Kenny Britt is being sued by Harold Pointer, the victim from the bar fight that occurred in the middle of last season. Moore is alleging that Britt and a cohort punched him in the face several times While Britt never faced any criminal charges, but the burden of proof is much lower in a civil case so Kenny's wallet could get dinged.
Pacman says he didn't do anything wrong when he was arrested by Cincinnati police on Sunday morning. Pac is asking us to believe he's smart enough not resist arrest while wearing a neck brace due to a recent surgery, but does anyone really buy that? I mean resisting arrest isn't exactly assaulting a police officer. It doesn't take much to get that charge.
KC is out, but don't let that make you think VY is back in all of the sudden.
Steve Wyche pegs Chris Johnson as the current running back most likely to revolutionize the way people look at the running back position. CJ's speed and durability is solidifying the popularity of guys who used to get pigeonholed into the 'scat-back' role.
Don Banks says the lockout negotiations are on the 5 yard line. Unfortunately, I'm guess there's a pile of money to high to jump and to wide to go around that'll ensure this keeps on dragging for a few more months.
Houston Texans GM Rick Smith takes over the MMQB column this week. As one would expect, there's a few flashes of solid performances couched in a overwhelming air of 'meh'.
FO unveiled a new stat tracking 3-and-outs, and shockingly no team had a bigger divide between 3-and-outs and final DVOA rankings.
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