JMRA Week In Review

The JMRA Week In Review: Welcome To Canton

Photo courtesy of Associated Press

Tonight should be the start of the NFL preseason. Instead, we’ll just have to settle for last evening’s Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremonies as the lone big NFL event from this weekend.

The 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame class was inducted in Canton last night. As expected, Deion Sanders put on a show. Meanwhile, Shannon Sharpe and Ed Sabol provided two of the evening’s top moments.

Albert Haynesworth is not practicing.

Rex Ryan wishes nothing but the worst for New England Patriot and former Jet Shaun Ellis.

Kevin Durant “catching fire in Harlem” at Rucker Park is one of my favorite news stories of the year.

Cortland Finnegan returned to camp after leaving because of a personal matter not because he wanted a new contract…so he says.

Check out John Madden’s home in New York that is up for sale.

The Phillies and Giants got into a “fight” on Friday night. That is of course you assume fighting involves a bunch of millionaires pushing each other.

Here is a look at ESPN’s total quarterback rating…I understand it but became frustrated after seeing the phrase “win probability”.

Before everyone buys those Eagles Super Bowl tickets, first-year defensive coordinator Juan Castillo will be calling his game ever on Thursday when the Ravens visit the Birds.

Interesting take on the Randy Moss retirement. Also, good details in here on why/how the Brady-Moss dynamic collapsed so quickly last season.

What happens when Michelle Beadle, Aaron Rodgers, and Clay Matthews end up in a story together?

Someone thinks that Shark Week sucks.

In case you were confused, Peyton Manning is rich.

New 49ers kicker David Akers bought a billboard in Philly to thank the fans.

Alcohol ruins sleep.

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