Braylon Edwards Dropped, Not By Ted Ginn

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One of the most obvious points that can be made – and surely has been made – about the San Francisco 49ers this season is that Alex Smith could be even better than his current just-good-enough status if he had a clear cut No.

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6.6 The Cooler

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Brittany Dailey X-Men Takes Home $56 Million [EW] Swagger Jackin’ Aint Cool: Bow Wow Edition [Semtex] 10 Greatest NBA Centers of All-Time [Roc4Life] New York Jets Braylon Edwards Putting 100 Kids Through College [Sporting News] Rich People Prefer Coke [Gothamist] SHOW Black Lingerie 14 Is Classic [...].


Jets Players Still Coping With Loss

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While most New York Jets fans were being talked off their figurative ledges, the team’s stars were out tearing up the clubs in New York City in the hours after their 24-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.


Your NFL Recap: Week Three

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Week 3. Time to figure out if the new kids on the block are ready to over throw last year’s playoff teams and make the season their own. Who is for real and who isn't? The Chiefs? For real. After several years as one of the league’s doormats, the Chiefs have rolled into the new decade recalling the glory days of Steve Bono and Elvis Grbac. After squeaking out wins in their first two games, the Chiefs laid a proper whooping on the suddenly hopeless 49ers. The Chiefs benefited from some Charlie Weiss chicanery, using a brilliantly designed wildcat double reverse flea flicker to embarrass the Niners schoolyard style. Gimmickry aside, I don’t see any reason why the Chiefs can’t be the Cinderella playoff team of 2010. With a last place schedule and a two game lead in the division already, the AFC West is there for the taking. The two-headed monster of Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones should give the offense some weapons to grind out a few late season W's. Add in the experience of some of their ex-Patriot players and coaches, and KC should be defying all pre-season expectations. The Falcons? For real. Any time you knock off the reigning kings in their backyard, you deserve some attention. Granted, the Dirty Birds got some help due to an overtime choke by former Saints hero Garrett Hartley, who appears to have shanked his last field goal. Still, with Michael Turner back, Tony Gonzalez still getting it done and Roddy White’s emergence, the Falcons should at least make the postseason. The Seahawks? Fakers. San Diego never starts trying until November. More importantly, as great as Leon Washington is, you can’t expect him to return two kicks for touchdowns every game.


Hispanic Quarterback Finds Prosperity In South Florida

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New York Jets Mark Sanchez threw for three touchdown passes as his team won on the road in a close Sunday night game against the Tennessee Volunteers Miami Dolphins, 31-23.


Braylon Edwards Is Riding Dirty

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Jets wide receiver and avid taunter, Braylon Edwards, was arrested for a DWI early this morning.


Your NFL Conference Championship Recap

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To quote esteemed sports philosopher Reggie Noble, "this is what it’s all about.

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Will They Ever Learn?

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There are many reason for me to not like Braylon Edwards:  He went to Michigan, he's grossly overrated and I think being traded away by the Cleveland Browns says a lot about a person.


10.18 The Cooler

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Sabrina Hunter, Wet Wet.

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Less than a week after punching out on of LeBron James' "kids," Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards was literally kicked out of Cleveland.

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The "Friends of Lebron" tag makes its debut on With Leather today as we discuss this bizarre story of Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards allegedly punching out Edward Givens, who works as an events promoter-slash-Friend of LeBron.


Vince Carter debuts for Orlando; Ben Gordon debuts for Detroit

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Of the four teams that played in last night's NBA preseason games, three were of the "new-look" variety: Orlando, Dallas and Detroit.



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I just got my copy of Essence in the mail -- of course I subscribe -- and I couldn't have been more excited to find the "Do Right Men," a feature that highlights 60 successful black men with noble hearts and good intentions.

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