Sunday was a typically news-filled day for football lovers, but the biggest story of the weekend for music fans may have taken place off the field. Reports are circulating that Jon Bon Jovi is looking to buy the Buffalo Bills.
Lately the sports journalism world has been shedding light on some of the dark places the NFL has either ignored or swept under the rug in in years past. Growing attention is being given to things like long-term player health and conduct, among other things.
If you haven't heard the news, Minnesota Viking running back Adrian Peterson lost a son the other day. Without going into the story, Adrian noticed people posting up a picture of his son at a Viking practice.
I wrote a blog about Bill Musgrave last week and how he was not calling the right plays for the Vikings and that we shouldn't be ready to send Ponder on his way. I think, I'm close to sending Ponder on his way.
I was so excited when I read the Minnesota Vikings picked up Matt Cassel from the Kansas City Chiefs. He was once on the Patriots and ran a similar offense that Minnesota runs and could take over when Ponder screws up.
Jim Harbaugh today asked the NFL to look into things that are being said by Green Bay about 49er QB Colin Kaepernick is very similar to things that were being said by New Orleans about Brett Favre back a few years ago.
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