Posted by Andy Benoit
LaDainian Tomlinson has not talked to the Jets this offseason, but he says he’d be willing to take a reduced role if that’s what the team asked him to do.
Braylon Edwards’ DWI case is adjourned until May. His attorney needs more time to try to get certain bits of evidence excluded. Edwards’ case was already adjourned once in November and again in January. He was arrested in September. The legal system’s absurd leisureliness once again shines brightest on the highest profile cases…
Oh, and Sergio Kindle’s DUI case has also been postponed. (Attorney scheduling conflicts.)
Looks like not everyone would lose money in a lockout (gotta love T-shirt hawks).
The Indianapolis Super Bowl host committee does not believe Super Bowl XLVI is in jeopardy. They think “common sense will prevail”.
Labor strife isn’t getting in the way of cheerleader tryouts for the Ravens.
The Chiefs are putting cornerback Kevin Ross in their Hall of Fame.
Greg Jennings talks about the “team on my back” video that has gone viral.
One person speculates that Charlie Weis left Kansas City because he knew the Chiefs would be slashing salaries in the event of a lockout.
Former Jets quarterback Ray Lucas is making great strides in his recovery from drug addiction.
Raheem Morris and some of his staff will be visiting the Rays’ camp. NFL coaches like to study baseball training camps in order to pick up some new techniques for how to rest players.
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