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Unfortunate, but it said right there on the meeting’s agenda: “Mayor to get egged by disgruntled councilmember.”
OK, Moving On: Arizona Cardinals’ Jonathan Dwyer Has Just Been Arrested For Domestic Violence, Says Source
The Cardinals are to meet the 49ers on Sunday.
Comedian Megan MacKay made this video last week: and while the title may signal something in poor taste and unfunny, the result is actually the opposite. She’s made one of the most on-target commentaries on Rice, and the phenomenon of domestic abuse, I have seen lately. But you may just enjoy it for the makeup tips.
Technically, however, Castrol is the first sponsor to completely cut him loose. Fun fact: Castrol is a subsidary of BP Oil. How bad does your PR have to be to be shunned by BP?
Just when you think things couldn’t be any worse for the NFL, this: Gloria Allred is holding a press conference in Atlanta, alleging that Roger Goodell didn’t do enough to investigate Brandon Marshall’s domestic abuse cases.
ESPN’s Week 1 projections sucked. Week 2 was different — my projections sucked. See how I did, plus my picks for Week 3, inside…
According to a source in the sporting goods industry, and they would know, the NFL is dialing back the pink this October. And you won’t see any during nationally televised games.
How a billionaire can sound so much like every other opinionated asshole who calls into sports talk radio we’ll never know. Listen to him complain about the NFL right after he explains how much BiLLiOnZ uh dollarz he has, after the jump…
How do you go from reinstating a guy to play in Week 3 to suspending him indefinitely? That’s what the Vikings brass sort of explained this morning.