The T.O. Show appears to be just about played out, wheezing and gasping for a last breath of relevance on Tuesday as he "worked out" for NFL teams, none of whom bothered to show.
ESPN and The NFL Network were there, but that felt kind of like break-up sex -- a last final nod to better days and a reminder of why it is probably best they do not see each other any more going forward. The relationship always was toxic, an immature and psychologically fragile player immolating while chased and chastised simultaneously by media types including myself for soley our own benefit. And your entertainment.
T.O. and his media frenemies like myself need to fist bump and say "good game." It was a pretty good run considering the protagonist was slightly crazy, and we so willingly participated in his every drama.
I once sat in a crowded room of reporters in Dallas after an "accidental" T.O. overdose and diligently took notes as Lil' Kim Etheredge lectured on how ...