Tony Kornheiser is an enigma.
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Vinny Cerrato has left his post as vice president of football operations for the Washington Danielskins, and was replaced (rather quickly) by former Tampa Bay Buccaneers (two Cs, one N, two Es) GM Bruce Allen.
Although everyone knew that Steelers safety Ryan Clark <a href="http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/09/ryan-clark-wont-play-monday-night/">was going to sit</a> as his team traveled to Denver for tonight's Monday night game, he still made the trip with the team.
This is that scrum from the last night's game that started after Atlanta tried for an onside kick for a chance to score a TD with the 2-point conversion and tie the game.
If you stuck it out for the duration of <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap?gid=20091102018">the Saints' win over the Falcons</a> last night, you were probably unsure whether you were watching the NFL or the NCAA Final Four.
Brett Favre's much-ballyhooed game against his former team finally happened last night, and the steady offensive output of both the Vikings and Packers, combined with Favre's remarkable command under center, came rather close to justifying the hype.
How many times has "Brett Favre" been mentioned in a single TV show.
I'm already sick to death of people whining, "Oh, Tom Brady blew off Suzy Kolber for an interview.
Here's the latest from the That's The Dumbest Thing I've Ever Heard, But It Doesn't Surprise Me In The Least Since It's ESPN news desk: the monolith had considered filling Tony Kornheiser's vacancy at Monday Night Football with America's F*vorite F*ckup, former Detroit Lions GM Matt Millen.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/tony_kornhesier.jpg"></a>Tony Kornheiser will not be returning to the broadcast booth of ESPN's Monday Night Football, the network reported today.
If you were pouting about the suckfest that was last week's Monday Night game, last night should have more than made up for it.
Words By Jason Hortillas Maybe the <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/?p=8905">boneheaded rookie move by DeSean Jackson</a> overshadowed Monday Night Football's horror of a national anthem, but Kat DeLuna needs to call it quits.