After the recent statements made by one James Harrison about our beloved Roger Goodell, it has become apparently clear that DeMaurice Smith, the NFLPA's executive director, has sent Harrison into the NFL as a kamikaze to drive his airplane-sized body into the heart of the NFL's general with total disregard for his own safety and financial security. Harrison is the flaming boulder shot out of the catapult by Smith to smash down the impenetrable walls of the conduct policy fortress; he is bomb planted by DeMaurice "Santoro" on the pink Cadillac of player safety that explodes when "Ace" Goodell tries to start the ignition.
Lost in all of this CBA mess created by the greedy players looking to squeeze every dollar out of the owners without making any financial sacrifices of their own, is the fact that Smith and Goodell are locked in a battle of wills that is unfairly lopsided with all of the black players in the NFL squarely in Smith's corner. This fight just got even more lopsided with the juggernaut that is Harrison. Goodell is fighting fairly for the owners, those white, hard working, responsible owners that are on the hook for this entire league and all of it's assets, while Smith throws the low-blow to end all low-blows with unleashing Harrison, forcing Goodell and the league to react fiercely and aggressively to protect itself.
Smith knew this fight was going to come over a year ago. He had to start preparing, and digging up the dirt on Goodell and the league with the "Human Shovel" James Harrison was just the beginning. The fines that the league was forced to levy upon Harrison's reckless and disgraceful play in 2010 just built the case against the league as "racist" and "hypocritical", when in fact it is Smith, who several years prior to becoming the head of the NFLPA, was at the forefront of prosecuting white collar crime for the United States Attorneys Office in Washington D.C. "Prosecuting white collar crime" might as well be translated into "line up the rich white people and execute them". Smith has a hidden agenda in this battle and it's to put down all innocent white people who have worked hard for their livings and force them to give all entitlement and wealth over to the spoiled, self-righteous, lazy, and criminally- inclined black man because of something that happened 150 years ago.
Goodell has put player safety at the forefront of his agenda as the NFL commissioner at the request of the players themselves. He's invested much time and money into better equipment, and now he aims to punish those that violate that player-provoked agenda by hitting the rim-spinning-big-clothes-and-even-bigger-jewelry-wearing players where it would hurt the most: their wallets. Players can't expect safety to be paramount, but get to pick and choose what safety equipment they want to wear. At any other safety regulated work enviroment, that is a terminable offense. Smith and the players equate the discussions of an 18-game schedule as "spitting in the face of player safety", however players can't expect more money and not have to put in more work for it. That's like asking for a promotion but keeping the same lowly responsibilities.
DeMaurice Smith and James Harrison are the reason for this lengthy lockout, and why all 32 owners are standing firmly against them. Smith in his nice suits and Harrison in his football pads are trying to represent both sides of this argument in their own perverse ways, but it isn't fooling the owners; their suits are much nicer than Smith's, and they didn't have to sacrifice their bodies to make their millions.
Going back to the very first sentence of this conjecture, something else has become apparently clear as well: DeMaurice Smith and James Harrison are just jealous of the owners.
For those of you that read through this in it's entirety before they went to email Chris and Joel to have it removed, please know that this is a satire, not meant to be taken seriously, but only to be used to point out the ridiculousness of some writings in the media. This satire was in reference to a recent article seen here, and again, is in no way meant to be taken seriously. Nor do I subscribe to anything that was written here, but feel free to destroy me in the comments. :-)