So how will the Titans explain away Bernard Pollard's "mission to kill" comments? He was talking about insects? Germs? Brain cells?
So how will the Titans explain away Bernard Pollard's "mission to kill" comments? He was talking about insects? Germs? Brain cells?— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 19, 2013
Golfers want silence when hitting balls off the ground that are not moving. Baseball players, in screaming crowds, hit 90 mph fastballs
Golfers want silence when hitting balls off the ground that are not moving. Baseball players, in screaming crowds, hit 90 mph fastballs— Scott Shanle (@scottshanle) June 19, 2013
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
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This one is going to hurt Bears fans a little
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SATCH NOTE: Someone get Dan Kelly a sedative. STAT!
Aren't you happy this isn't a Saints player in this kind of trouble?
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The lawsuit filed last week against Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez for allegedly shooting a guy in the face was indeed dismissed. But it will be re-filed. Today.
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Bernard Pollard says Titans’ mission to "Kill!!!" | ProFootballTalk
You’d think that a team that just hired Gregg "Kill the head and the body will die" Williams this offseason might be more sensitive to such language.
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