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Sleeping Through Uni Watch 101: The Browns’ Orange Shoes

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Parole Board Member Wears Chiefs Tie to O.J. Hearing

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Bizarre scene at yesterday’s Nevada Parole Board hearing for O.J. Simpson, as one of the commissioners was wearing a Kansas City Chiefs necktie. Here’s a closer look:

The commissioner in question is named Adam Endel. According to this article, he . . . → Read More: Parole Board Member Wears Chiefs Tie to O.J. Hearing

More Info Emerges on 2017 NFL Collars

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Great news yesterday out of New Orleans, where the Saints posted a bunch of photos showing their rookies wearing jerseys with Nike’s new tailoring template, thereby indicating that they are finally kissing the toilet seat collar good-bye. And not a moment too soon. (At the risk of raining . . . → Read More: More Info Emerges on 2017 NFL Collars

You Can Take the Team Out of the City...

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Reader D.P. McIntire sent in this photo of a Raiders bumper sticker yesterday. Sure, it’s a funny riff on the whole “Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim” thing, but underneath the humor is the larger and more intriguing issue of how sometimes you can take the team . . . → Read More: You Can Take the Team Out of the City…