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Someone owes Randy Moss "straight cash homie." Moss agreed to lend hair salon owner Kelvin Jones $160,000 to open a fancy hair salon in Palm Beach, Fla., back in 2005, according to TMZ. The key word there is "lend." TMZ reports that Jones was supposed to pay Moss back in 96 monthly payments, but never did so, instead electing to play a game of cat and mouse with the wide receiver, who was with the Oakland Raiders at the time. As a result, Moss -- like any level-headed human being -- decided to sue Jones, but Jones reportedly blew off...

Can the 49ers win it all in 2012 with Alex Smith?

After falling one win short of reaching their first Super Bowl in 17 seasons one question is on the mind of the San Francisco 49ers and their proud fan base; can they win it all in 2012? Defensively the 49ers will return all 11 starters from a year ago.  That’s quite an accomplishment for a

Brandon Jacobs blames Giants line

Brandon Jacobs just won a Super Bowl ring with the Giants, but he won't have many friends there after his latest comments.

Aubreyo Franklin visiting the Seahawks

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent defensive tackle Aubreyo Franklin is visiting the Seattle Seahawks today. Franklin played with the New Orleans Saints in 2011, but diddn’t seem to have the same effect he did with the 49ers the previous four seasons. The 31 year-old Franklin will now look to pro-long his NFL career elsewhere, and that could end up being Seattle...

Moss star burned fast, bright for Vikings

Today is the start of two weeks of daily Minnesota Vikings coverage leading up to the April 26 beginning of the NFL draft. April 12: Five best first-rounders in the past 25 years April 13: Five worst first-rounders in the past 25 years April 14: Quarterbacks position preview April 15: Running backsfullbacks position preview April 16: Offensive tackles position preview April 17:...

Brandon Jacobs: Giants line had problems last season

San Francisco 49ers running back Brandon Jacobs made an appearance on KNBR in San Francisco (via to discuss why he chose to sign with the 49ers and also discussed role in their offense. Jacobs said that he signed with the 49ers because they made him the best offer. “Well, ya know, they had the best offer for me as well. … At the end of the day we...

Save Willis from Madden Curse. Vote Cam Newton

This may be the first time a 49ers fan has ever told other 49ers fans to vote against one of their own. It was revealed today that Patrick Willis has made the final four to be on the Madden 13 game cover. Patrick Willis is going up against Cam Newton. So all Niner fans out there let’s rally together and vote Cam Newton to knock out Patick Willis. With the entire defense coming...

Filmmaker defends release of Williams recording

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – A documentary filmmaker says he had the right to release a recording of then-Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams exhorting his players to physically punish targeted San Francisco players. In a statement posted on his promotional website, Sean Pamphilon says he and former Saints special teams standout Steve Gleason “have a production agreement that I...

The Twisted Psychology of the NFL wide receiver

It is easy to name the most problematic athletes in American sports. The top ten most obnoxious athletes in today’s NFL might have eight wide receivers. Names like WR Terrell Owens, San Francisco 49ers Randy Moss, Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, and a plethora of other ingrates mar the excitement of the game. Instead of covering matches, results, the upcoming...
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