Monthly Archives: September 2010

Chad Ochocinco does charity

In a situation that could only involve Chad Ochocinco, a recent cereal fundraiser for ‘Feed the Children’ has taken an interesting turn. From ESPN, “Charity-minded callers are getting intercepted by a sex phone line because of a misprint on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco’s namesake cereal boxes… Continue reading

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Contador Tests Positive for Banned Substance

Stop the presses, another Tour de France winner has tested positive for a banned substance. Spaniard Alberto Contador, who won his third Tour de France this past July, has been notified by the UCI that both his A and B urine samples on July 21 tested positive for a “very small concentration” of clenbuterol via a World Anti-Doping Agency-accredited lab in Cologne, Germany. According to the UCI statement, Contador has been “formally and provisionally suspended.” Continue reading

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Donovan McNabb hasn’t learned anything

Washington Redskins QB Donovan McNabb (that still sounds weird) makes his anticipated return to Philadelphia this Sunday to take on the Eagles and resurgent QB Michael Vick. McNabb, making his weekly radio appearance on Washington’s ESPN 980, said that the positive results in 11 seasons should outweigh his appearance in a Redskins uniform. Continue reading

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Evan Longoria and David Price Are Not Happy

The Tampa Bay Rays lost last night at home to the Baltimore Orioles 4-0, missing a 2nd consecutive chance to clinch a playoff berth in front of a crowd of 12,446, the fourth lowest attendance mark of the season. The real story, however, occured after the game was over, when Evan Longoria and later, David Price, called out the fans, or lack thereof, at Tropicana Field. Continue reading

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In the NFL, 0-3 starts will not be tolerated

It happens all too often. An NFL team, off to an unacceptable start, picks a sacrificial lamb and fires them in an attempt to send a message to players, coaches, and fans that failure will not be tolerated. Today NFL fans were treated to not one but two such moves, as the San Fransisco 49ers fired offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye and the Buffalo Bills released former starting QB Trent Edwards. Continue reading

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