Family patriarch & chief enabler Alex Spanos died Tuesday morning, aged 95.
Disappointed in the man his son had become, Alex Spanos leaves behind three other, hopefully less embarrassing, children, and a whole litter of grand- & great grandchildren.
Two of his grandsons look after the day-to-day operations
They say that she went peacefully...
...SHE DID NOT!
Jarvis Landry wins the prize (?) as the first player to be franchise-tagged in 2018.
I thought for sure it would have been Kirk Cousins, because Dan Snyder is an idiot surrounded by morons.
There's a logic that this might make him an attractive trade prospect, because willing
I didn't get my book read last night. Shocking, I know.
I probably won't get to it today/tonight either. Mostly because I suck and am easily distracted...
Also, you guys are too damned funny to resist sometimes. Peer Pressure!!!!!
We've Got Some NFL Stuff To Talk About
First and foremost, fuck you Spanos, Goodell
This year's Hall of Fame candidates were announced. There are 108 names in total eligible for shortlisting & unfortunate interviewing by Peter King.
First timers are led by Randy Moss, Brian Urlacher, Ronde Barber and Ray Lewis, who I know would kill to be included in the Hall.
Well, I believe I speak for the majority when I say, those were some real Week-1 preseason games.
Oh, and fuck Dean Spanos with a rusty shiv. μαλάκας!
The Lord giveth, and BLEERGH taketh away:
A week after signing a new five-year deal, Devonta Freeman is in concussion protocol.
Last week, former San Diego Chargers radio color commentator and long time center, Nick Hardwick, announced that he would be doing a complete and total about-face on his decision to call games for the second NFL team in Los Angeles. This is rather surprising, considering the fact that Hardwick had
The opening of the new joint Rams and Chargers stadium in Inglewood, Calif., has been delayed until 2020.
Unexpected rainfall this winter has slowed work on site excavation & foundation preparation.
Per the L.A. Times, water at times stood up to 12 to 15 feet deep from
After sixteen years of threats, the San Diego Chargers officially filed for relocation last Thursday to move to Los Angeles, a city that has made it abundantly clear that they do not want them. His eyes on smoggier pastures and the false promise of more cash monies, Dean Spanos stomp, stomp,
A full #content day here at [DFO]'s undersea headquarters, thanks to that malaka Dean Spanos and the ingenuity & wit of the various award-snubbed authors we have on staff.
Fearing they'd miss out on all that guaranteed Raider-fan money, the Chargers announced they are moving to LA to be