To be Incognito, or not to be incognito

By Sports Rejects | November 6th, 2013

Richie Incognito

In the latest chapter of the Miami Dolphins Richie Incognito saga, we find out today that he has a history of messing with teammates to the brink. USA Today Sports reported that as a freshman at Nebraska, Incognito had numerous run-ins with an offensive lineman on the team. Said lineman took the abuse, and once stormed out of practice due to Incognito’s bullshit.

Here is an impressive quote that really tells the full Incognito story:

“Hate is a strong word but I’ve always hated Incognito,” Lawrence Jackson, a former NFL defensive end, said Monday on Twitter. “Just for perspective, he’s the guy that makes you want to spit in his face.”

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Rubio Makes Move to Barcelona

By SR Staff | September 1st, 2009

The 18-year-old Rubio with his former team DKV

The 18-year-old Rubio with his former team DKV

The fifth overall pick in the NBA draft may not see an American court for a few more years. Point guard Ricky Rubio made a move to Regal FC Barcelona after the spanish powerhouse won the buyout bidding war. Rubio was originally drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves and team officials have made multiple trips to Spain trying to secure the rights to Rubio. Unfortunately for the Wolves, Rubio will have to keep shooting hoops in Spain for at least another two years.

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Pacman Heading North for the Season

By SR Staff | September 1st, 2009

The Blue Bombers' Logo

The Blue Bombers' Logo

After failing to sign a contract with any NFL team, Pacman Jones has decided to make a move to the CFL. Jones signed today with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. This gives Jones a team to play with as he essentially auditions for the NFL. Consensus seems to be that Jones is hoping to be picked up by a contender before the playoffs as the CFL season comes to a close.

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Michigan Players Bitch About Being Overworked

By SR Staff | August 31st, 2009

The boys in blue are working overtime

The boys in blue are working overtime

Football season is only days away and things are already heating up in Michigan. The NCAA has launched an investigation into claims by players that the required amount of time devoted to being part of the Michigan football program far exceeds the 20 hour limit. Coach Rich Rodriguez held a press conference this morning and claimed he was personally hurt by any insinuations that Michigan does not care about its young men. The last thing Michigan really needs is more distractions.

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Brady Nursing Shoulder Injury

By SR Staff | August 31st, 2009

Brady getting rocked against the Eagles

Brady getting rocked against the Eagles

If you’re a New England Patriots fan, you have to be on edge. A report was released today that Tom Brady injured his shoulder during a hit from the Washington Redskins. Brady has since stated that he is merely bruised a bit and should be fine. However, after shipping away Matt Cassel, the Patriots need Brady to be healthy and play up to his ability.

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Chiefs Pull the Plug on Coordinator

By SR Staff | August 31st, 2009

Only 3 games into the preseason, the Kansas City Cheifs have fired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey. This looks a lot like a sign of panic arising from the Cheifs’ camp. This comes only days after new, prized quarterback Matt Cassel went down to a knee injury. Head coach Todd Haley will take over calling the offensive plays from the sidelines.

Way more fun to look at than a picture of Chan Gailey

Way more fun to look at than a picture of Chan Gailey

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Cutler Makes Return to Denver

By SR Staff | August 31st, 2009

The new man in Chicago

The new man in Chicago

Jay Cutler made a trip back to Denver much to the delight of Bronco fans. After all the drama this summer, fans had been pining for a chance to boo the hell out of Cutler, and boo they did. The stadium was loaded with anti-cutler signs and booed every time Cutler hit the field. Unfortunately though for the Denver public, it was Jay who got the last laugh. Cutler played well and the Chicago Bears came away with a win.

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NFL Calls out Ochocinco on Bullshit Rule

By SR Staff | August 29th, 2009

Chad with the illegal gear

Chad with the illegal gear

The NFL is working its ass off to earn its title as the No Fun League. Today, Chad Ochocinco was fined $5,000 for wearing an orange chin strap during a preseason game. NFL rules do technically state that the chin strap must be white, but does that really fucking matter? Besides, is there any real reason that it must be white?

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Cassel Goes Down to Injury

By SR Staff | August 29th, 2009

Cassel during Chiefs practice

Cassel during Chiefs practice

The biggest off-season acquisition for the Kansas City Chiefs has gone down to injury before ever seeing a single play during the regular season. Matt Cassel left tonight’s game after being sacked on the third play from scrimmaged. Cassel appeared to be favoring his right leg. No report has been released from the Chiefs.

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Sellers Not Feeling Very Patriotic

By SR Staff | August 29th, 2009

Bet he threw down that football, too

Bet he threw down that football, too

The Washington Redskins have a tradition of carrying an American Flag out of the tunnel during introductions. The last man out runs to the center of the field with the flag. Last night, that player was Mike Sellers. Sellers ran out to the center of the field then threw the flag to the ground. Today, he released a formal apology and claims he was caught up in the moment.

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