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(Pro Football Talk)   Not content with just having LeBron, Cleveland picks up Michael Jordan as well   ( profootballtalk.nbcsports.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, American football positions, wide receiver Kasen, wide receiver Reggie, American football, starters Kenny Britt, National Football League, quarterback Josh Woodrum, tackle T.Y. McGill  
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2017-09-03 07:57:04 PM  
Most likely that's baseball's Michael Jordan
2017-09-03 10:18:59 PM  
There has been much gnashing of teeth in Seahawksland over the cutting of Kasen Williams. Dude makes a few great catches in preseason (all on the exact same route, against rookie UDFA defenders) and suddenly people think he's supposed to leapfrog over some veterans and their third-round pick to make the 53-man roster. I did hope he would make it to the practice squad (again), but I guess it wasn't meant to be. Hope he does well in Cleveland.
2017-09-03 11:02:34 PM  
Hashtag "A sex pected"?

Rule 34, I imagine.
2017-09-04 02:09:51 PM  
What is a "nost" tackle?  Never heard of that position.  Is that some Canadian league carry over?
2017-09-04 08:58:58 PM  
That's nothing. They had Michael Jackson on the roster in the early 90's.
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