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Opportunities are few in the NFL… Can't wait to get to work #9erEmpire
— Jonathan A. Martin (@J_Martin71) March 12, 2014
ESPN is reporting that San Francisco has traded a conditional draft pick to Miami for Martin, who was at the center of the Richie Incognito bullying story earlier this year.
If Tony Romo is the stupid face of the Dallas Cowboys, and Dez Bryant is the talented but emotional hands, and DeMarco Murray is the broken foot, and owner Jerry Jones is the drug-addled brain, then DeMarcus Ware is the backbone. Or, he was.
Arguably the greatest player in Carolina Panthers history is expected to be cut today, for reasons that are quite unclear. Take this personally, Steve Smith.
I gotta take a big ol sh*t but my cleanin lady still here.And she super nice so I dont even wanna do her like that by tearin up the bathroom
— George Iloka (@George_iloka) March 10, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals were legit Super Bowl contenders last year, except for the fact that they had a flaming noodle arm at the game’s most important position. Or at least that was the opinion of the masses. I personally revealed on my hit TV show, “First Take,” that the Bengals lacked the KILLER INSTINCT, and thus would never amount to anything. And safety George Iloka has simply confirmed my opinion, by showing that he’s afraid to upset a maid by taking a smelly shit.
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.