Should Tom Brady go to the Super Bowl?

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[0:04:58] ... he was the he was the tip of the spear to make Tom Brady's life a living hell. I was gonna say 847 or eight months but this is going up through at least march 3 now so we're talking twelve or thirteen or fourteen months and furthermore Jerry. Really from Sydney boards piece in the Washington Post. She writes. Back in April. Roger Goodell. The NFL commissioner. Reached out to patriots quarterback Tom Brady inviting him to be part of the big games festivities. Not cancel. Not some bowl oh. But some PR or not the ...
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The fattest man alive is now dead.

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[0:01:18] ... Under knee Marino the world's fattest man. Is it that from a heart attack. It just happened you we never thought that coveted huge air you know what I hate when guys come up short of ...
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Cruz over Trump.

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Cam Newton and Peyton Manning addressed the media.

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[0:03:19] ... made all the difference in the world and you reference to what Matt Light said. And that would be the crowd noise I heard Boomer Esiason say he was caught in the game. He couldn't hear ...
[0:05:06] ... game the most interesting analysis I heard from the whole thing was Matt Light talked about this and the office of Lyman said the offensive line was not prepared. He said generally they have when it ...
[0:06:29] ... five days before the big but you know the acceptable here. Here's Matt Light which I think is the most Cogent relevant interesting informative analysis of the AFC championship lost an effort to date. I don't ...






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TUESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NHL: Maple Leafs at Bruins, 7 p.m. (NESN)
NHL: Panthers at Capitals, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
NBA: Celtics at Knicks, 7:30 p.m. (CSNNE)
NBA: Heat at Rockets, 8 p.m. (NBA TV)
NBA: Timberwolves at Lakers, 10:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
College basketball: Georgetown at Butler, 7 p.m. (FS1)
College basketball: Kentucky at Tennessee, 7 p.m. (ESPN)
College basketball: South Carolina at Georgia, 7 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: TCU at Oklahoma, 8 p.m. (ESPNews)
College basketball: UNLV at New Mexico, 8 p.m. (CBSSN)
College basketball: Providence at DePaul, 9 p.m. (FS1)
College basketball: Duke at Georgia Tech, 9 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Indiana at Michigan, 9 p.m. (ESPN)
College basketball: West Virginia at Iowa State, 9 p.m. (ESPN2)
College basketball: Colorado State at San Diego State, 11 p.m. (ESPN2)
Soccer: Premier League, Liverpool at Leicester, 2:55 p.m. (NBCSN)

AROUND THE WEB:

Joseph Randle

Joseph Randle

— When the Cowboys released running back Joseph Randle in November, it came as a surprise to many, especially considering Randle started the first six games of the season. Now a report out of Dallas indicates that Randle — who was arrested Monday for the fourth time in the last 17 months — was displaying signs of mental instability and had been betting on sports.

The Dallas Morning News, citing multiple sources, reports that Randle was placing wagers during the season. Owner Jerry Jones told the paper that he had no evidence that Randle bet on the NFL or could have compromised any Cowboys games.

“Not to my knowledge, not in any way,” Jones said.

However, Jones acknowledged Randle’s issues, which he claims were not evident until the season began, were too much for the team to overcome.

“All of that became apparent to us right during the season,” Jones said. “Not before the season. It became real acute, a combination of things. Some issues … became more apparent.”

Randle, whose agent said he no longer represents him, was arrested Monday on an outstanding speeding warrant after being turned away from his ex-girlfriend’s home. It capped a tumultuous two years in which he was arrested three other times — including once for causing a disturbance in a Kansas casino three weeks after his release by the Cowboys — and also got police’s attention when he called with a concern about his girlfriend before admitting “he was delusional, that he was imagining the whole thing,” a police spokesman said.

The Cowboys reportedly pushed Randle to seek help, but he refused.

“We asked him to do some things that he couldn’t do for whatever reason,” Jones said, “and that’s when we waived him.”

Added Jones: I really want him to get straightened around, and obviously he’s working on it.”

— The Raiders’ long-term future remains in doubt, but their 2016 plans are becoming more clear. Owner Mark Davis said Monday that the team is negotiating a one-year extension of its lease to remain at O.co Coliseum.

“As of today, right now we are in the process of trying to negotiate a one-year extension at the Oakland Coliseum to play the 2016 season there,” Davis said on the “TK Show” podcast hosted by San Jose Mercury News columnist Tim Kawakami. “And after we get that done, we’ll sit down and try to figure out where the future of the Raiders lies.”

Davis said playing at the aging and outdated venue for 2016 is “not desirable,” but it appears the team had few options after the league did not approve its plan to move to Los Angeles.

Davis last week paid a visit to Las Vegas, where there are plans for a new stadium on the UNLV campus. He said he had a “great meeting” with school officials and casino owner Sheldon Adelson, who is spearheading the project. However, there remains uncertainty about how the league would feel about placing a team in the gambling capital of the country.

“I think Las Vegas is coming along,” Davis said. “I don’t know if the environment is correct for the National Football League or not. That’s for the other [31] owners to decide.”

— The Browns have not officially parted ways with Johnny Manziel yet, but some of the team’s fans have. Diehard fan Chris McNeil started a social media boycott of the troubled quarterback over the weekend, and more than 1,000 people had joined the #JohnnyFreeFebruary campaign as of Monday morning.

McNeil explained that his 8-year-old daughter came up with the idea.

“She asked me what we discuss on Twitter and I told her Johnny Manziel,” he recalled. “She rolled her eyes and said, ‘€˜Why don’t you take the month off?’ Out of the mouths of babes.”

Manziel was involved in an incident over the weekend in which an ex-girlfriend contacted police about a disturbance involving Manziel and said she had concerns about his well-being. Police located him after a helicopter search and determined he was not in any danger.

“You just get tired of it,” McNeil said of Manziel’s frequent issues. “You can’t make up helicopters. There are 32 quarterbacks in the league and ours is being searched for by a helicopter. That’s a Saturday night. It’s gotten to the point where it’s cliche. We’ve had enough.”

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Feb. 2, 1910, the Red Sox signed which first baseman — a native of Central Massachusetts and a product of Holy Cross — who would hit the first home run at Fenway Park two years later?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Two-a-days have begun …” — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, in a Facebook post signaling the start of his offseason training

STAT OF THE DAY: 8 — Years since the Duke basketball team was left out of The Associated Press Top 25 poll until this week, as the Blue Devils are 15-6 after losing four of their last five games

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Nuggets guard Gary Harris makes a back-door cut and dunks on Raptors forward Luis Scola.

Pistons guard Brandon Jennings goes hard to the basket then bounces a pass off the backboard to Andre Drummond for the slam.

Pinehurst Golf Academy’s Kelly Mitchum sinks three balls with one stroke.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Hugh Bradley

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Shakira was born on this day in 1977.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Spar
We close out the day with the best in soundbites... today it involves remembering what happened one year ago tonight.

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We close out the day with the best in soundbites... today it involves remembering what happened one year ago tonight.

[0:00:13] ... you managed property or educational facilities make sure you have an ARS. Winter weather disaster relief plan in place calling 774611111. Or pay RS serve dot com more sound than normal on our final drive today but. I think you'll understand why we take you back one year ago tonight Super Bowl 49 Glendale patriots and Seahawks. Leading into Super Bowl week we all remember the craziness that went on that was the start of deflate gate when the patriots touchdown in Glendale ...
[0:00:59] ... wouldn't apologize. To our entire team. And in particular. Coach Belichick and Tom Brady. For what they don't have to win door of this past week. Still waiting for that apology by the way and when it came time for the game and again. It was Tom Brady setting the tone for his team. First quarter defensive battle neither team scored. 937 of the second the patriots struck first the ...
[0:02:12] ... one team. Joseph Jobe it showed she. Just thought it was the Dow Jones though we need Jo-Jo back we don't we don't have that anymore then you donate Calvin Johnson. But the Seahawks answered towards ...
[0:02:42] ... infinitely. Within sixty to go before it. With an eight point. Yeah Super Bowl forty now. We make you could hand the ball off to Marshal I was just against him he actually score from the ...






We discuss whether Tom Brady is hurting himself, his image or the NFL if he doesn't show up at Super Bowl 50 amongst the 50th anniversary honorees.
We discuss whether Tom Brady is hurting himself, his image or the NFL if he doesn't show up at Super Bowl 50 amongst the 50th anniversary honorees.