Charlie Weis: Back Where He Belongs

After an unsuccessful run in the college ranks, offensive genius Charlie Weis is headed back to the NFL. According to NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi, the Kansas City Chiefs have made Weis the offensive coordinator. When asked about Weis’ new post with the Chiefs, head coach Todd Haley stated, “Charlie’s a guy I have a great […]

What’s Next For Gilbert Arenas?

Gilbert Arenas’ recent actions have been nothing short of deplorable. The fact that he actually took guns, loaded or not, to the Verizon Center shows his severe disconnect with reality. The Wizards’ point guard has a $111M/6-year contract. He makes nearly $150K per game, but still chose to put it all at risk for an […]

Rex Ryan Thinks The Jets Are The Favorites In The Playoffs

Pull up a chair and take in the comedic stylings of New York Jets’ head coach, Rex Ryan. When asked Wednesday how it felt to be labeled as the biggest long shot of the 12 playoff teams, Jets Coach Rex Ryan replied: “I wasn’t aware of that. To me, we should be the favorites.” Later, […]

The Starting Point Guard For The Philippine National Team Could Be……..Nate Robinson?

Hold on, hold on. No need to call dismiss this so quickly. I know, I know. Yes, Nate Robinson doesn’t look Filipino. Yes, Nate Robinson has never claimed to be Filipino. And yes, a Filipino height joke could be added here. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be true, right? New York Knicks guard and […]

The On Again, Off Again Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight Is Off Again

The much anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao has supposedly been put to rest.  So who’s to blame?  If you ask Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum, we can all blame Floyd Mayweather. “Floyd Mayweather walked away,” Arum said by phone late Wednesday night. “The fight’s off. Our guy was agreeable, Mayweather wasn’t. The fight’s […]

The Glory Lines 1/7/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Confused Bay accepts Rangers jersey as Mets blow it again (The Sports Hernia) Wizards’ Arenas suspended indefinitely as new details emerge in gun incident (Washington Post) Andre Dawson earns long-awaited Hall […]

Rafer Alston Skips Out Of New Jersey

The New Jersey Nets waived veteran point guard Rafer Alston on Tuesday. Alston, an 11-year vet, played 27 games with the 3-31 Nets, while averaging 9.7 points and 3.9 assists per game. Alston, A.K.A. ‘Skip to My Lou,’ was scheduled to receive $5.2M this season, but reached an undisclosed buyout payment to leave the team. […]

Charles Rogers Continues His Fall

Troubled former Detroit Lion Charles Rogers was sentenced to 93 days in jail this morning for violating terms of probation in his ongoing battle with substance abuse. Novi Deputy Police Chief Tom Lindberg said this morning that Rogers was found slumped over at a table Tuesday afternoon at On the Border restaurant in Novi, and […]

The Mike Agassi, Pete Sampras Spat That Never Made It Into Andre Agassi’s Book

By all accounts, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras were friendly throughout their heated rivalry that spanned the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s. Since then, they’ve remained friends. But in all rivalries, there are bound to be spats between even the most friendliest. But rarely does the spat involve the father of one of the parties […]

Matt Holliday Gets $119M To Stay In St. Louis

Cardinals slugger, Matt Holliday has millions of reasons to be excited about remaining in St. Louis. $119M reasons to be exact. After acquiring Holliday in July of 2009 from Oakland, the Cards went on win the NL Central. Holliday hit 13HR’s and 55 RBI’s during the stretch run of the season with the Cardinals. The […]