Let's say he does and finds Callahan guilty of throwing the game. What then? Whom do you punish? You can't punish the Raiders because they were the victims. You can't punish the Bucs - it's not their fault. The only one you could punish would be Callahan and kick him out of the league? Suspend him for a year? He's currently the OL/OC of the Dallas Cowboys.
And then there's the fall out.
People will question the outcome of SB's from here on out. Were they rigged?
No way to prove Callahan did anything wrong and it's a can of worms best left unopened.
No way to prove it.I don't want to jump to that conclusion yet because just when you think there is no way to prove it TMZ or Deadspin will dig up ome incriminating e-mails from Callahan to back up Brown's claims.
This is really the first I've read about this story.Me too, but according to Tim Brown he has been making this claim for years which is why I am having a hard time accepting this claim.
Why investigate something that happened 9 years ago? What do they hope to accomplish out of it?The only reason that I can see an investigation possibly being done is to ease the concerns of advertisers who are shelling out millions of dollars to have the their product or service advertised during the Super Bowl.
Callahan's not the one who threw 5 INTs.
Sounds like Brown is just bitter.I agree