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Adam Jones will not be suspended by the Cowboys for violating any code of conduct, and will play in the Cowboys game on Sunday.  According to the ‘Boys, he was “horsing around” with his bodyguard, and there was no real altercation.  Maybe the league will step in and suspend him.  Either way, he’s a ticking time bomb and will relapse again by next year.   The Sporting Blog

The SEC is so pressure-filled that Auburn fired its Offensive Coordinator after an anemic offense didn’t score in the 2nd half in the loss at Vandy.  I think Coach Tommy Tuberville is finding a scapegoat, but the SEC definitely pays for keeps.  I think the next fire in the SEC will be Steve Spurrier’s in the offseason. ESPN

A Tommy Lasorda Biopic is in the works to be produced by Miramax.  Did anyone see “Righteous Kill” Pacino and DeNiro’s first movie since “Heat?”  I didn’t think so. I’m much more intrigued by James Gandalfini playing Sonny Vacario in an HBO film based on Sonny’s life.  Sports by Brooks


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Jay Cutler is Due For A Big Year

We recommend drafting Jay Cutler in your Fantasy Football Leagues. Last year the guy threw for 20 TDs, 14 Interceptions with an 88.1 QB Rating. And that was he had lost 30 lbs, lacked extra heat on his throws, and dealt with intense hunger and fatigue.

After going through a series of tests in the off-season, he was dianogsed with Type 1 diabetes, a disease that affects 1 million Americans. Now he’s shooting himself up with insulin and can control his blood sugar levels with more regularity.

He was on the Dan Patrick radio show last week and spoke with candor and maturity about his treatable condition.  Jay on the Dan Patrick show (fastforward to the 2/3 mark)

This is Jay’s final throw as a Commodore in 2005. Earl Bennett, who was a 3rd round pick by the Bears in the ’08 draft caught his TD and the ‘Dores sent the entire town of Knoxville home crying after that game. Vandy won 28-24 and it was the team’s first victory at UT’s stadium since 1982.


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