แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ Back when Brandon Marshall was with the Denver Broncos, he suffered a major arm injury in the 2008 offseason. First, he said he slipped on a McDonald’s wrapper and put his arm through a television. Eyes rolled all around. Later that story became that he put his arm through the TV wrestling with a family member. The whole ordeal was ridiculous and the stories were impossible to believe.
A few years later, there’s a bit of deja vu with another NFL receiver.
รับพนันบอล Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Mike Williams was stabbed in the leg at his home last weekend, apparently by his brother. And now here’s the Brandon Marshall McDonald’s wrapper twist … it was just an accident during a wresting match. Again … an accidental stabbing during a wrestling match. That’s the story Williams is giving the cops. Fox Sports 1′s Mike Garafolo reported that story:
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ New York Jets media spent months, from the time Tim Tebow was acquired by trade in April 2012 to the time Mark Sanchez edged him out for the starting job that August, dissecting the team’s quarterback situation ad nauseum.
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub That story became a beat of its own. There were daily updates, annoyed quotations from Rex Ryan and clichés galore from the two combatants about how they were competing but also friends.
It seems like a lot of wasted energy now.
Sanchez was released on Friday night. Coincidentally, the Jets’ third quarterback that same year, Greg McElroy, announced he was retiring from playing the game at age 25. Tebow now has been out of the league for seven months.
Tebow remains in the news, both with his new ESPN gig and with ripples that he still might have an eye on playing again — somewhere, for someone. McElroy might have a bright future in coaching. But Sanchez almost certainly will be gainfully employed at some point.