Closing in on 30, Rams back Steve Jackson chooses free agency,
Steve Blake was not satisfied when a fan asked him to make a few more jumpers during the Lakers loss to the Clippers on Saturday night. It just so happened to be someone pretty famous in Steve Jackson the son of a famous shoe maven who created LA Gear. Today he received a $25,000 fine for his actions and felt some remorse apologizing directly to Jackson with these comments:“It’s...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Blake was fined $25,000 on Tuesday for berating a fan during Friday’s game against the Clippers. Both parties met on Tuesday to patch things up, and we also learned that the fan whom Blake cussed out is Lance Jackson, the son of L.A. Gear chairman Steve Jackson. Blake was starting for the injured Steve Nash and had just 8 points on 2-for-6 shooting...
Peter King of SI.com believes there’s a 55 percent chance that St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson will get traded before Thursday’s 4PM NFL trade deadline.
If I were a betting man, I’d put money on him staying in St. Louis for the remainder of the year.
Jackson doesn’t have much left in the tank, and I don’t believe many teams are willing to pick up his salary for...
Defensive Backs – now coached by former Tampa Bay Bucs Raheem Morri
Safeties – Steve Jackson let go
Linebackers – Lou Spanos left to go to UCLA, replaced by Bob Slowik
Receivers – Keenan McCardell let go and now coached by Ike Hilliard, former one-time WR of the Giants, Bucs and assistant WR coach of Dolphins
Washington Redskins assistant coaches Steve Jackson and Keenan McCardell will not return next season, two people familiar with the situation said Wednesday night.
Attempts to contact Jackson and McCardell were unsuccessful. Tony Wyllie, Redskins senior vice president, declined comment.
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*Authors note; this article was written the Saturday night before the Bengals – Rams game. As a St Louis Rams fan there is much to be humbled by at this point in the season, however in an attempt to demonstrate that there does maintain some amount of heart in this shattered club, I am predicting that the Rams (2-11) will beat the Bengals (7-6) Sunday in St. Louis. The quarterback...