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Great NFL players — and formerly great players — are often cut by their long-time teams, because football is more about the scheme than the personnel. It makes for some ignominious exits, but if teams want to stay competitive, they can’t give millions of dollars and a roster spot to a guy out of sentimentality or hope.
— Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) March 6, 2014
BLAM BLAM BLAM. Twitter shots fired by Wade Phillips, the best 66-year-old Twitter user out there.
Presenting The Portland Raiders: Everyone In The Black Hole Will Wear Flannel And Ride Fixed Gear Bikes To The Game
@MikeVick would intently make the vikings a playoff team!
— Adrian Peterson (@AdrianPeterson) March 6, 2014
Trust us, AD — if Vick could intently make a team a Super Bowl contender, he’d have done it already.
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Openly mocked for lack of wardrobe diversity, rumored to be at odds with 49ers players and management — Jim Harbaugh answers his critics with this …
This man would have done well to read up on Leonard Tose. The former Philadelphia Eagles owner once lost $1.23 million in Atlantic City, and filed a suit to get out of paying it, saying the casino let him gamble while drunk. He lost.
People hate change, particularly when the change could cost them their jobs. That’s understandable. So it’s encouraging that Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, rather than just raving and ranting against the idea to make the extra point after touchdowns a 43-yard field goal, responded with a bona fide zinger and quality alternative to help make the game more exciting.
Yeah, it kinda looks like he’s masturbating with batting gloves.