All Williamses all over a roster.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Time to affect the head once again!
The NFL's Bountygate sunk to a new low on Monday.
- Never one to shy away from an event where pink button-ups and Tucker Carlson costumes are the accepted attire, Jay Cutler made a showing at the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville on Saturday.
The New Orleans Saints were under investigation for running an alleged bounty program after they won the Super Bowl in 2009.
'Bout to be another day of pearl-clutching over bounties up in.
People assume Peyton Manning's neck problems were started by a Gregg Williams defense.
For once, a YouTube comment cuts to the heart of a story.
Charles Barkley has never been one to shut his mouth.
On Friday, a very poor quality video of a guy in a white helmet throwing a football at Duke University showed up on YouTube and people were like, “Well Peyton Manning has a white helmet and he’s been hanging out at Duke, so it must be him.
His appearance on 'The Dan Patrick Show' might not have reached deeply into the complex heart of the Gregg Williams/New Orleans Saints bounty controversy, but one thing was made perfectly clear: if you go to the police with this, Charles Barkley is willing to murder you with a nail gun he bought at the Hardware Barn and drag your dead ass into a vacant building.
- The Washington Post's Mike Wise shared this unfit-for-family-newspaper Redskins-era Gregg Williams anecdote with Dan Steinberg over Twitter, giving the world even more bad things to call Gregg as he's run out of the league in disgrace.
Okay, kids, I'm going to try to be objective about this, but you know and I know that at some point I'm going to fail.