Found March 22, 2012 on Cleveland Frowns:
Browns receiver tackled on a three-yard out on 3rd-and-5 … DRINK! Mike Holmgren talking retirement plans on Seattle radio again … DRINK! Randy Lerner’s plane touches down in Hamptons airport … DRINK! Pat Shurmur post-game presser … GLUG, GLUG, GLUG, GLUG, GLUG. BATTLED. And in how much more style than with this beauty? A limited edition Tim Couch commemorative bottle from Maker’s Mark, proceeds from which will go to the Gill Heart Institute at University of Kentucky’s hospital. If Lerner had any sense of humanity at all, he’d buy the whole run and distribute to season ticket holders. What better conduit to re-deliver some of the innocent hope of the days before Couch traded the blue and white for orange and brown? Just like it’s not our fault, it really wasn’t Tim’s, either. And you won’t want to toss this gem at your TV. That the proceeds will go to help fix broken hearts makes it too perfect. If someone really wants to class up this year’s draft party …  In other news, a good f

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