1. No Weapon
Ray Lewis has a new book and ESPN is Car-Washing their own employee. If you watch Ray Lewis, you’re surprised he wrote a book, clearly it was dictated more than written, with some fancy editor doing the spit-shine into the wee hours to make it presentable/readable. It is still surprising how he has a job and has avoided any criticism in the deaths of two men, when people are being fired at ESPN– This Is Sportscenter.
Never forget that “No Weapon”-Ray has as many Superbowl rings as murder indictments. He was there, he knows what happened and maybe he never actually killed anyone, but maybe he was just the mob boss in the crime – still guilty. Hearing how he explains it all in his book, makes it more a “crime of passion” with no real explanation of what happened – he was just straight pimpin yo.
2. Are We There Yet?
The 20-year saga of the NFL’s absence from the nation’s second-largest market, Los Angeles, appears poised to come to an end.
The lack of a team in L.A. has not been for lack of effort or attention. I remember my first NFL owners’ meetings, when I joined the Packers in 1999; a key agenda item of the meetings was—you guessed it—Los Angeles. At that time, the brief momentum for L.A. fizzled as an expansion team was placed in Houston, with the $700 million expansion fee paid by Texans owner Robert McNair.
Since the Rams and Raiders left L.A. in 1995……
Source: The Race for L.A. Heats Up