• Video: Growing Outrage Over Road Rage Death of Former NFL Player
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    Video: Growing Outrage Over Road Rage Death of Former NFL Player

    And outrage is mounting over the shooting in Louisiana that killed a former NFL player. Tonight, one witness coming forward to say what she saw during that deadly confrontation. Here's Eva pilgrim. Reporter: Tonight, new details about that deadly encounter. An eyewitness speaking out. I just stood there like, oh, my god, he really just shot this man. Reporter: Police say Ronald gasser admitting shooting Joe Mcknight. Vanessa Scott saying what she says she saw happened. He was like this at the window. Once he moved from the window, he walked around to the front part after the car, kept his arm locked. Reporter: And pointing? Pointed at the front of the car. Reporter: At the windshield? Yes, the

  • Jayson Williams calls himself 'a coward' for his role in his limo driver's 2002 shooting, coverup
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    Ball Don't Lie

    Jayson Williams calls himself 'a coward' for his role in his limo driver's 2002 shooting, coverup

    It has nearly been 15 years since Costas “Gus” Christofi, a limousine driver working to shepherd former NBA All-Star Jayson Williams and his litany of friends around for a wild night out, was accidentally shot to death in Williams’ New Jersey estate. After a series of deadlocked juries and retrials Williams later pled guilty to aggravated assault in the rifle death in 2010, and the former Nets center was found guilty on four counts of attempting to cover up his role in Christofi’s death. Williams, free since 2012 and working with an alcohol problem prior to Christofi’s death, is clearly still working through the aftermath after all but abandoning the post-NBA career that seemed so expertly laid out for him.

  • Jets turn themselves into a total embarrassment on 'Monday Night Football'
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    Jets turn themselves into a total embarrassment on 'Monday Night Football'

    After the third play of the game, a third-down incompletion from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, New York Jets fans started loudly booing. NFL players and coaches bristle whenever the word “quit” is brought up. The first series of the game was a Jets’ three-and-out.