Naw, man. If you have to put a clause in a quarterback’s contract mandating that he spend four hours a week studying game video, that is not your guy. That’s not your guy, even if you just spent $230.5 million on him. I can’t say this strongly enough. That’s not your guy. That’s not a leader. That’s not a professional.
But Danny Amendola certainly is, or was. All respect to the veteran slot receiver, who announced his retirement Monday after 13 NFL seasons. People forget that he was an undrafted Cowboys free agent in 2008 and was cut during training camp. He was not deterred, obviously.
I really don’t understand the Bears sometimes. They have the best unis in sports, but they can’t stop messing around with ridiculous “alt” unis and helmets. They also have Soldier Field. I said Soldier Field. And now there are folks in Chi-town who want to put a roof on it. It makes me wanna holler, throw up both my hands.
No, I’m not going to tell Jim Harbaugh to “stick to sports.” He has every right to speak out on controversial social issues, such as abortion in this latest case. Candidly, Harbaugh is not my favorite guy (or coach), but I will not be part of an attempt to silence him. Jim Harbaugh has a right to speak. So does Gregg Popovich. So does every American citizen.
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Folks played a soccer match at Lambeau Field Saturday? They did what? Where? Blasphemy. Heresy. That’s a bad vibe heading into the Packers’ season.
Further evidence that Aaron Rodgers and Packers G.M. Brian Gutekunst have buried the hatchet, and not between each other’s shoulder blades. Gutekunst got a nice contract extension Monday, as did Packers coach Matt LaFleur.
San Antonio is Cowboys Country. That means we often have a reflexive distaste for Steelers and former Steelers. It goes way back. But I’m telling you, SA. You’re going to love the coach of our new XFL team, Hines Ward. That’s our kinda guy. And he’s going to love you back.
What do you mean, “The Astros lost”?