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  1. Big ups to the team for battling but Freeman is done. He doesn't even look remotely like his old self. Saw it on the inside toss he used to ALWAYS keep his feet moving when pausing & redirecting this time his feet went absolutely dead. Came to a dead stop. I've NEVER seen Freeman's feet do that. He's beginning to look like a shell of his former self.
  2. I know....wrong forum... What the **** happened to this fool.. Sorry for the fomat... Home Fantasy NFL NBA MLB NHL Soccer World Cup Golf Cricket Videos Podcasts NCAAF NCAAB MMA Boxing NASCAR Tennis WNBA NCAAW Indycar Motorsports Horse Racing Cycling Odds Rivals Shop Help Jobs RSS Kellen Winslow II trial: Guilty of rape, indecent exposure, lewd conduct Jeff Eisenberg Yahoo SportsJune 10, 2019, 6:18 PM EDT Kellen Winslow II listens in court as a verdict is read. (CourtTV) VISTA, Calif. — A conflicted jury in San Diego County found former NFL star Kellen Winslow II guilty of raping a 58-year-old homeless woman in 2018, but remained deadlocked on six additional felonies. The jury also found him guilty Monday of indecent exposure involving an incident with a 58-year-old woman who was gardening in her front yard. That is a misdemeanor. SCROLL TO CONTINUE WITH CONTENT Ad Winslow was also found guilty on a lewd conduct misdemeanor involving an incident with a 78-year-old woman in a health club in March 2019. He was found not guilty on another lewd conduct charge involving that same woman. Winslow, 35, is now a convicted rapist and is still awaiting additional verdicts. He was charged on 12 counts, including seven felonies. The jurors said they were deadlocked on the remaining charges. “For now, yes,” the jury foreman told Judge Blaine K. Bowman. 98 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy The jury returned to deliberate, but about an hour after the verdicts were read, Bowman received a fifth note: “We remain deadlocked on all remaining charges." At that point, the defense vehemently urged the judge to declare a mistrial on the remaining charges. Bowman refused to do so Monday, requiring the jury to return Tuesday morning. Winslow, wearing a dark suit and a yellow tie, looked surprised at the verdicts. He sipped water and tried to read some notes during the reading. He later shook his head to his attorneys and his family, including his father, Kellen Winslow, a Hall of Fame player for the San Diego Chargers. The guilty verdicts pertain to charges by Jane Doe 2 (rape), Jane Doe 3 (indecent exposure) and Jane Doe 5 (lewd conduct). Winslow faces 3-8 years in prison on the rape conviction, though he could face a larger sentence if the jury comes back with a second rape conviction. He also faces six months on the misdemeanor charges. The judge will decide the term at a sentencing hearing. The charge also requires registration as a sex offender. Incredible fall for Winslow II How Winslow’s life unraveled to this extent is a tale as confounding as it is disturbing. This is a man who seemingly had everything, a revered family name, a promising football career, an extravagant salary and a storybook marriage to his high school sweetheart. Winslow is the son of Kellen Winslow Sr., an NFL Hall of Fame tight end who remains a beloved figure in the San Diego area. In the 1980s, the elder Winslow established the mold for today’s elite tight ends with his downfield pass-catching prowess as a centerpiece of innovative Chargers coach Don Coryell’s aerial attack. Strong bloodlines no doubt helped fuel the younger Winslow’s rise from highly touted San Diego-area high school prospect, to All-American at the University of Miami, to sixth overall pick in the 2004 NFL draft. Injuries from a 2005 motorcycle crash nearly forced him to quit football, but he recovered to earn more than $40 million in salary during a 10-year NFL career highlighted by four seasons with 75 or more catches and a 2007 invitation to the Pro Bowl. Whereas Kellen Sr. was known for his trademark humility during his football career, the younger Winslow often made headlines with his volatility and bravado. At Miami, he nicknamed himself “The Chosen One” because he believed he possessed athletic gifts no other player could match. He also unapologetically described himself as a “f----- soldier” when reporters dared question him for standing over and taunting a shaken University of Tennessee player after delivering a hard-hitting block. "It's war," Winslow II said then. "They're out there to kill you, so I'm out there to kill them.” The stature of the Winslow family and the graphic nature of the case ensured that his rape trial would attract as much media coverage as a big-time sporting event. Court TV aired the entire three-week trial from gavel to gavel and reporters from San Diego-area and national outlets were a daily courtroom presence. The trial centered on the accusations of five women who didn’t know one another and had no apparent connections besides their encounters with Winslow. Prosecutor Dan Owens attempted to prove Winslow was a predator who targeted vulnerable women, took from them for his sexual pleasure and then discarded them “like a piece of trash because that’s what he thought they were.” Winslow’s high-priced defense attorneys countered by seizing on the holes and inconsistencies in the alleged victims’ stories in hopes of showing that their client was a victim of wrongful accusations or mistaken identity. Jury Note No. 5 Jane Doe 2: Winslow raped her on dark road (guilty) Jane Doe No. 2 is a homeless woman who Winslow allegedly sporadically offered food or cash or rides to a nearby shelter whenever he spotted her on the streets of downtown Encinitas. At around 8 p.m. on Mother’s Day 2018, Doe said she got into the passenger seat of Winslow’s Hummer after he agreed to take her to get coffee. She alleged Winslow instead violently raped her by the side of a dimly lit Encinitas road, ejaculating into the dirt in order to avoid leaving DNA evidence. Defense attorneys tried to argue Winslow had been wrongly accused by questioning the lack of physical evidence in the case. They pointed out Doe had no bruising or DNA under her fingernails, nor did she have marks on her neck from where Winslow allegedly choked her so hard that she could scarcely speak or breathe. Jane Doe 3: Winslow exposed himself to her in yard (guilty) Jane Doe No. 3 accused Winslow of his exposing his erect ***** to her last year while she was gardening in her front yard. GPS data from Winslow’s Strava fitness application corroborated that he bicycled by her home at roughly the time the alleged incident occurred and the backpack and clothing she described her assailant wearing matched gear police later seized from Winslow’s house. Jane Doe 5: Lewd conduct in gym (guilty/not guilty) Jane Doe No. 5 accused Winslow of pleasuring himself in front of her at a Carlsbad gym just a few months ago when the former tight end was out on bail. On one occasion, Winslow allegedly stroked himself while sitting on an exercise machine just a few feet away from her and looking right at her. On this charge, the jury found him guilty. On another, he spotted her alone in the jacuzzi, sat right next to her and allegedly did it again. The jury found him not guilty of this charge. Jane Doe 1: Alleges Winslow raped her in mall parking lot (deadlocked) The defense was most successful discrediting an unemployed 55-year-old woman who testified that Winslow picked her up hitchhiking on St. Patrick’s Day 2018, threatened to kill her if she tried to flee and then raped her in the parking lot of an Escondido shopping center. Jane Doe No. 1 veered off topic and contradicted herself often during her testimony and was even caught in a lie about her history with alcohol, a damaging moment in a case that centered around the believability of Winslow’s accusers. Under cross examination, Doe struggled to explain why she didn’t take advantage of multiple chances she had to escape, to use her cell phone to call 9-1-1 or to shout for help. At one point during the alleged attack, Doe was on the opposite side of a 5-foot tall chain link fence from Winslow, some 50 feet away from a crowded Von’s grocery store, a 24-Hour Fitness and a sushi restaurant. Instead of screaming or fleeing, she followed Winslow over the fence, a decision she attributed to fear of her bigger, stronger assailant but defense attorneys painted as symptomatic of consensual sex, not rape. “A naked man, a naked perpetrator, a naked rapist on the other side of the fence and you are 20 feet from freedom,” defense attorney Marc Carlos said during his closing argument. “Don’t tell me she was frozen in fear. If that’s not reasonable doubt, I don’t know what is.” The other two women who accused Winslow of rape redeemed the prosecution’s case with their poignant testimony. Jane Doe 4: Alleges Winslow raped her at 2003 house party (deadlocked) Hearing the accusations made by Jane Doe No. 1 and No. 2 inspired a third alleged victim to come forward. Jane Doe No. 4 previously had only shared her traumatic story with a close high school friend, an ex-boyfriend and a man who is now her husband. Doe testified that Winslow raped her after a 2003 house party in the San Diego suburbs. She recalled waking up from a drunken fog to find herself on all fours on an unfamiliar bed with Winslow penetrating her from behind while pushing her face into another man’s *****. In his closing argument, Carlos seized upon the differences in the story Doe told the police officer who fielded her initial call last June and what she testified. Carlos also questioned how Doe could have blacked out when she only downed two or three beers at the party and Winslow was never in position to drug her. The significance of the misdemeanor allegations against Winslow was the pattern of behavior they potentially established. The prosecution surely hoped the allegations of lewd conduct and indecent exposure levied by Jane Doe No. 3 and No. 5 would color the jury’s perception of the three rape charges. The fact that the government was able to put all five crimes into one case made it much more difficult for Winslow’s attorneys to prove his innocence. Carlos pleaded with the jury to consider each case separately during his closing argument, while Owens was quick to counter that “lightning certainly doesn’t strike twice, let alone five times.” Dan Wetzel contributed to this story. More from Yahoo Sports: Kevin Durant perfectly set up for hero moment in Game 5 David Ortiz reportedly in stable condition following shooting How USWNT legend Abby Wambach found her voice again Engaged Ali Krieger, Ashlyn Harris trying to win World Cup View Reactions (736) Sign in to post a message. What to Read Next
  3. So that last drive, Ryan had the Eagles defense on their heels running the no huddle but as soon as we get to our last set of downs we start huddling up again. WTF!!?? Why would you go back to the huddle when it's obvious the hurry up is working great?
  4. What have we come to, that we're calling rain delays over some passing showers when the commentators are still doing their jobs on the field?
  5. I am so numb right now. Dude was legally carrying and compliant and everything was caught on video. And people still don't get why Black Americans don't trust the police or the American justice system. http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/06/16/532783821/minnesota-police-officer-found-not-guilty-in-shooting-death-of-philando-castile Minnesota Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Philando Castile Facebook Twitter Google+ Email June 16, 20174:00 PM ET MERRIT KENNEDY InstagramTwitter People in November 2016 gather at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School, where Philando Castile worked, in St. Paul, Minn., after charges were filed against St. Anthony police Officer Jeronimo Yanez. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images Updated 5:05 p.m. ET After five days of deliberations, a jury has found a Minnesota police officer not guilty on all counts over his deadly shooting of a black man during a traffic stop last July in Falcon Heights, a suburb of St. Paul, Minn. THE TWO-WAY The Driving Life And Death Of Philando Castile "The system continues to fail black people, and it will continue to fail you all," Valerie Castile, Philando's mother, told reporters after the verdict. "My son loved this city and this city killed my son and the murderer gets away. ...I'm mad as **** right now." Castile's sister Allysza, weeping, said "he didn't deserve to die the way he did, and I will never have faith in this system." Castile family lawyer Glenda Hatchett vowed to continue fighting. St. Anthony police Officer Jeronimo Yanez, in an image provided by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. AP Castile, a 32-year-old school cafeteria worker, was driving with his girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter when they were pulled over by St. Anthony police Officer Jeronimo Yanez. "Seventy-four seconds after Yanez activated his squad lights, he fired the last of seven shots into the car," Minnesota Public Radio's Matt Sepic reported. Yanez was charged last November with one count of felony second-degree manslaughter in Castile's death. He also faced two felony counts of intentional discharge of a dangerous weapon over allegedly endangering Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her daughter. He pleaded not guilty. "Yanez stared ahead with no reaction as the verdict was read," the Associated Press reported. "Afterward, one of his attorneys, Tom Kelly, said the defense was 'satisfied.'" The City of St. Anthony said after the verdict that Yanez "will not return to active duty." In a statement, the city said that it "has concluded that the public will be best served if Officer Yanez is no longer a police officer in our city." It said that Yanez would receive a "voluntary separation agreement." The incident drew national attention when Reynolds started live-streaming the immediate aftermath of the exchange on Facebook, as Castile lay dying and her daughter sat in the back seat. "In the stream," as The Two-Way reported, "she said Castile was stopped for a broken taillight, had notified the officer that he was licensed to carry a handgun and was reaching for his wallet at the officer's request when he was shot." The video was a crucial piece of evidence during the trial, along with dashcam video from the police vehicle. As MPR reported, jurors requested to review both of these videos again Tuesday during their deliberations. Yanez said in court that "he was forced to shoot Castile because the driver was not complying with the officer's commands and was reaching for a gun. Yanez previously testified he'd stopped Castile because the driver resembled a suspect in a local convenience store robbery days earlier," MPR reported. Yanez's defense attorneys also maintained that Castile was high at the time of the shooting. However, the member station adds that prosecutors "say Yanez never saw Castile's gun, never told officers who responded to the scene or to his police dispatcher that there was a gun and shot recklessly, killing Castile." Castile was licensed to carry the weapon. The shooting last July sparked protests, as we reported, and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton described the incident and its aftermath as "absolutely appalling at all levels." Castile was said to know the names of all 500 students he worked with, and after the verdict St. Paul Public Schools said the verdict "may bring strong emotions" for those who knew "Mr. Phil," who they describe as a "beloved SPPS employee." The school district said it was making counselors available for students and staff over the summer.
  6. Yesterday the playbook was somehow in someone else's possession for 30 mins,give or take. Supposedly there's no worry because it was on a password protected ipad. There are some brilliant hackers that could hack that guy in a matter of seconds. New England is BFF with the most powerful man in the world. And then today espn puts out an article about illustrating kyle shanahan''s plays. I've never seen anything like that in all my life. They not illustrating NE shyt.Something is fishy and just don't sit right. The game will tell the tale. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18585391/illustrating-atlanta-falcons-go-plays-kyle-shanahan-super-bowl-li-2016-nfl-playoffs&ved=0ahUKEwjxo5yZ-u3RAhVNySYKHa2_BdMQqUMISzAK&usg=AFQjCNFGC2TAxm9EkTRtHKZl_AxKTtvZ0w
  7. Saw this tweet today and immediately freaked out. Let's hope it's nothing serious and than Coach doesn't leave it out there like Smitty did with Peria Jerry. I'm waiting for the press conference video to be posted on line to see if there's more that he said, but this doesn't sound good at all.
  8. https://www.facebook.com/profootball4all/videos/584149881775842/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED Are you kidding me?!?! Just when i had calmed down from all the other bullsh**, I see this. This is infuriating. Those dirty mothers were allowed to do whatever dirty crap they wanted in this game with no repercussions whatsoever. (couldn't figure out how to embed this particular video, sorry)
  9. boohoo this team and staff is a fuking nightmare
  10. 1. How is that even possible? 2. He says he'll be fine....I'm not too sure about that one. 3. Cowboys injuries are piling up, but I still think we will have to scrape out a win.
  11. In '13 I think we had cap rollover--like 10 million or so and this year We have about 5-7 million I kept thinking this would be the year we signed that edge rusher--then Jackson, Soliai, and Arenas (where is he?). Then the Hageman draft at 2--I said to myself wow we got bigger like they wanted and I guess tougher too. Smitty has always valued the DT and I thought well surly we will stop the run with these big dudes and convinced myself--we don't need a true pass rusher again. Nothing could be further from the truth--Mike Smith and Nolan are dead wrong Every rookie QB (Manuel) to Cutler comes in here and eats a sandwich when they drop back and has a career day. How many have we seen with best career stats. We have to be dead last against the pass. Despite decent initial coverage by our secondary eventually the opposing QB will find their target giving enough time. Our whole defense is designed to fail and Nolan and Smith deserve to go down with the ship and be fired now. You are wrong Smith---sackS are not over rated and this will be your epitaph
  12. It doesn't make any sense!! Last I checked a majority of Americans work Thursday and Friday. Some of my fondest memories come from draft weekend. You vege lay around do jack ish and throw stuff at the tv, eat junk have a couple of beers. One year (2004) my wife went into labor round one, I made her wait until round 4 or 5 and around pick 245 or so my oldest son was born. That would have never happened on a Thursday.
  13. Johnny Manziel dares Texans to pass on him http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000325869/article/johnny-manziel-dares-texans-to-pass-on-him By Chase Goodbread College Football 24/7 writer Published: Feb. 14, 2014 at 12:34 p.m. Updated: Feb. 14, 2014 at 01:42 p.m. The Houston Texans picking Johnny Manziel No. 1 overall in the NFL draft would be a great decision, Manziel said, but not picking him would be one the club would live to regret. Especially if the quarterback-starved Jacksonville Jaguars grabbed him with the No. 3 overall pick, and Houston had to play against him as a division opponent. "It would be the worst decision they've (the Texans) ever made," he told The Houston Chronicle of the possibility. "I'd be in the same division playing against them twice a year. Sorry, but you just turned that chip on my shoulder from a Frito into a Dorito." Double-dares aside, however, Manziel made it clear that playing for the homestate Texans is what he wants most. "I want them to say absolutely, without a doubt, with 100 percent certainty, that I'm who they want," Manziel said. "I want everybody from the janitor at Reliant Stadium to the front office executive assistant all the way up to (owner) Bob McNair to say, 'This kid is 100 percent, can't miss. This is who we want being the face of our program. We want the Texas kid staying in Texas and leading the Texans.'" Manziel played his high school ball in Kerrville, Texas. From a pure distance standpoint, it would be a stretch to suggest that Manziel is a hometown Houston kid. But Texans tend to be a close-knit group. State pride is no small matter, and not much summons Texas state pride as much as its quarterbacks. From Drew Brees to Matthew Stafford, from Robert Griffin III to Andrew Luck, they are everywhere. But they don't all play in Texas. "I'm a Texas kid. The state means a lot to me," he said. Your move, Houston. Candidly Manziel In his first public comments since announcing he would leave Texas A&M two years early for an NFL career, Manziel had plenty more to say on a variety of topics, including questions about his maturity, his rookie-year aspirations and more: » Manziel will be asked plenty about his maturity, reputation as a partier, and off-field decisions by NFL clubs at the NFL Scouting Combine next week. He'll be well-coached for all of it, but was candid about those subjects with reporters who visited his San Diego training site as well. "I was a kid who made some goofball decisions. That's been part of my journey. Maybe it's part of the whole Johnny Football deal that I'm trying to get away from," Manziel said. "I'm trying to show people I've grown up, and I've learned from my experiences. I feel like you're a stupid person if you continue to make the same wrong decisions. I don't want to hear, 'Oh, anybody in his situation would have been doing the same thing.' I'm 100 percent responsible for my actions." » The era of NFL rookie quarterbacks apprenticing on a bench for a year or two is disappearing quickly, especially for those drafted in the first round. If Manziel reaches his rookie-year goal, that notion could be buried for good: "People can call me crazy, and it's not cockiness (but), I'm going to put myself in (position) to win the Super Bowl every single year. A 5-10 guy (Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson) just won the Super Bowl in his second year in the NFL," he said. "That's unreal. I want to be the first rookie to win the Super Bowl." » Nobody can say Manziel doesn't know his Cleveland Browns history. The club has the No. 4 overall pick, but has historically had plenty of turnover at the quarterback position, and Manziel would love to try to end it if he ends up in Cleveland. "If something happens, and it's the Cleveland Browns, I'm going to pour my heart out for the Dawg Pound and try to win a Super Bowl for Cleveland," he said. "I don't care if they've had 20 starting quarterbacks since 1999. I'm going to be the 21st and the guy that brought them the Super Bowl." » Manziel's preparation for the combine includes film study with Kevin O'Connell, who was a New England Patriots backup quarterback when Texans coach Bill O'Brien was an assistant there under Bill Belichick. O'Connell is helping Manziel learn O'Brien's likes and dislikes about offensive football, and he can't wait to talk to O'Brien about it next week in Indianapolis. "In Indianapolis, I want to be able to sit there and him draw a play on the board and be like, 'Coach, that was your third-and-12 play from the Super Bowl," Manziel said. "You called that on the right hash from the 42-yard line driving in to score to win the game.' I want to blow his lid off when I'm in that situation." Follow Chase Goodbread on Twitter @ChaseGoodbread. This dude is really full of himself if he thinks he's a Number 1 pick, LOL!!!
  14. What was with that huge M&M? Embarrassing to say the least. It was bigger than the peach. Wont be going back.
  15. Or maybe 4-12 is acceptable to Mr. Blank. Damit stop handing out checks and extensions and grow a pair and fire some folks becuase your ticket buying fanbase thinks 4-12 is sheet and we're not going to stand for it no matter what excuses you hear. Give the job to someone that knows how to coach up players instead of the is 3rd & 4th quarter disappearing act
  16. Instead we sign SJax and TG to $10 million total... ignore our OL, then use those picks to draft 2 DEs we barely use. ******* way to go. Our UDFAs > our draft outside Toilolo, Alf, and Truf
  17. Unless it's OL help. I don't know wtf we are doing trying to find WRs. I hope if TD reads these boards (however unlikely) it clicks in his head that we are set at WR. Matty threw a career game with wet paper bags for an OL (even though they got better), and a bunch of nobodies at WR. It's clear this guy can work Brady/Brees magic and make mediocre players look like superstars. So PLEASE TD, stay away from skill players. PLEASE. If you're just sitting in your office twitching, and thinking about how great it would be to trade all our draft picks for Megatron... STOP. Go grab us the biggest DT you can find and two mediocre OTs and have both our lines battle to the death in a cagematch, and put the winners on our lines. Just no more skill players, ok?
  18. Has anyone else seen this article??? Sorry if it is a repost - apparently Holmes is practicing at LT because Baker is injured... along with PJ, JJ, ... wtf: http://www.thefalcoholic.com/2013/9/11/4720332/brace-yourselves-for-the-falcons-injury-report "Let's get the worst news out of the way first: Roddy White did not participate in practice with the ongoing high ankle sprain, and Julio Jones, Sam Baker and Jonathan Babineaux are each listed on the injury report as being held out of practice with knee injuries. We knew that White was continuing to deal with the high ankle sprain, and given the persistent nature of that particular injury, his designation on today's injury report is not a surprise. Julio Jones, however, is a surprise, as are Baker and Babineaux. Thomas DeCoud (knee), Peria Jerry (knee), Cliff Matthews (neck), Asante Samuel(thigh) and Sean Weatherspoon (knee) were all limited in today's practice." Is the sky really falling here?
  19. This guy, hahahaha, oh man Edit: For ya_boi_j He has a sack, fumble recovery, and is everywhere at once. It's like he's in the Matrix
  20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bc4Uqucobxo Kind of crazy that guys down there go through this 2 times a day. Especially when many are just simply held without trials because they were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.
  21. I read this in another thread and got no clear answer - but did RA's Coach really say he was not NFL-ready? And if so, why?
  22. Why hasn't he been cut? Why in the heck would he even mess with his monitor? He killed his friend and should be in prison. Yet he wants to mess with his blood alcohol monitor? Why hasn't Jones just released him?
  23. There is a video you can find but I am not posting it. So apparently there was a car accident , two men get out and one of them beheads another man in the middle of the street with a machete. He then goes on to do give a statement to a camera covered in blood to justify his actions. World aint right.
  24. Mixed this up from a few different rosters I've seen... I really feel like this is what we will see in 2013. Forgive me for any mistakes OFFENSE QB-Matt Ryan, Dominique Davis RB-Steven Jackson, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jason Snelling, FB-Brady Ewing WR-Roddy White,Julio Jones,Harry Douglas,Martel Moore, Darius Johnson TE-Tony Gonzalez,Levine Toilolo,Chase Coffman RT-Lamar Holmes, PhiillipKeith Manley RG-Garrett Reynolds, Mike Johnson C-Peter Konz,Joe Hawley LG-Justin Blalock,Harland Gunn LT-Sam Baker,Terran Jones DEFENSE RE-Osi Umenyiora,Jonathan Massaqoui,Stansly Maponga DT-Johnathan Babineaux, Richard Seymour, Corey Peters, Peria Jerry,Travian Robertson LE-Malliciah Goodman,Cliff Matthews, Kroy Biermann (fluid position) ROLB-Sean Weatherspoon, Pat Schiller MLB-Akeem Dent, Brian Banks LOLB-Stephen Nicholas, Joplo Bartu CB-Asante Samuel,Desmond Trufant,Robert Alford,Robert McClain, Dominique Franks SS-William Moore, Zeke Motta FS-Thomas Decoud,Kemal Ishmael SPECIAL TEAMS P/K-Matt Bosher,Matt Bryant, Josh Harris PRACTICE SQUAD Theo Goins RT/RG Peyton Thompson CB Terrence Johnson CB Adam Replogle DT Ronnie Wingo RB Sean Renfree QB Drew Davis WR Antone Smith RB
  25. Has anyone been watching SportsCenter during the draft (stupid question, but really)? I'll summarize it for you: 1. What is Tebow gonna do?!!?! 2. Manti Te`o was signed by the Chargers... OMG!!111 3. There is this gay guy who was in the NBA and that is awesome 4. What is Tebow gonna do?!?! 5. Have we mentioned Te`o yet? Seriously... for hours, and hours. I was hoping to get some nice recaps on who got certain hot UDFA's... some analysis on draft picks the Falcons got (yea that'll never happen). The fact that a "sports" network's main story after the NFL DRAFT is where a meaningless back-up QB will go... is utterly disgusting. Te`o? Why the **** should I care about an overrated LB who got blown up by a real team in the BCS title game? I wouldn't mind if they dedicated 24 hours a day to the Jason Collins (gay NBA player)... at least that has some form of meaning / social impact. WHY DO I CARE ABOUT TEBOW?? WHY DO I CARE ABOUT TE`O?? They are just a ******* joke. It's as bad if not worse than MTV. 50 minutes of some jackhole who means nothing to the NFL except his annoying celeb-story, and then 10 minutes of highlights focusing solely on 2-3 teams from each of the different leagues. Ok, my rant is done.
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