well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Found this on Scouts front page. It is a little longer then all the other highlight tapes I've seen on him.
sorry I still dont know how to embed.
It appears the rookie contracts and free agency appear to be the only stumbling blocks to ending the NFL lockout. It appears if they can get passed the rookie contracts the free agency disagreement should be settled quickly.
I personally believe the rookie contracts are ridiculous, and that money should go towards proven players and the benefits of players who proved themselves day in and day out before they retired. That money shouldn't go to some kid coming out of college who never proved a single thing in the NFL. Let that rookie earn his own pay.
A rookie wage scale and free agency for veterans appear to be the biggest stumbling blocks to ending the NFL lockout.
Several people with knowledge of the talks tell the Associated Press that such key issues as splitting total revenues -- the major reason for the dispute -- the salary cap, fewer offseason workouts and the length of a new collective bargaining agreement are close to being completed.
...have you received them? How do they look on?
Does anyone know when Fan Day is this year? I have a Michigan helmet from the Women's Football Academy last year that would look quite fine with a few signatures on it.
I just have to share my elation right now with the sporting world right now.
1. Michigan picks up Wilson and Kalis.
2. USA beats Brazil in an absolutely EPIC soccer match.
3. Detroit Tigers are back in first place.
4. Uber-Michigan fan Derek Jeter made history.
5. We are not Ohio State.
I feel like this is somewhat summing up a bunch of the below posts, but it has just been an amazing weekend for sports.
The Sportsnation Tradition Poll Final on Facebook has been running for a few days but has gotten very little attention until recently. The Sportsnation Facebook page put it on the mainpage again and the MFFF (Michigan Football Facebook Fanpage) finally posted about it this afternoon but the vote tally is still only around 20,000. With the voting so low it's anybodies to win, though FSU currently leads 61% to 39%. I for one would hate to see FSU win another tradition poll Michigan clearly should win after the Best Helmet fiasco. VBOD!
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