File this under, “But I didn’t shoot the deputy.” The attorney for Cowboys DB Kelvin Joseph says his client was in the SUV from which shots were fired in the early morning of March 18, killing a 20-year-old man outside a Greenville Avenue establishment. But the lawyer says Joseph was not the shooter.
This is all so very Cowboys.
Nobody in the NFL is more baffling than Kirk Cousins. He’s a very good player, his numbers are impressive and he may be the best businessman in league history. But…something…just ain’t right. Do you feel the same way?
The Colts look good to me. And they look better after signing FA cornerback Stephon Gilmore.
You can never, ever, have enough good corners. If your corners can hold up, you can do all kinds of creative and exotic stuff with the rest of your defense. If they can’t, “vanilla” is your only flavor.
The Phoenix Suns appear to be a toxic workplace. And now amidst an NBA investigation into alleged racism and misogyny in that organization, Suns’ majority owner Robert Sarver is retiring as executive chairman of Western Alliance Bancorporation, a position he has held for two decades.
It was one of the great moments in the rich history of the NBA’s play-in tournament. I’ll eagerly await the 30 for 30 documentary on the Pelicans’ fourth quarter rally to beat the Clippers and claim the eighth and final Western Conference Playoff berth.
Yes, I’ll watch Son of USFL tonight. I had fun with that league the first time around. I may even break out my almost four decades old Tampa Bay Bandits t-shirt.
It’ll be interesting to see how when and where the quarterbacks go in the upcoming NFL Draft. There’s not a “can’t miss” QB in the lot, in my estimation. But there are some scrappy dudes. That’s not normally a compliment, coming from me. But I give Scrappy Stickers to Kenny Pickett, Desmond Ridder, Sam Howell and Matt Corral.
So long and sail on to my buddy Skip Walker. Skip was the best player I ever played against. RIP, bud.