That banner image.... That is one Superb Owl, right? RIGHT???????
Here, have another...
Hehehehe....that one always makes me laugh. And I needed a good laugh right now.
I've had a disheartening and exhausting couple of days recently. Some of you know why. Better I don't talk about it publicly.
So let's just get
Special April edition! With Lamar! looking like a very confused, out-of-place Notre Dame mascot imitator. And #ThePauls being #ThePauls. Thank heavenly Jeebus Tittyfuck for that.
So let's start with the losers of Round 1. Snap judgments, since we obviously ain't seen these cats play at the NFL level, and I'm still
Adam Jones pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge In Cincinnati today, avoiding a felony charge & trial for the obstruction incident he was involved in earlier this year.
He apologized to the officer and the court, and was sentenced to time-served (2 days).
Even though this was a "chuh"
Looking to prevent him developing an itch to scratch, Alabama put academics to the fore and gave Nick Saban an extension through 2024, raising the amount they're paying him to $65 million over the life of the deal.
That includes a $4 million signing bonus for 2017, taking his
The second-round starts Wednesday with the Western conference matchups, Nashville at St. Louis and Edmonton at Anaheim.
NBC is pinning its ratings on Washington-Pittsburgh, putting them in primetime on the weekend.
Ottawa-New York & Nashville-St. Louis get the afternoons.
Because of the time zones involved, the Edmonton-Anaheim series
Tracy Porter has been waived by the Bears.
Backup QB news:
Matt McGloin has been signed by the Eagles
T.J. Yates has been signed by the Bills.
The Bills also signed Ian Seau, the undrafted free-agent nephew of Junior and proof the Spanos family wouldn't know a good PR
players getting paid before the franchise tag / free agency deadline:
Antonio Brown, Steelers: 4 years, $68 million
technically, an extension of his rookie deal, which would have paid him $4.7 million in 2017
he got a signing bonus as well, to top-up this year
Eric Berry, Chiefs:
Hi, my name's Beerguy, and I'd like to talk with you about the future.
Super Bowl LI(cked) is in the book, so it's time to start looking forward to next season.
If you're like me, your team didn't win, and that's okay. It's okay because your team has learned from its mistakes,
Take it as you will, but the League reports concussions were down from 2015.
According to ESPN, there were 244 reported concussions during practices and games in the preseason and regular season, down from 275 in 2015.
But the number is still higher than it was in 2014