“I do believe that he has the potential to lead a football team if you get the right pieces around him,” Warner said. “But the problem is that they’ve got a long way to go here in New York to get the right pieces around him.”
Knicks great Bernard King is feeling fantastic. Getting tabbed as a Hall of Famer will do that to you.
“We’re in talks with a handful of players who are considering it,” the Ravens’ linebacker said. “There are up to four players being talked to right now and they’re trying to be organized so they can come out on the same day together.”
Here’s the breakdown on NCAA tournament favorites, dark horses and underdogs.
For the few of us New Yorkers who don’t root for the Knicks, it was unfettered ecstasy to watch the whiplash they got from the Nuggets, who blew by them during a blowout that doubled as a slam-dunk contest. The Knicks can’t play offense or defense.
Already there’s a dispute over whether Boomer Esiason will be simultaneously watching his beloved Rangers via Slingbox.
“I think that’s pretty much an inappropriate question to ask a kid,” Suggs said. “If the kid can play, regardless of what he does with his off-the-field time … I think that’s the only thing he really needs to be held accountable for.”
“What’s next — an Enron left-field pole?” Carton said. “Tyco right-field pole? Could you be stupider?”
Piazza was perhaps the greatest-hitting catcher that baseball has ever seen. We’d like to assume that he was clean. But we can’t.
“All I needed him to say was that he apologizes and he won’t say my name again — I got that out of him,” Weatherford said. “I got that out of him, and I’m good. I’m not looking to stir the pot any more by suing him. That’s all I wanted.”
“Don’t write the freaking book of you’re not gonna come out and you’re not gonna talk about it,” WFAN co-host Boomer Esiason said Tuesday.
“In my opinion — I want to be very clear about how I present this, OK? — if you don’t think that Mike Piazza did some type of steroid, you are crazy,” WFAN co-host Craig Carton said Monday morning.
Andrew Luck. Peyton Manning. Tom Brady. Colin Kaepernick. Joe Flacco beat them all, and to Ray Rice, that makes the Ravens quarterback the best in football.
“I think the brand is promoted by winning,” Tannenbaum said. “…All (Johnson) cared about was winning. You guys have been to our facility, (and) it’s the best facility of any team in any sport in the country. And that’s really what he cares about.”
Have you dropped some hard-earned cash on a Mark Sanchez jersey? Not sure what to do with it now? Hey, at least you’re not Ryan.
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