I remember the paper bags, Heath Schuler, Steve Walsh, Jim Everett, John Fourcade , the 2005 season without a home game, and last year's defense that gave up more than 7,000 yards. Hold that thought...
A pathetic website has been posting stories all day about pro football players breaking their legs in a car accident. Each story is exactly the same, with the same picture, and a different athlete's name attached. It started this morning when...
A sports radio station in Atlanta aired a three minute segment this morning, pretending to talk to former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason. Gleason suffers from ALS, and communicates by using a computer. The morning show recorded a segment speaking to a computer, claiming it was Gleason. Allegedly, one line used in the disgraceful bit was of "Gleason" saying, "I might be dead by Thursday." This is disgusting.
"I've kind of been trained that real good football players come from everywhere. Certainly more of them come from the larger conferences. ... That being said, there's no science to this draft."
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