The Pittsburgh Steelers had a busy and productive Monday with free agency fast approaching. First, they placed the exclusive franchise tag on running back Le’Veon Bell, meaning he’s not going anywhere this season. Steelers and Antonio Brown have reached agreement on deal to make him highest paid WR in NFL, per sources.
I personally like Richard Sherman, and I greatly respect his football abilities. But, man, from time to time he says some questionable things. Our own night-shift supervisor Curtis Crabtree, while performing his day-job duties for KJR radio in Seattle, has put together an article picking apart Sherman’s effort to suggest that his controversial threat to “ruin the career” of a Seattle reporter is the latest example of the “fake news” phenomenon. “Nobody ever knew what I said,” Sherman said in an interview with ESPN, via Crabtree. “Once again, ‘sources say.’ Who was there? Did anybody see it? Who was there? Who said it?” Asked directly by Cari Champion of ESPN whether the quote was not correct,
Monday, February 27, 2017: What If Everything Works Out For the Redskins and Kirk Cousins? You have to hand it to Kevin Ricca. Sure, he may buy his cutoff jorts in the boys section of the department store (leading to incredibly uncomfortable views for Tim Strachan). Sure, he may have the shortest fuse when it comes to arguing about whether or not Trent Williams should start for the Redskins at tackle or guard (seriously, bring it up when speaking with him). On Hogs Haven and The Audible, however, he serves as that little warning light that flashes over the side mirrors of your car when the lane next to you is occupied. In other words, he is our Chief of Staying In Your Lane (this is secondary