Wayne Hunter

#75T,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 320
Born:
College: Hawaii
Birth Place: Honolulu, Hawaii
Draft: 2003 3rd round (9th pick) by the
  • OJ parole board tie guy says he was trying to ‘keep the mood light’
    New York Post

    OJ parole board tie guy says he was trying to ‘keep the mood light’

    A Kansas City Chiefs fan stole the show at O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing on Thursday. Adam Endel — one of four commissioners who voted to cut The Juice loose — opted to wear his finest red-and-gold striped Chiefs tie at proceedings televised live around the cable world. Endel said he decided to wear his Chiefs tie earlier in the week — as an inside joke with pals and to lighten the mood at the terribly serious hearing. “I thought it would be noticed, maybe in Kansas City, but I didn’t think it’d get this big,” he told The Post on Thursday night. “I was trying to keep it (the mood) light. We were all so nervous all week, it was just crazy.” The Internet was hysterical over Endel’s choice in neckwear.

  • Playoff drought looms over Buffalo Bills' latest fresh start
    The Associated Press

    Playoff drought looms over Buffalo Bills' latest fresh start

    Darryl Talley bit his lip so not to risk spouting a profanity. The Buffalo Bills' 17-year playoff drought roils the emotions of the franchise's proud old guard. The feelings are hardly different for Bill Polian, architect of the Bills' golden-era teams of the late 1980s and early '90s.

  • Blood Orange Juice for Stitches
    New York Post

    Blood Orange Juice for Stitches

    He’s at the 10, he’s at the 5. TOUCHDOWN! Parole granted for O.J. Simpson who called himself a “pretty straight shooter” but was released nonetheless. The 70-year-old still looks willing and able and will be a hot commodity come October. “32” would have been a huge hit at Comic-Con. Next year. For now: Running backs coach for the Buffalo Bills. … Caitlyn Jenner’s campaign manager. … Joining forces with Bill Cosby on the “Do The Right Thing” tour. … Spokesman for Isotoner gloves. … All are sensible plays. But driving the pace car with buddy Al Cowlings at next year’s Indy 500 seems the most logical fit. Pirates made the Brewers walk the plank. Jimmy Nelson surrendered four runs over five innings