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Every time I think we could maybe go a week without rehashing the nightmare days of Matt Millen’s tenure in Detroit, something brings those painful memories back. The most recent addition to the Detroit Lions roster left me speechless, hurt and in denial; had Millen possessed the soul of general manager Martin Mayhew and brought one of his classic mistakes back while laughing maniacally...
As an organization, the Detroit Lions have comical ineptitude down to a science. In recent history, we have a winless season, Matt Millen’s glorious run as GM (Mike Williams! Charles Rogers!), and this season’s miraculous collapse as evidence. Now, though, the organization is showing that they’ve really spent a lot of time and effort to […]Continue reading...
CBS Sports analyst Boomer Esiason actually got high during an NFL “Monday Night Football” radio broadcast.
No, seriously, he did. He admits it. “I did get high,” Esiason said on his radio show, “Boomer & Carton.” “I did. I didn’t realize I was getting high when I got high, but I got high — and I have to tell you that it was one of the best broadcasts I’ve ever had.”
A seemingly innocuous conversation about Kellen Winslow's recent arrest for synthetic marijuana has spawned a story for the ages, courtesy of Boomer Esiason.
After taking calls about Winslow on WFAN's "Boomer and Carton" show Friday morning, the CBS Sports analyst revealed he and Matt Millen once inadvertently got high during a "Monday Night Football" radio broadcast.
Keri Potts, ESPN Sr. Director of PR Lady and Georgia Tech Associate AD Ryan Bamford went at it over Matt Millen. [College Spun]Is the high road near the gutter? Anyway, that's what is now a Twitter war. Defending Matt Millen's honor. Of which he owns none.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
ESPN announcer Matt Millen played professional football for 12 years, then served as the President and CEO of the Detroit Lions organization for another eight. Perhaps we’re starting to see why the franchise suffered for nearly a decade under his reign.
Millen had to be informed that an unsportsmanlike penalty on the defense always equates to a first down for the offense. Yikes...