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Topic - Bernie Kosar
Former NFL quarterback Bernie Kosar blamed knee and ankle surgeries stemming from his professional career for not being able to perform a field sobriety test before he was arrested on drunken driving charges on Sunday.
The hundreds of millions of dollars the NFL is ready to pay former players sounds great, until you stretch it out over 20 years and divide it among thousands of people.
Jim Brown has come back to the team he helped lead to its last NFL championship.
Michael Lombardi knows his return to the Browns was wildly unpopular with many Cleveland fans.
Marc Trestman had it all mapped out, right up to the Chicago Bears' championship parade. It was there on the calendar.
Much helium figures to be pumped into the balloon before Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck swap spirals Saturday night. Of course, in these situations, some hype can't be helped.
Tom Brady threw three touchdowns passes in leading the New England Patriots to a 34-3 rout of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and the top seed throughout the AFC playoffs.
When Jimmy Graham was still a college basketball player at Miami, he got some sound career advice from people with backgrounds as divergent as university President Donna Shalala and former star quarterback Bernie Kosar.
Boos and obscenities rained down on LeBron James in the arena that was once his home. He didn't seem to mind. By halftime, James was the one having fun. Returning as a villain to his home state and the city he scorned this summer, King James was greeted with deafening boos, vulgar chants and some unprintable words from Cleveland fans who waited five months for him Thursday night as the Miami Heat played the Cavaliers.
Boos and obscenities rained down on LeBron James in the arena that was once his home.
Howard Mudd spent five decades playing or coaching in the NFL.
Kosar told an officer he couldn't perform the standard one-leg stand or walk and turn tests as he had undergone several surgeries on his knees and ankles "because his line couldn't block."
"Whether they get the money or not, I'm not sure that's going to make them feel better," Kosar said.