The latest is the Packers and former BC guy BJ Raji. We discuss his reasons why and why this is no longer a shock in the NFL.

[0:11:50] ... and right yeah yeah I the other at least as long as Vince Wilfork Ted Washington I want to say was like 37. Our eight. So is this just another case of people just you know and another ...
[0:15:54] ... I know well and are a very Monday. I thought this one Logan Mankins retired as when you see you guys that you've enjoyed watch him play need to know BJ raji never. Plea for the patriots it's always fun to watch him hit not a lot of guys brought. His skill set to the position. It's this mixed emotion it's a lethal cocktail of just different feelings of the millennium. You know I'm sorry for me that I'm not gonna get to see that guy Logan Mankins play again. From happy for the guy that he was able to walk away in you know not get caught and not be you know at the end of his career when no one wants of. But by and large it just me ship fuel only concerned about the. The future of football how many more guys like raji and just gonna walk away. With a good contract in his hand because he just sees a future where. He's walking around in east you know we haven't haven't headaches and it might not want to end up like Junior Seau in all the worst case scenario. At best you always hear bottled kind football players that you know how hard it is ...




The latest is the Packers and former BC guy BJ Raji. We discuss his reasons why and why this is no longer a shock in the NFL.

[0:11:50] ... and right yeah yeah I the other at least as long as Vince Wilfork Ted Washington I want to say was like 37. Our eight. So is this just another case of people just you know and another ...
[0:15:54] ... I know well and are a very Monday. I thought this one Logan Mankins retired as when you see you guys that you've enjoyed watch him play need to know BJ raji never. Plea for the patriots it's always fun to watch him hit not a lot of guys brought. His skill set to the position. It's this mixed emotion it's a lethal cocktail of just different feelings of the millennium. You know I'm sorry for me that I'm not gonna get to see that guy Logan Mankins play again. From happy for the guy that he was able to walk away in you know not get caught and not be you know at the end of his career when no one wants of. But by and large it just me ship fuel only concerned about the. The future of football how many more guys like raji and just gonna walk away. With a good contract in his hand because he just sees a future where. He's walking around in east you know we haven't haven't headaches and it might not want to end up like Junior Seau in all the worst case scenario. At best you always hear bottled kind football players that you know how hard it is ...




We look at our four one seeds as we decide who is the greatest Boston athlete of all time.

[0:02:01] ... the history of the national hockey revolutionized the game more than Bobby Wayne Gretzky was otherworldly. Unbelievable at a time by the way went you know 5067 Eagles with not exactly an unbelievable thing. Bobby Orr ...
[0:08:38] ... describe them as it. You know they're describing Dennis Rodman or or Ben Wallace one of these defense only guys. He was a five time MVP of the league. When and what. Well Chamberlain was playing ...
[0:09:58] ... and total fun. Laser and. And the patriots are pretty. Business and Tom Brady is just at the record for the most career Super Bowl touchdown dances with well. Well finally we come to Gerry Ford and bridges and support for its gonna make the case for the third aptly puts it when the whole darn thing and as you know obviously Tom Brady is the number one seed. In that region. 58028. Passing yards 428 passing touchdowns 21 team all pros four titles. Three Super Bowl MVPs to overall league. And BP's. Jerry sort of why why why should Tom Brady be number one and all that moment and a cigarette that are best boss an athlete for a. What I need to levels little yellow wet floor side straight yet B he's a model guys speak elect to step up. And all right I could've advocated for Russell still but my number one choice is in fact. Tom Brady for the sole reason that. The position he plays. It's not only the most difficult but by far the most important position. ...
[0:11:45] ... against Bill Russell and in one semifinal with. And Larry Bird against Tom Brady in the other semifinal there barber. I mean it's just frightening to think about a text to brings up the good point ...






We look at our four one seeds as we decide who is the greatest Boston athlete of all time.

[0:02:01] ... the history of the national hockey revolutionized the game more than Bobby Wayne Gretzky was otherworldly. Unbelievable at a time by the way went you know 5067 Eagles with not exactly an unbelievable thing. Bobby Orr ...
[0:08:38] ... describe them as it. You know they're describing Dennis Rodman or or Ben Wallace one of these defense only guys. He was a five time MVP of the league. When and what. Well Chamberlain was playing ...
[0:09:58] ... and total fun. Laser and. And the patriots are pretty. Business and Tom Brady is just at the record for the most career Super Bowl touchdown dances with well. Well finally we come to Gerry Ford and bridges and support for its gonna make the case for the third aptly puts it when the whole darn thing and as you know obviously Tom Brady is the number one seed. In that region. 58028. Passing yards 428 passing touchdowns 21 team all pros four titles. Three Super Bowl MVPs to overall league. And BP's. Jerry sort of why why why should Tom Brady be number one and all that moment and a cigarette that are best boss an athlete for a. What I need to levels little yellow wet floor side straight yet B he's a model guys speak elect to step up. And all right I could've advocated for Russell still but my number one choice is in fact. Tom Brady for the sole reason that. The position he plays. It's not only the most difficult but by far the most important position. ...
[0:11:45] ... against Bill Russell and in one semifinal with. And Larry Bird against Tom Brady in the other semifinal there barber. I mean it's just frightening to think about a text to brings up the good point ...






We look at our four one seeds as we decide who is the greatest Boston athlete of all time.

[0:02:01] ... the history of the national hockey revolutionized the game more than Bobby Wayne Gretzky was otherworldly. Unbelievable at a time by the way went you know 5067 Eagles with not exactly an unbelievable thing. Bobby Orr ...
[0:08:38] ... describe them as it. You know they're describing Dennis Rodman or or Ben Wallace one of these defense only guys. He was a five time MVP of the league. When and what. Well Chamberlain was playing ...
[0:09:58] ... and total fun. Laser and. And the patriots are pretty. Business and Tom Brady is just at the record for the most career Super Bowl touchdown dances with well. Well finally we come to Gerry Ford and bridges and support for its gonna make the case for the third aptly puts it when the whole darn thing and as you know obviously Tom Brady is the number one seed. In that region. 58028. Passing yards 428 passing touchdowns 21 team all pros four titles. Three Super Bowl MVPs to overall league. And BP's. Jerry sort of why why why should Tom Brady be number one and all that moment and a cigarette that are best boss an athlete for a. What I need to levels little yellow wet floor side straight yet B he's a model guys speak elect to step up. And all right I could've advocated for Russell still but my number one choice is in fact. Tom Brady for the sole reason that. The position he plays. It's not only the most difficult but by far the most important position. ...
[0:11:45] ... against Bill Russell and in one semifinal with. And Larry Bird against Tom Brady in the other semifinal there barber. I mean it's just frightening to think about a text to brings up the good point ...






Christian tries out his Irish accent, this time during a live-read commercial. It goes as expected, which is understandably terrible and hilarious.

 

Daily MailRugby league player Haydn Peacock has suffered an horrific injury while playing a match in France – almost having his penis ripped off in a tackle.

Peacock, 23, from Australia  … recalled how he was taking the ball up for a run when an opposing player grabbed hold of his penis and then forced him to the ground.

Unfortunately the force of the tackle caused the penis to come away from his body.

Remarkably, Peacock managed to carry on until half-time in the match – it was only then that he decided to take a look at the injury. …

“He (the opposition player) made a tackle by reaching out and grabbing my d***, he got a hold of my d*** with one hand and pulled me down,” Peacock said.

The excruciating injury required Peacock to have 11 stitches inserted and get heavily strapped for the next game. 

Now would be the perfect time for you to question not only your own manhood, but the masculinity of just about every athlete in every sport you’ve ever followed. Because what Haydn Peacock (nice name) demostrated here is the kind of toughness you’ll only find in rugby players, the military, bloggers and sports radio hosts.

We celebrate the guts of a Gregory Campbell, finishing a power play with a broken leg. We marvel at the dedication of a Logan Mankins, playing a football season with a torn ACL. But those profiles in courage pale in comparison to making through a half of rugby with your junk half torn off. Hell, Monty Stratton pitched in the Majors on one leg, but even he would admit a guy who stayed in the game with a ripped wang is the one who should have movies made about him.

And don’t get me going on the J.D. Drews of the world. He would’ve gone on the 60-day disabled list if he’d gotten kneed in the pills, never mind talking about getting back in the lineup right after having his babymaker sewn back on. Also, I appreciate the fact Peacock managed to throw in the stuff about 11 stitches, just in case we weren’t impressed enough.

The whole incident reminds me of a bumper sticker I once saw that read “Rugby players eat their dead.” I used to think that was phony, macho bragging. Now I realize it was an understatement.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

 

Daily MailRugby league player Haydn Peacock has suffered an horrific injury while playing a match in France – almost having his penis ripped off in a tackle.

Peacock, 23, from Australia  … recalled how he was taking the ball up for a run when an opposing player grabbed hold of his penis and then forced him to the ground.

Unfortunately the force of the tackle caused the penis to come away from his body.

Remarkably, Peacock managed to carry on until half-time in the match – it was only then that he decided to take a look at the injury. …

“He (the opposition player) made a tackle by reaching out and grabbing my d***, he got a hold of my d*** with one hand and pulled me down,” Peacock said.

The excruciating injury required Peacock to have 11 stitches inserted and get heavily strapped for the next game. 

Now would be the perfect time for you to question not only your own manhood, but the masculinity of just about every athlete in every sport you’ve ever followed. Because what Haydn Peacock (nice name) demostrated here is the kind of toughness you’ll only find in rugby players, the military, bloggers and sports radio hosts.

We celebrate the guts of a Gregory Campbell, finishing a power play with a broken leg. We marvel at the dedication of a Logan Mankins, playing a football season with a torn ACL. But those profiles in courage pale in comparison to making through a half of rugby with your junk half torn off. Hell, Monty Stratton pitched in the Majors on one leg, but even he would admit a guy who stayed in the game with a ripped wang is the one who should have movies made about him.

And don’t get me going on the J.D. Drews of the world. He would’ve gone on the 60-day disabled list if he’d gotten kneed in the pills, never mind talking about getting back in the lineup right after having his babymaker sewn back on. Also, I appreciate the fact Peacock managed to throw in the stuff about 11 stitches, just in case we weren’t impressed enough.

The whole incident reminds me of a bumper sticker I once saw that read “Rugby players eat their dead.” I used to think that was phony, macho bragging. Now I realize it was an understatement.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
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