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On this episode of Off The Grid, the guys try to figure out why the “cute mascots” method to filling out a bracket beat pretty much everybody, discuss gang life for pro athletes like DeSean Jackson and attempt to love baseball. Also, there’s a quick debate on the best way to consume bacon, eggs and cheese in sandwich form.
— joe м (@dr_pizza_MD) April 2, 2014
When did April Fool’s get expanded to a two-day festival? That photo(shop) behind DeSean Jackson is both hilarious and politically pertinent. Well played, @dr_pizza.
Not many people can rip an argument to shreds the way Richard Sherman can. Love him or hate him, he’s one of the most insightful and observant athletes out there, and he continued his run of exposing ridiculous double-standards with an article on MMQB, published today.
Sorry, Eagles fans, but this doesn’t appear to be a joke. One of your best players was cut for being a gangster — or is it because he made too much money? Or is it because he didn’t work hard enough in practice? — and now he’s headed to a division rival where he will wreak havoc on your secondary for years to come.
“Diamonds on my Neck,” was an under-appreciated hit from 2013. What’s next for DeSean Jackson? Probably something like “Rumors on my Twitter,” which can detail how the Eagles caught wind of his gang connections and promptly fired him.
After careful consideration this offseason, Eagles decide to part ways with DeSean Jackson. The team informed him of his release today.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 28, 2014
It’s been real, DeSean.
Guess he’s over Chantel Jeffries (you can have her, Bieber).
In a football game, DeSean typically gets a few opportunities, and makes the most of them. In the rap game, DeSean gets one opportunity, and… well, we’ll let you judge.