whether it will file charges against Landry"
     

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