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The Block Party is busy killing Gaddafi and saving Jerome Harrison, so we’ll be back next week with an interview with ESPNBoston’s Chris Forsberg and a preview of the big Steelers game. Of course, we’ll figure out when the NBA season will start and whether Rajon Rondo will win MVP this year. See you in a week.
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Rajon Rondo is spending a lot of time this offseason working out at the University of Kentucky, where he once showed occasional signs of greatness but nothing near the (mostly) consistent brilliance he now displays in Boston. At Kentucky, Rondo has been under the watchful eye of John Calipari, who, truth be told, might be trying to recruit Rondo back to the sschool (wink...
The trade that wasn't might have saved Jerome Harrison's life.
As Philadelphia Eagles doctors were giving newly acquired running back Jerome Harrison his physical, they discovered a brain tumor that nullified a trade with the Detroit Lions, according to two league sources. The trade might have actually saved Harrison's life, the sources said. Without the deal being made, Harrison would not have undergone a physical. The tumor is now being...
Hot News for RB Jerome Harrison
DETROIT - ESPN is reporting that Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison has a brain tumor.
The network cited...
Though the activity up to Tuesday’s trade deadline was not exactly buzzing, two teams, the Lions and Eagles — for the most part — pulled off a player-for-player trade, a rarity these days in the NFL.
Unfortunately, swaps like these have conditions, why is they usually don’t take place. One of these conditions came up in this particular trade, rendering it canceled.
The Detroit Lions, sitting in 2nd place in the NFC North with a 5-1 record, have been looking to get a bit more creative on offense. No, I'm not talking about mixing up the playcalling (though that was seriously needed in last week's loss against San Francisco). I'm talking about keeping the defense on their toes with crazy boneheaded plays like this.
The reason for Jerome Harrison's failed physical, the one that voided the trade between the Lions and Eagles, was a brain tumor, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions agreed to a trade on Tuesday that would've sent Harrison to Philadelphia. A day later, however, the trade was voided when Harrison did not pass a physical.
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In a trip that could resemble Team USA's takeover of the world stage at the 2008 Beijing Games, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Amare Stoudemire...
Ronnie Brown will stay with Philadelphia Eagles and Jerome Harrison will stay with the Detroit Lions, according to Adam Schefter.<a
... [visit site to read more]Report: Ronnie Brown Won’t Be a Lion After All - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
It was around this time last season when Andy Reid decided to trade running back Mike Bell away to Cleveland for Jerome Harrison. Harrison bolted to Detroit in the off-season, but apparently Andy Reid liked NOT using him so much that he decided to bring him back into the fold by trading away Ronnie Brown. From the Washington Post:
Maybe Ronnie Brown will have better luck with his...