Rex Ryan was stuffed
Perhaps mindful of the rioting that occurred after Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final, Vancouver police planned to keep a close eye on a boisterous group that hit the streets of Vancouver on Saturday. Lions at least not all of them. cheerleaders, Weise told reporters, I not a real fan of their team. Dickson of the Omaha World Herald shared a couple of interesting facts in the wake of American Thanksgiving on Thursday. read that turkeys have been genetically bred over the years to have larger and larger breasts so now their breasts are so large they can barely stand, Dickson wrote. thing happened with NFL cheerleaders. A couple of weekends back, Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson caught a touchdown pass, ran over to one of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders and gave her a hug. Nelson has since been criticized for the move, even though the woman in question is his girlfriend. Besides, noted blogger RJ Currie: when is there a bad time to hug a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader? week, we told you about Denver Broncos fans buying Tim Tebow replica jerseys and having stitched onto the nameplate to honour Tebow Christian beliefs. After the Orlando Sentinel sought reactions to that, one reader responded: was more accurate on the Hail Marys. Tebow to Jesus is sacrilegious, noted Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi. knows Jesus had a much better throwing motion. The NFL has fined New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan $75,000 for cursing at a fan during a recent game. That a big financial hit for Ryan; he may have to tighten his belt a little How did Rex enjoy his Thanksgiving dinner? A tweet by Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News quoted Ryan as saying: lap band was in trouble. I was stretching that bad boy out. (again) of Thanksgiving, Greg Cote of the Miami Herald offered a historical perspective this week. know the history of the holiday traces to 1621, and if that year sounds familiar,
it should, he wrote. was the last time the (Florida) Panthers made the NHL playoffs. The NHL was abuzz Wednesday after the Minnesota Wild signed beer league goalie Paul Deutsch, 51, to an amateur tryout contract so he could be the team emergency backup for its contest against the Nashville Predators. Alas, the embroidery shop owner was scratched before the game, so he didn get to reap what he sewed Deutsch was popular with his Wild teammates in the dressing room. Apparently, he kept them in stitches.
Seven waiters in New York City were charged this week with stealing credit card numbers and using them to purchase more than $2 million worth of items. The crooks went for high end shoes, handbags and watches simply because they didn have enough dough for a pair of Yankees season tickets As part of Major League Baseball new labour deal, players can carry smokeless tobacco when fans are in ballparks or chew during pre or post game interviews. Getting rid of the gross spitting is great, but baseball still faces another unsightly blight: Bud Selig haircut.
This week wacky soccer story comes from Chechnya, where FC Krasnodar striker Spartak Gogniev took his lumps twice. After receiving a red card in a recent game, Gogniev shoved the referee while leaving the field. Gogniev then was mauled by security officers, who broke his nose and several of his ribs. The Russian Football Union subsequently weighed in, suspending Gogniev for six games and fining him 50,000 rubles. Now that is how you add insult to injury The last word this week goes to Edmonton Eskimos head coach Kavis Reed who, before the West Division final,
was shown a video of 350 pound guard Patrick Kabongo flexing his pectoral muscles while doing an interview shirtless. As Reed told reporters: the fact that fat can move. You ever put your finger in Jell O and watch it move? That what that says. Spectator appears Saturdays in the Leader Post.)