We discuss the NFL's insistence and inconsistency when they continue to rely on the term 'integrity' throughout this deflategate process.

[0:00:50] ... just weeded out. I think I will be announcing my ruling on Tom Brady suspension to date via Twitter at 4 PM eastern standard time. Now this a little tidbit for the boys and girls who ...
[0:03:46] ... were in the NFL office but we're just guessing. But it was Troy Vincent and in date guardian and who Webber might cancel whoever the the any got multiple sources because they were all reading off ...
[0:05:56] ... the blame for that with judge Berman. Yes that's OK if I'm Tom Brady and Jeffrey Kessler and I'm sitting in in judge government's courtroom. You know the first of the three sessions the 13 weeks ago or weeks it'll never once. I walked out of that courtroom and I Satan them in the packet that SUV with Tom Brady and I'm Jeffrey Kessler writes it probably selling nothing. I mean we have them. He doesn't like their case at all he made it click yes like their case why would we give up anything here. And I would Tom Brady wouldn't wreck but that's why am blaming Berman a little bit here 'cause I don't know the skills of of forcing a ...
[0:08:27] ... and I don't you dangle that journey and I do think that. Tom Brady in the league I'm talking about. Berman who everybody has said from the beginning it seems like he wants a settlement that ...






We discuss the NFL's insistence and inconsistency when they continue to rely on the term 'integrity' throughout this deflategate process.

[0:00:50] ... just weeded out. I think I will be announcing my ruling on Tom Brady suspension to date via Twitter at 4 PM eastern standard time. Now this a little tidbit for the boys and girls who ...
[0:03:46] ... were in the NFL office but we're just guessing. But it was Troy Vincent and in date guardian and who Webber might cancel whoever the the any got multiple sources because they were all reading off ...
[0:05:56] ... the blame for that with judge Berman. Yes that's OK if I'm Tom Brady and Jeffrey Kessler and I'm sitting in in judge government's courtroom. You know the first of the three sessions the 13 weeks ago or weeks it'll never once. I walked out of that courtroom and I Satan them in the packet that SUV with Tom Brady and I'm Jeffrey Kessler writes it probably selling nothing. I mean we have them. He doesn't like their case at all he made it click yes like their case why would we give up anything here. And I would Tom Brady wouldn't wreck but that's why am blaming Berman a little bit here 'cause I don't know the skills of of forcing a ...
[0:08:27] ... and I don't you dangle that journey and I do think that. Tom Brady in the league I'm talking about. Berman who everybody has said from the beginning it seems like he wants a settlement that ...






In honor of the benching of RGIII, we talk about four athletes who went from the top to the bottom real fast.
In honor of the benching of RGIII, we talk about four athletes who went from the top to the bottom real fast.

This is not exactly new, but it’s new to you and me, so it doesn’t matter. This is of HBO boxing’s Harold Lederman. And if you’re like me and have a tin ear for other people’s verbal tics, you will now never, ever be able to unhear this.

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Jay Feely explains why he was in court with Tom Brady on Monday, and what was said in the robing room with Judge Berman.

[0:00:19] ... position and I think the process will work itself out. I was Jay Feely yesterday. That a New York. Who's an executive and both the executive committees they feel of people wondering what he was doing walking it would Tom Brady how their convenient fall. Good for your friend record date and refresh our. With the college Michigan that we're beyond the character witness yes I think you know her arms straight guy Roberto. Respect your pizza from the very beginning that I area humble guy hard worker. Never bad words tabletop. How many we had a couple things from MG feel it was this was just today that explain that Joseph today Jay Feely. Went spoke a little bit more explained why he was there. That by the judge to come in and he asked for ...
[0:02:23] ... basically were what it came down to the big difference. Was that Tom Brady was not gonna admit. Two. Culpability. He wasn't gonna commit to something that he didn't do you know if they wanted to ...
[0:02:59] ... our gear for three games four games. One game. I think if Tom Brady became timid to listen or reduces the zero games where you go to admit guilt. Still windows. It's probably Goodell I think ...
[0:05:33] ... a wholly different. Does mood and personality by every one associated with Tom Brady and Kessler as opposed to the NFL impacts where they're just kinda. Almost like they're just you know waiting to hear there ...






Tyler Seguin was partying all summer in Toronto. Former Toronto Maple Leafs CEO Richard Petty tattled on him. Also, Marshawn Lynch continues to be awkward, as he sells Skittles on cable TV.

[0:00:58] ... that this was coming out of Toronto I think is interest because. Richard Petty. With the former CEO of the Toronto maple. Apparently throw it out of state under the bus. Because. I guess take its ...
[0:02:46] ... tell us that you performed last year for the outlook for the Dallas Stars rather. Good for me graves there was a time when the injuries are racking up and those that if we can keep ...




Tyler Seguin was partying all summer in Toronto. Former Toronto Maple Leafs CEO Richard Peddie tattled on him. Also, Marshawn Lynch continues to be awkward, as he sells Skittles on cable TV.

[0:00:58] ... that this was coming out of Toronto I think is interest because. Richard Petty. With the former CEO of the Toronto maple. Apparently throw it out of state under the bus. Because. I guess take its ...
[0:02:46] ... tell us that you performed last year for the outlook for the Dallas Stars rather. Good for me graves there was a time when the injuries are racking up and those that if we can keep ...




 

Akeem Ayers in The Player’s Page Everyone remembers Malcolm Butler’€™s interception to win the Super Bowl this past year, but I’€™ll never forget the play right before it.

Jermaine Kearse had just made that circus catch, putting the Seahawks at the five-yard line with 1st-and-goal. We know Marshawn is going to run the ball, so we throw in a bigger package. I get on the field, and I know what’€™s coming. Everyone knows what’€™s coming. The fans are going crazy. You see people setting up ropes around the field so that nobody can jump out from the stands when the game ends. It’€™s coming down to the last couple of plays.

I’€™m lined up, the ball gets snapped to Marshawn, and he comes right my way. There’€™s a gap right there, and he’€™s running through it. Hightower hits him, and Marshawn starts to stumble right towards the end zone. I shed my block and dive over to him ‘€” right as he’€™s trying to stretch the ball over the goal line. There’€™s a collision. The dust settles. And I’€™m laying there staring at the ball. Stopped at the one-yard line.

The rest is history. …

To get traded to New England was just unbelievable. I had heard about the culture of the team ‘€” the intense preparation and complete focus — but I didn’€™t really understand what that meant until the first week I was there. New England prepares with the expectation of winning. You go there as a player and you know the tradition they have, the players they have and the mindset they have. Anything other than winning is simply not an option. And I can see how they’€™ve maintained such success over a long period of time. When I arrived, I just had to follow everyone’€™s lead. The organization runs like a well-oiled machine.

I couldn’t be happier that Akeem Ayers delivered this little piece of Patriots Porn. I’d suggest you read the whole thing because he offers a lot of insight into his personal journey, how he came to New England and the way he was received by Mr. Kraft and others. But I pretty much served up the money shots here.

I’ve watched the play he describes here, the penultimate play of the game-clinching defensive stand – almost as many times as I’ve watched the Malcolm Butler interception. And while Dont’a Hightower got credit for the tackle in the box score, it was a group effort by the Pats‘ defense. Vince Wilfork got a push on Max Unger that forced Marshawn Lynch to make a cut. Pat Chung made first contact and tripped Lynch up. And of course Ayers and Hightower were there to stop him short of the goal line.

It was an amazing stop that will forever be overshadowed by the world-changer that came next in that way that no one remembers what the hell happened on the Apollo 10 mission. But without it, we’re listening to people say the Patriots haven’t won a Super Bowl in 11 years. So thanks to Ayers for the play and for shedding light on it. With the season starting in nine days and the Patriots “America’s Game” plus “Do Your Job” premiering between now and then, I can’t think of a better way to kick off a week’s worth of looking back at the championship. By Friday the 12th I’m going to have to check myself into a Patriots Porn addiction treatment center.

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Germany Zoo workers in Duisburg shot an orangutan late on Monday evening after two of the apes escaped from their cage in the westerly city.

“Since the animal was already climbing over the outer fence [of the zoo] it was no longer possible to tranquillize it,” a statement from city authorities read.

“Unfortunately, a person authorized to use firearms was forced to use his weapon.”

Dozens of police and firefighters had rushed to the zoo after news of the animals’ escape before the all-clear was sounded at 9 pm.

Orangutans can weigh up to 100 kilogrammes, and are considered dangerous enough that police officers were armed with submachine guns as they searched.

“At the end of the day, the protection of human life had to come first,” city spokeswoman Anja Kopka told Ruhr Nachrichten. …

The other orangutan who escaped was tranquillized and brought back to its cage inside the zoo. It was not immediately clear how the escape happened.

With all due respect to the animal rights people who are all upset about this, they need to look at the big picture and see what’s really going on here.

This wasn’t some llama that got out of its pen or some emu that went missing. This was an orangutan. A highly evolved, intelligent, conniving, self-aware, 100 kilogram death machine that can kill a man where he stands. And worse. I mean, have we learned nothing from movies?

It begins with a simple orangutan escape. Then it’s other apes. Soon they begin walking upright. Then we train them to be our monkey butlers and do all our dirty work. In time they start learning our ways, then develop the power of speech and before you can say “Charlton Heston” they’re at the top of the food chain and we’re the grunting, speechless animals.

So you can weep for the ape that got shot and curse the zoo keepers who took him out. But you’d be ignorant of every great piece of science fiction in which the human race gets destroyed due to our own arrogance and inability to heed warnings. Well this isn’t going to happen if I have anything to say about it.

Next thing you know, these animal rights zealots will be saying we can’t kill dinosaurs when they break loose from zoos too.

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