well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Noon to 2pm on 910 AM. It is supposed to be about players lives off the field.
Richard Kiel, whose towering height and distinctive baritone voice defined his nearly 50-year career in television and films, most notably as the steely toothed James Bond villain Jaws, died Wednesday afternoon in Fresno, Calif. at the age of 74,
Michigan Football has at least an indirect connection to Kiel in that the Lamarr Woodley shirt
was inpired by the shirt worn by Mr Larson, the ex-boss of Happy Gilmore.
While the Lamarr Woodley shirt pictured above features Steeler colors, a Michigan version of it predated the Pittsburgh version. (My Google-Fu failed me as I searched for the Michigan image.)
RIP, Richard Kiel.
Pittsburgh Steelers are going to release LaMarr Woodley this week. Woodley was a salary cap casualty as he was slated to make $8 million this season, and the Steelers have good depth at his position. He will probably end up being one of the top free agent pass rushers on the market this year. Will be interesting to see where he ends up.
Woodley intercepts a tipped pass with less than 2 minutes in the half. Steelers drive for a TD against the Bengals.
The title pretty much says it all. I love seeing Michigan athletes contribute in their community. Nice job, #56!
#83- LaMarr Woodley, LB Pittsburgh Steelers
#77- Charles Woodson, CB Green Bay Packers
#41- Jake Long, OT Miami Dolphins
#1- Tom Brady, QB New England Patriots
#30- Matthew Stafford, QB
#24- Ndamukong Suh, DT
#9- Calvin Johnson, WR
Not sure of Schrager's credibility, but it's nice to have the number one spot locked down by a Wolverine.