Lorenzen Wright Found Dead in Memphis

Posted in Blogroll on July 28th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

My Eyewitness News

I don’t even know what to say but that this is very unfortunate. Some of us don’t make it in life. Anthony Gilbert knew Lorenzen a little better than I did, but when we covered the Cavs he was always cool. Seemed like he had it all together. Prayers go out to his family. Sad story that I’m sure we haven’t heard the last of.

Wednesday Morning Starting Five: T.O. and Ochocinco Twin Powers…Activate!

Posted in Blogroll on July 28th, 2010 by Michael Tillery

Name one defensive back tandem that can stop these two

Focus on the dumb stuff if you want to but the tandem of Chad Ocho Cinco and Terrell Owens will be a force this upcoming NFL season. Folks will scream entertainment and sharing the spotlight and drama this and drama that but on the football field is where the doughnuts are made.

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Floyd Mayweather and the Politics of Just Enough

Posted in Blogroll on July 28th, 2010 by Okori Wadsworth

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Some of us told you this would happen. Sure, we were humbled when he took apart Shane Mosley and did so with the relative ease of a kid microwaving ants with a magnifying glass. And then, and here I admit to something, he fooled me. He made me believe that this was what he wanted. He wanted Pacquiao. And we wanted him to. And now, sadly, the fight has fallen apart. Depending on who you believe either Floyd deliberately submarined the negotiations and then sent Leonard Ellerbee out to say they never even happened, or they never even happened.

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2010 NFL Pre-Season Power Rankings (Training Camp Edition)

Posted in Blogroll, Buffalo Bills on July 28th, 2010 by Ron Glover

Post-season trades, NFL Draft, Preseason publications, NFL Network re-runs, and even the early fantasy football drafts have gotten me through the last five months, but enough is enough –  it’s time to turn my focus towards Kickoff 2010. For me, it’s a season of new beginnings here in Philly. I’m over the sting of the McNabb trade until he one-ups his former mates in one of their two meetings this season.

In honor of NFL Training Camps opening this week, I’m going to preview all 32 teams in the order of which I feel they rank at this moment (32 to 1). Prior to Kickoff 2010, there will be a final Pre-Season Power Ranking.

Okay, time to break this huddle.

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