Russell Wilson is left speechless with this mistake.
RG3 and Russell Wilson don’t even look alike, not one bit. This sort of error is a bad one to make. ESPN’S Sal Paolantonio was the lucky one behind this mistake.
Repeating it again just makes it look worse.
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ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio is a true professional, one that is really pumped about NFL football today. Check out his brief segment alongside the less-than-thrilling Merril Hoge in Pittsburgh.
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Well, that’s awkward. ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio asked Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice, who will serve a two-game suspension for knocking out his wife, Janay Palmer, about “what his wife said to him in final words of encouragement before you took the field?” Rice responded, “She always wishes me luck. And she always just says, ‘Go out there […]
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Please stop trying to turn the Ray Rice alleged beating of his then-fiancee incident into some sort of feel-good story. First it was the Baltimore Ravens, now it’s ESPN.
After the Ravens’ preseason game on Thursday night, Sal Paolantonio interviewed Ray Rice on the field. If you skip to the 54-second mark of the video, you’ll hear Paolantonio ask Rice ,”What did your wife...
ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio that the Buffalo Bills could fetch at least $1.1 billion when the biding has completed.
The team is expected to be sold later this year, but there should be no shortage of suitors for the NFL franchise, even at that amount of money.
Forbes has the Bills valued at $870 million based on their figures from last year, but the Los Angeles Clippers and the...
ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio shared a story during Thursday night’s NFL draft coverage that sounds almost too bizarre to be true.
Paolantonio said he met with Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam before the draft began, and that Haslam said he received enlightenment on which quarterback to select after an encounter with an homeless man on the streets of Cleveland.
“Here in Cleveland...
ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio says Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam drafted Johnny Manziel because a homeless person told him to. “I was out to dinner recently, and a homeless person was out on the street,” Paolantonio says Haslam told him. The homeless person “looked up at me on the street and said: Draft Manziel.”Somewhere, there's at least one moron there.Follow us on Twitter...
This may be the most Cleveland Browns type of situation of all time.
‘Manziel Watch’ ended with the flamboyant QB being drafted by the Cleveland Browns. But there is more to the ‘Cinderella story’ that meets the eye.
According to Sal Paolantonio, a homeless man’s request to Browns owner Jim Haslam served as the catalyst in getting Manziel to Cleveland:
“Here in Cleveland...
This makes for a nice anecdote and a good way for owner Jimmy Haslam to show how much Browns fans wanted Johnny Manziel, but I highly doubt this was the main reason they took Johnny Football. [The Big Lead]
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The Browns silenced the critics by drafting Manziel, but it turns out he wasn’t their ideal pick. That is, not according to the $100,000.00 quarterback analysis study they conducted.
According to ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, via of Louisville.
The project began with former team President Joe Banner and was completely shortly after Banner left. One has to wonder just how seriously...