• Cris Carter: Dallas Cowboys should trade Tony Romo for J.J. Watt
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    Cris Carter: Dallas Cowboys should trade Tony Romo for J.J. Watt

    Cris Carter believes he knows what the Dallas Cowboys should do with Tony Romo. The Hall of Fame wide receiver realizes the team needs a pass rusher while the Houston Texans are starving for a talented quarterback. This makes the formula in the offseason simple for Carter, who says the teams should talk about a trade that would shake up the entire NFL. "I'd try to pull off a deal [with the Houston Texans] for [defensive end] J.J. Watt," Carter said. "That's what I would try to do. That would be the deal I'd be trying to go for with Jerry [Jones]. I'd try to get J.J. Watt. [Jadaveon] Clowney's established himself, Watt's got a bad back. How long is [Watt] going to be able to play at that level?

  • Here's what Rex Ryan's custom-painted Buffalo Bills truck looks like now
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    Here's what Rex Ryan's custom-painted Buffalo Bills truck looks like now

    Back when Rex Ryan was hired as the coach of the Buffalo Bills, he gave his pickup truck a redesign. He kept the truck looking exactly like that for the entirety of his tenure as Buffalo's coach, which was a little bit embarrassing when he got fired in December. He had to drive away from the Bills' facility in a custom-painted truck that bore the logo of a team for which he no longer worked. It's been about three weeks now, and Rex has apparently given his truck a redesign. What's it look like now? Ryan's son, Seth, plays at Clemson, so that's why you see the Tigers' logo on the truck. They just won the national title, so it's a pretty good time to be driving around repping Clemson.

  • Tomlin not letting up on Brown after ill-advised Facebook Live video
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    Tomlin not letting up on Brown after ill-advised Facebook Live video

    FOXBORO – Mike Tomlin didn’t sidestep questions related to Antonio Brown’s ill-advised locker room broadcast. Instead, Tomlin actually seemed to up the ante during a conference call with New England media. Asked whether Brown seemed to get the message that Tomlin delivered and take it seriously, Tomlin said, “I think time always tells those stories.” Tomlin easily could have used a “we’re moving on” message or talked about how Brown simply made a youthful mistake but he opted not to. Which isn’t surprising. The number one criticism of Tomlin is that the Steelers head coach runs a loose ship and that the lack of discipline and accountability is a big issue. Seeing Brown run a live broadcast from