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MIKE VANDERJAGT RUMORS

The Curious Case of the Stolen Mike Vanderjagt Pro Bowl Jersey

Former Indianapolis Colts kicker Mike Vanderjagt was pretty good back in the day; so good that he made a Pro Bowl even. Regretfully that is where he went from famous to infamous when Peyton Manning refferred to him as an "idiot kicker" when asked about some disparaging remarks Vanderjagt had made during an interview.That was his only Pro Bowl so I imagine the jersey from...
Via FatManWriting
February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Stand-up Comedian Jeff Dye tells a great story about Mike Vanderjagt and a jersey

Comedian Jeff Dye told this story on the most recent edition of the Comedy Central web series "This Is Not Happening". Dye might still go to jail for his actions, but he doesn't seem to care.Originally, I thought this was a fake story...but then he hauled out voice-mails on his cell phone and brought me back in.His cavalier attitude towards the whole thing, and the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Stand-up Comic Jeff Dye’s Story About Mike Vanderjagt Is A Lesson In Self-Incrimination

Some of the best shows that Comedy Central has ever produced have been their stand-up-centric series that feature popular comedians either performing their routines or simply telling stories in intimate settings, like on Pulp Comics and Dr. Katz, or Short Attention Span Theater to a lesser extent. That’s why I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the network’s web series, This is Not Happening...
Via With Leather
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Vanderjagt Being Investigated for Allegedly Grabbing Student Who Taunted Him About Missed Field Goal

Maybe Peyton Manning was on to something. Mike Vanderjagt, who Manning famously referred to as an "idiot kicker" back in the day, has suddenly popped back up in the news -- and for an idiotic reason. Vanderjagt, who had been coaching part time at Marco Island’s Charter Middle School in Florida, has been suspended from his position for allegedly grabbing a student by the...
Via NESN.com
May 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Former Colts kicker may lose job over alleged incident with student

Former NFL kicker Mike Vanderjagt reportedly may lose his job as a part-time middle school football coach after attacking a child. Vanderjagt grabbed a student by the throat at Charter Middle School in Marco Island, Fla., after the student was taunting him, the Naples News reported Friday. The nine-season NFL veteran will have his fate decided by the school's principal, after...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Middle school deciding whether to reinstate Mike Vanderjagt after he allegedly choked student for heckling him

Remember Mike Vanderjagt? Of course you do. Vanderjagt is the guy who served as an above-average placekicker for the Colts for eight seasons from 1998-2005. When at his best, Vanderjagt was one of the better kickers in the league. The problem was he was kind of a blowhard. When Peyton Manning — one of the classiest guys in the NFL — feels the need to call someone an “idiot...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Mike Vanderjagt accused of grabbing a child by the throat for taunting him

  Mike Vanderjagt is being accused of grabbing a middle school student by the throat for reportedly taunting him saying “Wide Left! Wide left.” The incident apparently took place on March 12 of this year. The student reportedly rolled up a piece of paper that acted like a megaphone for his taunts towards the former NFL kicker. Vanderjagt was a very accurate kicker for most...
Via Down and Distance
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Mike Vanderjagt resurfaces...and is in trouble

((ht: naplesnews.com)) Yes, you read the headline correctly. Former Indianapolis Colts placekicker Mike Vanderjagt has made the news. And it is not for a good thing unfortunately. Vanderjagt never recovered from having the reputation of being a great regular season but lousy playoff performer. He also got in trouble for running his mouth. At one point, he criticized then...
Via Online Sports Guys
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Two Former Dallas Cowboys Make List of Overpaid Players

Roy Williams: One of the worst players who made the most money (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Jerry Jones and staff have made some bad personnel moves. I think we could all accept that statement as fact. However, it might be more difficult to come to an agreement about players to whom the Cowboys have paid too much money. A writer for Bleacher Report has a couple of ideas. Amber Lee has...

Will Friday the 13th Bring Bad Luck for Any Colts?

Friday the 13th is Mike Vanderjagt time in Indianapolis.<img src="http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2008/04/mike-vanderjagt-040808.jpg" alt="" width="425" height="315" ... [visit site to read more] Will Friday the 13th Bring Bad Luck for Any Colts? - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site...
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January 13, 2012  |  Discuss
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