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DIFFICULT TO FIND A CORRECT ANSWER. The NFL did not start keeping the tackle as an official stat until 2001. Prior to that most teams kept their own tackle stats and has their own methods of identifying tackles. So you probably won't find stats for guys like Ray Nitschke, Nick Buoniconti, Harry Carson or Chuck Bednarik who www.nflbroncosofficialstore.com/78_ryan_clady_jersey_cheap played many years and probably built up a lot of tackles (over 1000). ESPN has been compiling team tackle stats for about 15 years so they probably have the closest numbers for current players. It is also why you might not find all of Seau's tackles from his first 4 years.
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NOTE: Derrick Brooks has 2,198 "STOPS" according to certain websites. STOPS include "half tackles" and "gang tackles" while Brooks has www.nflbroncosofficialstore.com/18_peyton_manning_jersey_cheap been involved in 2,198 tackles these are not his tackle statistics according to what the NFL officially considers a tackle. His NFL stats are closer to 1700 if ESPN's numbers (closest to official NFL) are used between '95 '01. In order for Derrick Brooks to have 2,198 tackles he would be averaging 157 tackles a year. If you take in to consideration that his stats from 2001 forward are official (NFL) then according to these tackle stats Brooks was averaging 185 tackles between '95 and '01. This is highly unlikely and an incredible physical feat. Important to note tha Brooks has never lead the league in any season for tackles and has only been in the top 10 once in his career. It is also important to note Zach Tomas and Ray Lewis entered the NFL at relatively the same time and have consistently been in the top 10 in tackles every season since with a few exceptions.
legislation would make it illegal to call for public sector strikes in Alberta
CALGARY Alberta Premier Alison Redford's government is set to pass a bill that restricts union leaders and, critics say, ordinary citizens as well from calling for illegal public sector strikes, under threat of fines of up to $1 million a day.
The legislation perceived attack on free speech has created odd allies, uniting the Alberta Federation of Labour and the right wing Wildrose party.
"It's Orwellian, is what it is," said Gil McGowan, the president of the Alberta Federation of Labour. "Redford is suggesting that her government should act as the thought police."
Expected to pass third reading on Thursday evening, Bills 45 and 46 would strip the Alberta Union of Public Employees (AUPE) the right to binding arbitration (strikes were made illegal in the late '70s).
The bills also bar unions, their leaders, third parties and, it is feared, ordinary Albertans from counselling any kind of strike under threat of fines ranging from $500 to $1 million per day.
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"These bills go way too far over the line," said Wildrose MLA Rob Anderson. Wildrose supports increasing penalties for union leaders who organized illegal strikes, but opposes proposals to remove binding arbitration and place limits on freedom of speech.
"I think this is going to get turfed [by the courts]. This law has all the hallmarks of poor legislation. It is very vague on what is meant by the 'threat of an illegal strike.' It impinges on freedom of speech in unnecessary ways," he said.
Mr. McGowan, if he acted in an organized way, could be fined up to $500 if it were proven he were orchestrating an illegal strike, Mr. Lukaszuk said.
We usually see this kind of language in a context where the underlying offence is serious, like inciting property damage or a riot
However, the bills wholesale jerseys would not affect "employees who simply express their frustration with the employer," he said.
"We usually see this kind of language in a context where the underlying offence is serious, like inciting property damage or a riot," she said.
The bills, which will affect upcoming negotiations with AUPE, will effectively enforce a four year contract with workers that will see nominal wage increases, Mr. McGowan said. He expects the same approach to be levelled on nurses and other public sector cheap jerseys unions.
"If Redford rams through these pieces of legislation [on Thursday], it will usher in a generation of poisoned labour relations in Alberta," he said.
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