At the rate he's going, Chad Ocho Cinco won't have a jersey to put his new name on.
A feeble-minded attempt at headline-writing for The Onion: "Congress seeks bailout for sports blogs in wake of Matt Millen resignation."
One possiblity: The Washington Nationals.
Have the Chicago White Sox, whose AL Central lead is down to a half-game, asked the Twins to join them in suspending their season?
(Ex-Lions coach Steve Mariucci went to town on Millen.)
There was no advertising signage on the boards during the Leafs' game at Pittsburgh last night. For once, the Leafs' play wasn't the only reason the game looked like something out of the early 1980s.
The Claude Lemieux comeback story might make sense. He didn't finish off Kris Draper.
A fraud artist has pled guilty to several scams, included a few where he pretended to where he pretended to be ex-Hab Stéphane Richer. They knew he wasn't the real Richer when they say him play in a beer-league game and actually backcheck.
Does anyone the CBC erred by using the word "deafening" Hockey Anthem Challenge? (Picture Norm Macdonald on the late '90s SNL: "Note to self: Go deaf.")
Joking about the former Nebraska Cornhuskers running back Thunder Collins being arrested for murder are out today.
It's just too sad a story -- Nebraska football, that is.
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