• According to TMZ, Chad Johnson is having trouble finding a hotel to house his upcoming wedding to Evelyn Lozada. The wedding is going to be part of some ridiculous TV show, and reportedly, none of the hotels want to deal with the hassle. I can't imagine why. I'm sure everything will be understated and drama-free, because that's what Chad Johnson and reality shows are famous for.
• In other news that isn't great for The Ocho, Pro Football Weekly doesn't love his chances of making the Patriots roster for 2012.
• Alex Tanney, once invited to Bills rookie camp, is now moving on to the Kansas City Chiefs. Why would you care? You wouldn't, probably, but it's another excuse to show the trick-throw video that made Tanney famous:
• The next goal for Aaron Maybin, who miraculously resurrected his career last season with the Jets, is to be an every down player. To do that, he needs to add weight. And to do that, he needs the help of Michael Phelps. I'm going to assume it also involves a lot of avocadoes and shoving Jay Glazer into pools.
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• Kelly Tripucka's son wants to be a long snapper. I don't know why, exactly, but that sentence makes me happy.
• Former Pro Bowl running back Jamal Lewis declared bankruptcy. And things are just going downhill from there.
• Speaking of bankruptcy, Andre Rison will be featured in an upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 film entitled "Broke." If you've ever wondered how so many athletes go from big salaries to empty pockets so quickly after retirement (78 percent of NFL players are broke within three years of retirement, according to the film's synopsis), this will be a must-watch.