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Just to review: Sex has no place on Monday Night Football. And speaking of Levitra, if the NFL's fake outrage lasts longer than four hours, consult your spin doctor.
Elsewhere, Cincinnati WR Chad Johnson asked spectators to bring a $1 donation to cover the fine he'll receive for his touchdown celebration in the loss to Pittsburgh. Remember, it's a write-off for Bengals fans. Like Akili Smith, David Klingler, "Big Daddy" Dan Wilkinson, Ki-Jana Carter. ...
The Jets edged the Browns 10-7. Before the game, Cleveland cut disgruntled running back James Jackson and replaced him on the roster with Adimchinobe Echemandu. Doesn't the league have a 53-letter limit?
CBS cancels baseball drama Clubhouse after fewer than two months
Dean Cain isn't worried. Scott Boras got him a five-year guaranteed deal.
Wow. Mike Lamb lasted longer in New York.
In case you never seen the show, it -- wait, who am I kidding? Nobody saw this show, and they had the batboy cork the ratings.
In real baseball, George Steinbrenner met with Pedro Martinez in Tampa. The Yankees owner played it smart with Pedro. He kept his offer to under 100 pitches.
Auburn continues to mess things up
The Tigers moved to 11-0 with a 21-13 win over rival Alabama. Do you think ESPN will try to pipe highlights of the game into Bob Stoops' headset?
Harvard finished 10-0, the only undefeated team in Division I-AA. And it has 35 returning geeks for next season.
Pacers rendered punchless by suspensions
Indiana had only six players available for Saturday's game with the Magic. The Pacers wanted to add another two-guard, but nobody could find Jimmy Chitwood.
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