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What happened to Craig Sager’s head? Why was he wearing a bandage over his left eye during last night’s Lakers game? Cancerous tissue carved out of his head? Smacked by road beef? Beat up after a tennis match at the country club? Cat scratched the sideline reporter?
All good guesses. We do know he’s been wearing the bandage away from the court while rolling with his homies on a salad run.
Sager wears $300 Nikes? It seems that old saying, “you learn something new everyday” is legitimate. More from Sager later this morning.
In other NBA news, who does homework at a Bulls game? Are you kidding me?
In NHL news, we missed this from mid-week.
Yes, Duke lost, 73-68 last night in Charlottesville.
Spot the the logo fail.
As for baseball, it’s not looking good for outdoors baseball on Opening Day in Minneapolis.
Finally, in New York, they’re dealing with the news that a retread is coming in to give Mark Sanchez some competition. In other words, Mark Sanchez will be the Jets starting QB in September.
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After starting half the season last year for the Kansas City Chiefs, Dov Kleiman is reporting that Brady Quinn is expected to sign with the New York Jets when free agency starts in march. Former #Browns, #Broncos, #Chiefs QB Brady Quinn is expected to sign with the #Jets in free-agency. — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_RealUpdates) February 27, 2013 For New York it is smart to bring in a veteran...
I understand when you transition from a player to an analyst, you have to make changes on how you look at things. It is a different perspective from the other side of the camera.
With that being said, Keyshawn Johnson calling anyone “Hollywood” is comical.
“It’s a bad football team, and the quarterback doesn’t know if he’s coming or going,” Johnson said of Mark Sanchez...
It seems like the New York Jets have been tied to nearly
every available quarterback this offseason, as questions continue to surround
the future and ability of Mark Sanchez. You can add another name to the list,
as the Jets reportedly worked out former Miami Dolphins quarterback David
Gerard, according to Manish Mehta of The New York Daily News:
The Daily News has learned that...
Former New York Jets wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson told Bob Glauber of Newsday that the Jets need to trade cornerback Darrelle Revis so they can build a more balanced team.
Johnson also indicated that quarterback Mark Sanchez is confused.
“It’s a bad football team, and the quarterback doesn’t know if he’s coming or going,” Johnson said of Sanchez. “One minute, he wants...
If signed by the Jets, can David Garrard compete against Mark Sanchez?
According to a report by ESPN.com’s NFL insider Adam Schefter, the New York Jets are close to coming to an agreement with free agent quarterback David Garrard. In the report, Schefter quotes Garrard as saying he, “Anticipates putting a deal together” with the Jets, who have to sort through some salary...
New York Jets general manager John Idzik reportedly spoke with several teams at the NFL Scouting Combine interested in acquiring cornerback Darrelle Revis. Idzik, coach Rex Ryan
It's early, but so far, Mark Sanchez need not be shaking in his boots.As the New York Jets begin their search for a veteran signal-caller to compete with Sanchez for the starting quarterback gig in 2013, the organization brought in free agent David Garrard for a workout Thursday, according to the NY Daily News. The 35-year-old Garrard hasn't seen a game in two years, having...
It appears that Mark Sanchez will know who his competitor is for next season.
A source familiar with the situation told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday that the Jets and David Garrard are working on a deal and should get it done once the Jets address some of their salary cap issues.
“Both sides are feeling good about a possible deal,” the source said to Schefter who...