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About Papageorgio268

  • Birthday 08/04/1991

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  1. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20021493-504083.html
  2. Source: Vikes have deal for Randy Moss Randy Moss' improbable return to Minnesota is about to become reality. The Vikings and the Patriots have agreed to a blockbuster trade that will send the Pro Bowl wide receiver back to Minnesota for the Vikings' 2011 third-round pick on Wednesday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Patriots are only getting a third-round pick in return for Randy Moss, a year after they got a first-round pick for Richard Seymour. ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss wonders if there's more to the story of Moss' trade. Blog The Vikings have already bent over backwards to bring back QB Brett Favre for one more season, ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert writes, so why not take every step to surround him with a comparable set of skill players? Blog When the trade is completed, the Patriots will have two picks in each of the first four rounds of the 2011 draft -- their own picks and a first-round pick from Oakland, a second-round pick from Carolina, the third-round pick from Minnesota and a fourth-rounder from Denver. A source close to Moss told ESPN NFL senior analyst Chris Mortensen that Patriots coach Bill Belichick informed Moss of the trade on Wednesday morning by telephone. The source said the conversation was cordial, with both men expressing appreciation for the time they spent together. Moss will report to the Vikings on Wednesday and is said to be "excited" about returning to his original team with Brett Favre at quarterback, the source said. No contract extension talks have been conducted, but it is expected the two sides will have a discussion later in the day, the source said. FoxSports.com earlier reported the trade talks. The seven-time Pro Bowl receiver is in the final year of his four-year contract with New England and has voiced his displeasure with being in limbo. "When you have done so much and put so much work in, it kind of feels like I am not wanted," Moss said before the season began on Sept. 6. "I am taking that in stride and playing my final year out and whatever the future holds is what it holds, but it is kind of a bad feeling -- feeling not wanted. It is not like my production has gone down." A few days later he apologized for the timing of his comments and said he loves playing in New England. But the Boston Herald, citing an unnamed source, reported on Tuesday that Moss wanted out of New England after a Week 1 win on Sept. 12, telling his agent to ask the Patriots to trade him. Although the Patriots crushed the Dolphins on Monday night, Moss did not have a catch -- the first time that's happened for him in a New England uniform. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been an unabashed fan of Moss since the receiver arrived in New England prior to the 2007 season. The two hooked up for 23 of Brady's record 50 touchdown passes that season. Last season, Brady came to Moss' defense when a Panthers defensive back questioned Moss' effort. And after Moss said he didn't feel wanted by the Patriots a few weeks ago, Brady again came out strong in support of Moss. "Randy is important, was important, will be important, especially from my standpoint as a quarterback," Brady said during an interview on Boston sports radio station WEEI. "I love Randy and I'd love to play with him for a long time." Moss, 33, has only nine catches for 139 yards and three TDs through four games this season. That comes after hauling in 83 passes for 1,264 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. His career year came in his first with the Pats, when he caught 98 passes for 1,493 yards and 23 TDs, an NFL record. The Vikings have been looking for help at receiver for Favre, but they were unable to work out a deal for the Chargers' Vincent Jackson. Pro Bowl receiver Sidney Rice is sidelined for at least the first six weeks of the season because of a hip injury and Percy Harvin has struggled all season with migraine headaches. Without the deep threat that he had in Rice, Favre's production has dropped dramatically. The Vikings have lost two of their first three games and their receiving group lacks the prototypical big-play receiver who can outjump smaller cornerbacks for passes down the field. That's Moss in a nutshell. Moss immediately energized a lagging franchise when he was chosen in the first round in 1998. He averaged 19.0 yards per catch and hauled in 17 TDs as a rookie to help the team reach the NFC title game. His first season coincided with a string of sellouts at the drab Metrodome that remains going to this day. The move would no doubt delight Favre, who will turn 41 later this month. He openly campaigned for the Packers to acquire Moss toward the end of his time in Green Bay. But the Patriots ultimately ended up parting with just a fourth-round pick to pry Moss away from the Raiders, and Favre privately fumed at the swing and miss by the Green Bay front office. Favre was traded to the Jets a year later and signed a two-year deal with the Vikings last season.
  3. http://atdhe.net/ has two links up now, check closer to game time, you'll find more.
  4. Awesome band. They recently did a collaboration with a bunch of hip-hop artists (good ones, like RZA, Mos Def, Ol' Dirty Bastard... not today's crap) overseen by Damen Dash, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records. Check it out. ]
  5. Hedberg Quotes There are some of his best one-liners. For anyone who hasn't heard him, they don't really suffice though. Gotta listen to his stand-up; his delivery is perfect. RIP
  6. To quote Mitch Hedberg: "I think Bigfoot is blurry, that's the problem. It's not the photographer's fault. Bigfoot is blurry. And that's extra scary to me, because there's a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. Run. He's fuzzy. Get outta here. "
  7. Hard Knocks on Casttv.com This website has every show the day after it airs. And if it doesn't it normally links to a place where you can watch it. Another option would be to use torrents, but I'm not sure how many people would torrent Hard Knocks. There's always a chance though. Most stuff is put online so I assume this would be put up as well.
  8. Jared Allen is one of the funniest people in the NFL Jared Allen Charity Golf Event Marines screaming on the backswing? Slip 'n Slide punishments for failing to reach the green in regulation? Demanding push-ups at the 10th tee? A roasted pig at the turn? When Jared Allen(notes) of the Minnesota Vikings puts on a golf outing, you can bet that it wouldn't meet with Judge Smails' approval. But you can also assume that it will be a great deal of fun. Allen hosted the Night-Ops Charity Golf Tournament last Saturday at the Ancala Country Club in his offseason home of Scottsdale, Ariz., to benefit his new Homes for Wounded Warriors foundation, which provides new and modified homes for returning veterans with disabilities. Allen got the idea after a USO tour of Iraq and Kuwait in March of 2009. When he returned, a friend in the military told him that injured and disabled vets often have inadequate facilities to help them with their new challenges. It's a subject close to Allen's heart, as his grandfather, uncle and youngest brother have served or currently serve in the military. "Unfortunately, people get hurt in war," Allen said at the event. "When they come home, we're going to be there to fix their house or get them a new house. We want to make them feel comfortable and have one less thing to worry about." But with Allen in charge of this thing, no way it was going to be a solemn affair. Long known as one of the game's free spirits, Allen took his own unique view on life and applied it to what he hoped wouldn't be "another (lame) golf tournament." Things started out on the right note, when American Gladiator Hollywood Yates sang the National Anthem. Then, the participants had to endure harassment from Marines on every hole
  9. Just a heads up to everyone. I don't think there can be a draw in the world cup final.
  10. Damn, too bad you bought that sweet authentic Aaron Garcia Jacksonville Sharks jersey, you would have been able to see all your favorite practice squad players this summer at the preseason games.
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