- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 8, 2007


Tired of that home run record chase? Then tune in to this chase for first place: Braves at Mets. 7 p.m., ESPN


“Larry Bird is a hard man to deal with.” — Disgruntled Indiana center Jermaine O’Neal on the Pacers” team president


Jermaine O’Neal

So he wants to get traded to Los Angeles, and Kobe wants to leave? This is hard to keep up with.

Tiger Woods

At a tricky Tulsa track, the odds don’t look good for the golf great to win a major this year.

Eric Byrnes

The Orioles let this guy walk a year and a half ago … and he just signed a $30 million deal with Arizona.

Brady Quinn

With the Notre Dame star joining the Browns, only two first-rounders remain unsigned.

Barry Bonds

Our promise: When he hits 756, we will do our best to keep him off this list until he appears in court or retires.


1. Marshawn Lynch: Buffalo back should have this job from Day 1.

2. Calvin Johnson: He will start for the Lions, and they will keep chucking the ball.

3. Greg Olsen: Should provide a nice big target for Rex Grossman, who desperately needs one.

4. Adrian Peterson: A lot of this depends on what the Vikings do with Chester Taylor.

5. Brady Quinn: He will start eventually, but the late signing hurts his chances early.

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