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Let’s get one thing out of the way here: Any excuse we have to re-post this all-time awesome mug shot is going to be seized. This mug shot was taken by Oakland Raiders DT Desmond Bryant over the weekend, and it belongs in the Hall of Fame of mug shots. Heck, it’s so splendid, it should get its own bust in Canton before Michael Strahan.
As you know by now, Bryant was arrested Sunday on a misdemeanor charges of criminal mischief for allegedly drunkenly causing a disturbance at a neighbor’s house (did the neighbors not have ADT?). His incredible mugger has made its way around the Internet and reached the late night talk show circuit this week.
Host Jimmy Kimmel was so enthralled with the mug shot, he decided to turn it into a social media trend. Kimmel asked his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” viewers Wednesday to do their best Bryant impressions and send him the picture over Twitter using the hashtag “#dezzing.”
Below are several photos of people “dezzing,” beginning with Kimmel staffer Guillermo:
How does my neck beard look Juan?
Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief, and was nice enough to pose for this instant classic. Bryant has 10 1/2 sacks in four seasons with the Raiders and is due to be an unrestricted free agent on March 12. Good luck finding a job after this. To check out some Recent Athlete Mugshots click...
Let’s be honest here, Carson Palmer has made a boat load of money for not doing much. 2013 is the year Raiders fans find out who the true Carson Palmer is - the one who looked on the verge of greatness in 2006, or the guy everyone has been watching ever since. General manager Reggie McKenzie said there will be a quarterback competition; coach Dennis Allen echoed those statements.
The 2013 NFL Draft is a little less than two months aways, but the rumors of which team might be interested in who are already flying around. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported earlier today on “NFL 32″ that the Oakland Raiders are interested in drafting West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with their 3rd overall pick. Here’s the report, via Rotoworld: “Word [...]
Back in Janurary, Matt Miller of Bleacher Report mentioned that the Oakland Raiders really like former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is now reporting that the word around the league is that the Raiders are interested in Smith. “Word around the NFL is the Raiders have interest in Geno Smith with that third overall pick in the draft,” said Mort...
As an Oakland Raiders fan, I can say that I truly HATE JaMarcus Russell. He’s apparently taking his NFL return seriously. I just watched a video where Russell was being mentored in physical and football training by former QB Jeff Garcia. Let me take you back to my draft day in April of 2007: My … Continue reading »
Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown created quite a stir last month in the lead up to the Super Bowl, by claiming that Bill Callahan, his coach when the Raiders lost to the Bucs in Super Bowl XXXVII, changed the game plan just a couple of days prior in order to help his friend Jon Gruden get his ring. This of course created a bit of a stir, and Jerry Rice backed the claim...
In episode 5 of the Raiders Blog Podcast, Christopher Hansen (@chrishansenNFL) and Taylor Armosino (@tarmosino) discuss the Raiders cap situation and preview their needs moving into free agency.
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ESPN’s Christ Mortensen reported on NFL 32 that there are rumors circulating around the league that the Raiders have interest in taking West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the No. 3 overall pick.
“Word around the NFL is the Raiders have interest in Geno Smith with that third overall pick in the draft,” said Mortensen, via Rotoworld. “Now I can’t get this confirmed...
Former Denver Bronco linebacker Bill Romanowski was ordered to pay about 5 million in back taxes, according to David Migoya of the Denver Post, after getting caught up in a horse breeding scam. The deductions were related to more than $13 million the Romanowskis borrowed to invest in a breeding operation called ClassicStar. The company eventually went bankrupt and its principals...