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Did you see ESPN ran a poll where NBA players, speaking with anonymity, said they'd rather have Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant take the last shot in a game than LeBron James? I'm sure James isn't offended at being picked after a 50-year-old and a guy with one healthy foot.
After that ESPN poll, something tells me LeBron's next “decision” will be televised by Fox Sports 1.
Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis accidentally referred to Peyton Manning as “Tom Brady” after the Colts beat the Denver Broncos on Sunday night. It could have been worse. Davis could have called him Eli.
Davis played very well in the game. I guess it helps practicing every day against Robert Griffin III.
Jim Leyland announced Monday he is retiring as manager of the Detroit Tigers. Leyland plans to stay with the club in the front office. The Tigers have some general ideas about his role, but they haven't yet determined what he'll do between cigarettes.
The wife of Seattle Mariners outfielder Carlos Peguero has been accused of making $180,000 in unauthorized purchases on a debit card belonging to another person in the Mariners' organization. I can see where you might not notice an extra $125,000 on your card, but no one's getting away with $180,000.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss at least four weeks with a torn muscle in his groin. Doctors knew he was in pain when he changed his facial expression twice 12-hours.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick and San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te'o were named the top two most-disliked players in a poll released by Forbes,
Young people, take note: If you want to be liked, don't let your dog fight with his pretend girlfriend.