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Usually when weed and football collide, you get nonsensical suspensions that keep some of the NFL’s best players off the field. But we’ve finally found a good story about a football player who is cool with weed — probably because he doesn’t use it to get high, but instead to fatten his pockets.
As a new football season begins it also means we officially hear about suspensions handed down for some NFL bad boys. There are several guys facing suspensions who could use both extra cash and plenty of distractions. And there are other NFL players, any of whom could get themselves into trouble at any time. What is the best non-NFL line of work for them?
Emmanuel Sanders came into this season with plenty of hype after a career year in Pittsburgh and is ranked as a Top 30 receiver in all formats. He is a very talented player and more than capable of producing a solid season in Denver … but this is the time to sell him.
Convenience store clerk won’t sell customers Gatorade, because they’re not actively sweating. Are these hidden-camera ads on the level? And how can you not recognize Peyton Manning? Answers following the jump.
Peyton Manning, Wes Welker Dancing At Practice Is A Fanny Pack Full Of Mayonaise Shy Of Being The Whitest Thing on Earth
Forbes released its list of top-paid athletes for 2014 on Wednesday, and while the top five featured a somewhat predictable list of boxers (Floyd Mayweather was first), soccer stars (Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi), and NBA stars (LeBron James and Kobe Bryant), the only NFL player to crack the top 10 was Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, who will earn approximately $43.8 million this year.
This week on Off The Grid, we delve deeper into Matt’s piece on RJ Bell and the media outlets that love him, listen in on some increasingly sad voicemails that Eli Manning* let for his big brother, and discuss the “show” the Red Hot Chili Peppers put on during the Super Bowl halftime.
No one expected a Super bowl blowout. But as Scott Engel and Adam Ronis outline, the NFC is clearly better than the AFC, and Russell Wilson is no “game manager.”