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    Hines Ward DWTS

    On March 24, 2011 By

    I enjoy watching athletes compete on a stage other than the one they are pro’s in. To see highly skilled dudes put themselves on the line competing in a foreign venue is entertaining viewing to me, no matter what the format is.  

    So tuning in Hines Ward on “Dancing with the Stars” was a no-brainer. In my view, […]

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      On the NFL labor negotiations front, it’s being reported that current NFL Alumni president and former Giants DE George Martin, a 14-year player and 10-year NFLPA rep, can’t get a meeting with NFLPA prez De Smith. Did i get that right? Can’t get a meeting?

      C’mon, are you serious?

      In a day and age where […]

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        With the NFL labor situation melting down into the hands of the lawyers, Baltimore Ravens Safety Tom Zbikowski decided to continue to pursue work in the ring of professional pugilism. Over the weekend Zbikowski stepped into the ring for the second time as a pro.

        Fighting on the undercard of the Miguel Cotto-Ricardo Mayorga headliner […]

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          Where’s the common sense?

          On December 23, 2010 By

          Egregious is a word that’s been bandied about the NFL these days to describe some of the hits and thusly the follow up fines handed down by NFL Grand Poo-Bah Ray Anderson.

          On the same weekend as the Jets Sal Alosi participated in “Knee-gate” and got a suspension and a $25,000 fine, another more”egregious” foul occurred […]

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            Being One of the Boys

            On December 15, 2010 By

            I agree with former Dolphin linebacker Zack Thomas when he said that a wall was provided and ordered up from either special teams coach Mike Westhoff or Rex Ryan on a punt return against the Miami Dolphins.

            In the Jets game against the Dolphins which everybody has seen, Strength and Conditioning Coach Sal Alosi stuck […]

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              Conspiracy Solved

              On December 10, 2010 By

              All right, you can take off the aluminum foil and duct tape for now. The conspiracy that i thought was percolating a mere 24 hours ago is not the conspiracy that i thought conspired yesterday.

              How do i know Chris Chester was simply trying to even the score with James Harrison and now can see my […]

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                One of the big questions to be answered on the big stage tonight in Baltimore is how will the NFL officials handle this game.

                Think about it. After the trifecta of hits back on October 17th that triggered the onslaught of fines for unecessary roughness the aforementioned Grand PooBah of NFL decorum Ray Anderson issued […]

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                  There is mucho wailing and gnashing of teeth over the present quandry of the rules and ramifications of hitting quarterbacks. The NFL through the Grand Imperial Pooh-Bah Ray Anderson has issued many directives concerning the Bozo no-no’s of pass rushing. It has caused much confusion. Rather than dwell on what we don’t know, let’s look at what we […]

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                    I’m a little fuzzy on the NFL math. Let’s see…James Harrison gets banged for $5,000 for uprooting Vince Young. Then it jumps to $75,000 for hitting Massaquoi in the course of a play. For, I believe it was called, being a repeat offender. The fact that James says he tries to hurt guys supposedly factored […]

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                      James Harrison met with the NFL commish Rog Goodell this Tuesday in New York to discuss the new crack down on illegal hits. Today James was fined for the third time, this time for $20,000 bringing his total to $100,000. On today’s podcast I break it down and discuss the impact and affect it will have on the silverback and the team.

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                        NFL Backed Into a Corner?

                        On October 21, 2010 By

                        Has the NFL backed itself into a corner after laying down the law with the fines and throwing out the possibility of handing out suspensions?Especially after not coming out and saying definitively of the three big hits over the weekend which one(s) were deemed excessive.

                        The guys in New York have the clicker at their […]

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