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Hey! Poll-happy America! Here’s another Sporting News NFL player survey to pass the time. This edition asked NFL players who the dirtiest player on the gridiron was and not surprisingly, Ndamukong Suh took home the title for the second year running. Find out who rounded out the list after the jump.
Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan lives to get under opponents’ skin. And it’s no wonder why he loves doing it so much: he’s really, really good at it. How his latest baiting just might have won the Rams a game yesterday, after the jump.
In case you needed one more reason to think Andre Johnson wasn’t wrong for beating up Cortland Finnegan, here you go.
Andre Johnson will be in uniform when The Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Texans face off Thursday night on the NFL Network, and it’s sparking all sorts of controversy.
According to Fox 26 in Houston, Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will not be suspended for beating up Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan. And this, really, is a good thing.
Earlier today, the Houston Texans shut out the Tennessee Titans, 20-0…but we’re willing to bet you’ll hear more about a fight between the Texans’ Andre Johnson and Titans’ Cortland Finnegan than the game itself.
Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil decided to flip off the referees during yesterday’s Titans – Broncos game, and, luckily for fans of obscenity-during-sporting-events, the whole thing was caught on camera.