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  1. Huhwha? Animesense. What's the diff? I could care less if they come down with the ball.
  2. Dan Quinn doesn't totally commit to Roddy White but praises his value Vaughn McClureESPN Staff Writer Although Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn stopped short of saying veteran receiver Roddy White will remain with the team next season and beyond, Quinn did admit White has value in helping assistant head coach Raheem Morris transition from defense to offense. The 39-year-old Morris, who was the team's defensive pass game coordinator last season, is now the wide receivers coach despite his extensive defensive background. White, 34, just completed his 11th NFL season with the Falcons and has two years remaining on his contract. "I think there's no doubt about the competitor and leader and the teammate that Roddy is where sometimes a guy who has been around a long time knows the tricks because you don't oftentimes make it this far and have the success like a guy like he did without understanding how to do it best," Quinn said on Monday. "So, yeah, in that way, [the connection] makes sense. Quinn's words sounded like an endorsement for White being with the team for the 2016 season, although there's been questions about White's future with his cap number exceeding $6 million next season, his role in the offense diminishing, and his unwillingness to take a paycut. Quinn was pressed on White's status with the team. "Well, he's under contract now, and he's one of the guys that I feel strongly on in terms of the competitor and the leader and the teammate [he is]," Quinn said. "I haven't confirmed anything on that. He remains under contract, and I love all the stuff that he stands for as a player." Quinn said the evaluation process is ongoing with White and the entire roster. Still, White has support, including from team owner Arthur Blank. White, the franchise's all-time leading receiver, said he wants to be a Falcon for life and finish his career playing in Mercedes-Benz Stadium, set to open in 2017. "Can you learn from players? I think you definitely can. I can also think back to my own time. I went to the Miami Dolphins and Jason Taylor was one of the pass-rushers there. Came in my first year, man, [and] I learned a lot from him: discussing, the teaching, the time on the field together. ... I think the learning, it never stops, man. And I think that's why Roddy's so fired up to roll, too. And he's so jacked to make his mark on the position as well."
  3. While I think losing Robiskie Is a minor downer, that depends on who replaces him. I think the Titans got a great coach, we'll have to see about the OC part. Flip side, I don't think MuleHarky sees his full 3 year contract out and Robiskie only stays as long as he does, unless he takes a demotion. BTWFWIW, Checked a few Titans boards (OK 2 exactly) Less than impressed is what I glean from them. That goes for HC and OC.
  4. McClure sucks. He puts out about 1/5 of the other beat writers do and it's usually short, poorly written, and about nothing. Ol' Matt Winklejohn replaced him last week while McClure was on leave for personal reasons and was a change for the better by far. Imagine that.
  5. No ...Moore was/is a race baiter that has the journalistic skills of a 4th grader.
  6. I read preseason on the 'Skins board that we will like his first few games and then we will hit the sewers. Too true. F him. I have not seen this level of crappiness since The Lurch called plays. (Greg Knapp)
  7. It seems Joplo Bartu got the jump on erryones. He won.....walking da treets.
  8. Is to me. Punt the ***** or put up with being punked. Don't whine to a bunch of guys whose best bet on a sat, night is five finger switch around.
  9. Jared Fogle, Ex-Subway Pitchman, Gets 15 Years in Prison for Child Porn Charges Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle was sentenced to over 15 years behind bars Thursday for child porn and sex crime charges — after tearfully telling the judge he wants to become a "good, honest person." "I want to redeem my life," Fogle, his voice cracking with emotion as he wiped his eyes, told an Indianapolis courtroom during his sentencing. Fogle was sentenced to 188 months each after pleading guilty to one count of traveling to engage in sexual conduct with a minor and one count of receiving child pornography. He will serve his time concurrently, and won't be eligible for parole before 13 years. His attorneys had asked for him to receive five years in prison, arguing that he's already "lost everything" and will live with the consequences of his behavior for the rest of his life. Prosecutors sought 12-1/2 years. Fogle was ordered into custody immediately, and the judge recommended he go to federal prison in Colorado with a sex offender treatment program. The diet guru's weight loss journey made him a national celebrity before the child porn scandal brought an end to his career. Experts had testified Thursday that he fantasized about young girls and had a sex drive that ramped up after he begun shedding the pounds. Fogle recounted how he tried to live an honorable life before he was caught up in "deception, lies and complete self-centeredness." Since his arrest in August, he said, he's "learned so much about the underage minors with whom I've paid to have sex with." "Not a day will go by that I don't think about them, what I did and the impact on their lives," he added. Under a plea deal, he must also register as a sex offender after his release, have his digital devices monitored and pay a fine of $175,000. U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, in reviewing the case to the courtroom Thursday, said that the images involved children as young as 6 and that Fogle asked adult prostitutes to procure children for him in various states. Before the sentencing, prosecutors and defense teams sparred in court over whether Fogle could have controlled himself — and whether he can be rehabilitated. Dr. John Bradford, a forensic psychiatrist testifying on behalf of the defense, said Fogle had a compulsive eating disorder and that after losing weight, he substituted food for a sense of "hypersexuality." That included a "mild case" of pedophilia in which he became attracted to female teenagers, Bradford said. He added that there was a low to moderate risk of Fogle relapsing. But the prosecution highlighted his texts and emails to convince the judge he deserved a harsher punishment. In one exchange, Fogle offered to pay $300 for a 15-year-old who could prove her age, prosecutors said: "It's what I crave," he wrote. The federal judge earlier said the father of two is allowed to have contact with his young children, but he can't appeal the conditions of a supervised release. Fogle during his statement to the judge said telling his children what he did will be the "hardest conversation of my life." Fogle had been the face of the sandwich chain since he was featured in a commercial in 2000. Once a 425-pound undergraduate at Indiana University, Fogle said he began eating at Subway to help him drop 245 pounds. But after his suburban Indianapolis home was raided in July as part of a child pornography investigation, Subway cut ties with the spokesman. Fogle's wife also said she planned to divorce him. Since his arrest, Fogle has already paid $100,000 in restitution to each of his 14 victims. Those victims — four of whom are now adults — were identified after police say they reviewed nearly 160,000 text messages, more than 27,000 emails, and tens of thousands of videos and images. Two of those victims were 16 and 17 when Fogle traveled to New York City to pay them for sex at upscale hotels, prosecutors said in court documents. He also received pornographic materials from Russell Taylor, the executive director of his charity, the Jared Foundation, investigators said. Taylor has separately agreed to plead guilty to child exploitation and child pornography charges.
  10. She was never our problem, tho she was the same ol' ghetto twat when grimes was here. She's Grimes's problem, and a crappy one it is. WE can laugh about it, but that poor bastid has to go to work everyday with teammates and his org. everyday after his wife is pulling this BS for the world to see. Sadly in his case with her and all it's prolly cheaper to keep her.
  11. NOPE NOT HIM. NEVERMIND. just did some more looking around. Not Bryant.
  12. I myself look a bit like that on a good day so.... anywhoo....
  13. would if I knew how. Anyway here's the link to the episode http://vodlocker.com/48vdkh3ippyi it's about 35 min mark and bounces back and forth from scenes till the end.
  14. Trust me, I think it was, but I've been wrong before. All white guys look the same.
  15. No it was all kosher. Just a "guy" buying fish from a store that came from the company in Taiwan they were documenting.
  16. So I've been watching this NatGeo series and in ep 5 about fish from Taiwan being imported (angelfish) to the U.S. a shipment ends up in the ATL at a local store and shows a guy walking in with his son to buy fish and shows 'em taking them home etc. I swear to frigsticks it's Bryant and his boy. On Hard Knocks he loved his fish tank and the home interior shots looks very familiar. Anyone else seen this? Can Jay Adams confirm or deny?
  17. I'm glad he's gone. This was inexcusable I never liked the guy from day 1. Pissed when we picked him. But what you came up with was just stupid as ****.
  18. Good stuff eh? I'm currently in the middle of "Aunts In My Pants" It's an attention grabber, really.
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