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Re: A Different/New Type of Leadership edit - Scott Rolen

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Posted: 2/3/2013 3:08 PM

Re: A Different/New Type of Leadership edit - Scott Rolen 


I'd like to see Scotty rejoin the organization ...

... as a coach.

Can't see where he fits now as a player.
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Posted: 2/3/2013 4:13 PM

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I'm reading the posts on here, but have no input.  Relying on the folks in the know to keep us light-weights informed.  Having said that, it's good to see Fiesta back, even if it's only rehashing his old posts  tongue

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Posted: 2/3/2013 5:53 PM

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He flew in for week a while back and then, poof! Just like Keyser Soze....he was gone.


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Posted: 2/4/2013 7:46 AM

Re: A Different/New Type of Leadership edit - Scott Rolen 


He was being a peacemaker, but Carpenter really seemed to have an issue with him.  One ESPN host even mused that they may have had an unresolved problem from when they were teammates.
ChrisSabo wrote: I'd have to rewatch the brawl, not that I'm in any hurry to, but I don't remember Rowland as aggressive. He seemed like a peace maker to me. I'm fine with that of course, maybe I just don't remember thinking anyone was overly worried of his wrath.

Then again, I'm old, the memory is starting to go.
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Posted: 2/4/2013 9:22 AM

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I see. Yeah, if that network said it, I didn't hear it. They probably do have an issue. Karen Carpenter strikes me as the kind of person that has issues with people she's never met.

I'm happy for the Cards that Rowland was a peacemaker. Even though he always seems like a pretty funny cut up in interviews, and ignoring the fact that he's older than dirt, I have no doubt he could put a serious hurtin' on just about anyone in the game, certainly Ms. Carpenter.
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