Woke up from a dream I was walking, got out the bed n started walking ain't that some ish.. But Ima keep the crutches in handy tho lol
Woke up from a dream I was walking, got out the bed n started walking ain't that some ish.. But Ima keep the crutches in handy tho lol— Khiry Robinson (@_numberthreeRB) November 13, 2015
Guinness should have sent someone to the game tonight to see if Rex Ryan sets the record for the most "F" bombs in a five-minute period.
Guinness should have sent someone to the game tonight to see if Rex Ryan sets the record for the most "F" bombs in a five-minute period.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 13, 2015
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If, as many believe, ESPN is in bed with the NFL, the four-letter network could be getting ready to serve the league a meal prepared in a dutch oven. According to the Hollywood Reporter, ESPN has "accepted" commercials for the film Concussion, which its director recently called a "shot between th...
NFL owners may have to dump investments in DFS companies | ProFootballTalk
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The Titans fired head coach Ken Whisenhunt last week, which means that they'll be looking for a new coach come the end of the season unless Mike Mularkey does well enough in the second half that the Titans decide to remove the interim part of his title.