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You couldn’t come up with this sharp a take yourself, because you’re no Mike Florio. Brace yourselves for the cold-hard truth.
Battle Royale! One of the combatants is a furry, costumed funster who dances for your NFL amusement. And the other is the Jaguars’ mascot.
Mike Florio Of ProFootballTalk Is Actively Trying To Set The Internet On Fire By Demanding That Football Players Skip Their Child’s Birth For Football
This isn’t even about how you feel about this issue. Yes, we live in a time when pregnancies can be planned, especially by athletes with money. But accidental pregnancies do happen, and not everyone wants their child to enter the world through a planned C-section. No matter the precaution, sometimes NFL players will have a child born on or around a Sunday during football season.
Conspiracy Theory Of The Day: Are Archie Manning And Oliver Luck Working To Keep Their Sons Off The Same Team?
Earlier today, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio joined Dan Patrick to share a conspiracy theory he has – albeit a rather believable-seeming one. You know how Archie Manning said his son Peyton and Andrew Luck probably shouldn’t be on the same team…then backtracked, saying he knew that Manning and Luck could coexist peacefully after all? Well, suffice to say, Florio thinks Archie Manning’s original remarks were the more accurate ones.
When the Patriots traded for Albert Haynesworth, the prevailing initial reaction was, “Wow.” But there was also the sentiment that the Patriots might have gotten a steal. Not everyone’s so sure, though…for good reason.
The Miami Dolphins might be one step closer to hiring Jim Harbaugh. Reports indicate they may have already interviewed a minority candidate, which would satisfy the NFL’s controversial Rooney Rule.
New York Jets strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi was suspended and fined $25,000 for deliberately tripping Miami Dolphin Nolan Carroll as Carroll raced down the sideline on a punt during Sunday’s game. Who was the biggest loser in this story?