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Archive for September 2008

Karma Bites The Pats & Tom Brady….In The Knee

September 8, 2008

Apparently, this Belichick guy really does know what he’s doing. And that knowledge may be tested more than ever before in the coming weeks. Patriots coach Bill Belichick left many around the football world scratching their heads when he stuck with Matt Cassel as his backup quarterback despite his struggles throughout the preseason. No one […]

Randolph On The Move?

September 7, 2008

The Knicks have a trade proposal on the table with the Memphis Grizzlies that would dump Zach Randolph and his hefty contract in exchange for Darko Milicic and Marko Jaric. President of basketball operations Donnie Walsh has been trying to move Randolph to free up some salary cap room for the Knicks. New York had […]

Rays Longoria Off The DL

September 6, 2008

Evan Longoria was activated off the 15-day disabled list Saturday after the Tampa Bay slugger said he felt “almost 100 percent” following 30 swings with a regular bat. “I don’t know how much better it could get,” Longoria said. “It felt great today.” Longoria, out since Aug. 7 after being hit by a pitch from […]

After 9 Seasons, Daunte Is Done

September 4, 2008

Quarterback Daunte Culpepper retired from the National Football League after nine seasons, unable to find a job as a starter or backup. Culpepper, 31, announced his decision in a letter, titled “Farewell NFL,” that was e-mailed today to the league’s Web site. The three-time Pro Bowl pick, who played for Oakland last season, was unsigned […]

Rudi On Bell: ‘Shyster, conniving stuff’

September 3, 2008

While the Detroit Lions organization might not have anything to say about the bizarre incident surrounding former running back Tatum Bell, current Lions running back Rudi Johnson had plenty to say. According to Johnson, Bell took two of Johnson’s duffel bags from the Lions locker room on Monday and, when they were returned by another […]

Broncos Trade Foxworth

September 2, 2008

The Denver Broncos have traded CB Dominique Foxworth to the Atalanta Falcons for an undisclosed draft pick in ’09. “I wish the Broncos and Mike Shanahan and Pat Bowlen well,” Foxworth said. “I appreciate the time they gave me here. But if they feel it’s time for me to move on, then I have to […]

History Made In Baseball Yesterday

September 2, 2008

Adrian Beltre of the Seattle Mariners and Stephen Drew of the Arizona Diamondbacks became the first players in 88 years to hit for the cycle on the same day. Bobby Veach of the Detroit Tigers and George Burns of the New York Giants lasted turned the trick on Sept. 17, 1920. Beltre, 29, matched a […]

Roger Isn’t The Only Clemens Getting In Trouble With The Law

September 1, 2008

Koby Clemens, the son of Roger Clemens, Mark Ori and Jimmy Goethals were arrested early Sunday morning after several members of the Salem Avalanche baseball team spent Saturday night at a popular Salem restaurant. Clemens and Ori were charged with disorderly conduct and Goethals with assault and battery. All three were taken to the Roanoke County-Salem […]