Byron Jerideau

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Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 334
Born:
College: South Carolina
Birth Place: Green Pond, South Carolina
  • ABC News26 minutes ago

    How often have athletes snubbed the White House?

    The routine is familiar. The president makes a few bad jokes. The championship-winning team presents the leader of the free world with a personalized jersey. Everyone smiles for the cameras. Nothing political about that, right? Not exactly. In a divided nation, everything is political. While presidents have been snubbed before, six players from the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots took it to another level by preemptively turning down an expected invitation from President Trump. Rest assured, they won't be the last to mix sports and politics. "The balance of power in professional sports now rests more with the performers than the owners," said Stephen Mosher, a professor of sports management

  • The Cheat Sheet18 minutes ago

    The 7 Worst Games of Tom Brady

    For former sixth-round draft pick, Tom Brady, the majority of his legendary career is nothing short of skillful and brilliant. Well, to prove that No. 12 can in fact make mistakes, Brady has experienced a handful of forgettable performances — some costing his New England Patriots critical games. With a redemption officially in the books after a decisive win against the Falcons a year later, here are the seven worst games of Tom Brady’s career, ranked in chronological order. 1.

  • One Hall of Fame voter sheds light on why Terrell Owens didn't make it in
    CBS Sports

    One Hall of Fame voter sheds light on why Terrell Owens didn't make it in

    A year ago, when Terrell Owens wasn’t voted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, controversy erupted. As our Will Brinson wrote at the time, it was “a little ridiculous for Owens not to be in the Hall of Fame right away” considering he’s ranked near the top in every receiving category. So, imagine the controversy when Owens didn’t get enough votes -- again -- to be inducted this year.  The backlash has been substantial. Owens, himself, called it a “flawed process” in the immediate aftermath. And he hasn’t slowed down since, saying in the past week alone that he “lost all respect” for the Hall of Fame process and that he’s better than Hall of Famer Cris Carter. If Owens is looking