If you wanna learn how to be one of most hardest hittin safeties in da league!
If you wanna learn how to be one of most hardest hittin safeties in da league!— Darren Sharper (@sharper42) June 18, 2013
Always good to get out on the water and clear your mind. My R and R
Always good to get out on the water and clear your mind. My R and R— deuce mcallister (@dmcallister26) June 18, 2013
So has anybody said anything incredibly stupid on the radio this morning? (Besides Tommy Tucker, that is.)
So has anybody said anything incredibly stupid on the radio this morning? (Besides Tommy Tucker, that is.)— 790 The Boned (@moosedenied) June 18, 2013
Steve Gleason is a greater man than most
Steve Gleason releases statement following Atlanta radio segment | NOLA.com
"Regarding the DJ skit in Atlanta yesterday. I would like to thank the public for their support," he wrote. "'Defend Team Gleason' now has been officially redefined. Additionally, the DJs have provided genuine apology. Received and accepted. We have all made mistakes in this life. How we learn from our mistakes is the measure of who we are.
"I think everyone can learn from this event. It's clear to me that, on a national & global scale, ALS is not understood, which is part of why it's underfunded and largely ignored. In the past 36 hours lots of people have been talking. Let's talk about this ...
"There are zero treatments for ALS. If you take any action as a result of this event, I prefer it to be action to end ALS. See what we are doing to change that @ teamgleason.org. SG"
Steve Gleason accepts apologies of Atlanta DJs | wwltv.com New Orleans
A day after three Atlanta radio hosts were fired for mocking Steve Gleason’s battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the former Saints player issued a response, accepting the apology of the men responsible for the skit.
Gleason accepts the apologies of radio hosts | ProFootballTalk
Gleason’s work on behalf of others with the disease has been remarkable and uplifting. But his forgiveness might be as impressive, and an example for each of us.
Fired radio hosts offer apologies for making fun of Steve Gleason | ProFootballTalk
"I deeply regret the ill attempt at humor from this morning’s show," Cellini wrote on Facebook on Monday night. "I have personally apologized to Steve Gleason and his wife. The comments were insensitive and offensive and do not represent my personal views regarding the severity of the disease."
Community outraged over Steve Gleason skit | wwltv.com New Orleans
"I can't say what I thought about it on TV because it was kind of like, 'those stupid you know what' and I said I can't believe they did that," said WWL Radio Host Bobby Hebert. Hebert says he got his first big break in radio at that very Atlanta station> He said he knows the men behind the joke all to well. "I guess if I didn't know them I would be like, how in the world could they do that? But I am not surprised because they are kind of on the edge," said Hebert during the radio broadcast Monday.
Atlanta radio hosts fired for mocking Steve Gleason | Audibles - SI.com
The co-hosts of Atlanta sports-talk radio show "Mayhem in the A.M." on 790 The Zone have been fired, one of them tweeted, in the wake of the controversy over a skit that made fun of former Saints player Steve Gleason. Gleason is this week's guest columnist for Monday Morning Quarterback.
Radio stunt mocking former Saint Steve Gleason costs jobs
Radio stunt mocking former Saints player Steve Gleason cost three Atlanta radio employees their jobs.
Radio show hosts fired for mocking Steve Gleason | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
Even in the wacky world of sports talk radio, some jokes just aren’t funny. Three former employees of an Atlanta station were suspended Mon…
O.J. Brigance and Steve Gleason are heroes in fight to cure ALS - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
O.J. Brigance and Steve Gleason are heroes in fight to cure ALS. O.J. Brigance and Steve Gleason are heroes in fight to cure ALS
If you're a Saints fan, it's almost humanly impossible that you weren't clued into the story that pretty much blew up twitter yesterday.
790 The Zone, a sports radio station based in Atlanta, has a morning segment correctly titled Mayhem in the A.M. that made headlines Monday for unethical jokes targeted at former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason.
I was absolutely disgusted to hear that 790 the Zone in Atlanta had the guile to make fun of former New Orleans Saint Steve Gleason because he is suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The criticism was immediate from listeners in Atlanta, New Orleans, and even from the Atlanta Falcons.
Chris Dimino also apologizes again on Facebook
Hosts make mockery of Gleason's battle vs. ALS
Fired Atlanta radio hosts, one a Tulane grad, apologize for mocking Steve Gleason | NOLA.com
All three were fired for incident on Mayhem in the AM radio show
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
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Jimmy Graham 2014 NFL Free Agency Destination: Washington Redskins - NFL Mocks - 2013 NFL Mock Draft, Fantasy Football, NFL News, and NFL Mock Draft Databases
Before Who Dat Nation gets all indignant at the audacity of considering Jimmy Graham might somehow leave the New Orleans Saints, please remember this is merely presenting an idea based on the fact he is a free agent next year. Graham figures to become one of the premier targets in 2014 and a bidding war should kick off if his current team can’t find the money to pay him.
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