"New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was questioned by police investigating a possible homicide in this town 40 miles south of Boston."
Apparently there's some pretty big sewage problems at the Black Hole. If you read closely, it also mentions that their plumbing is also not working and has backed up.
"I don’t think anyone on this team cares about catching 100 balls. It’s about getting to that championship and having a ring on our finger."- Eric Decker, Denver Broncos minicamp, 2013.06.11
Earlier, I read the Broncos are trying to make the in stadium experience better to compete against fans staying home and watching TV/Red Zone. Doubt this will help? Now when bad weather threatens, why would I want to try to individually carry in adequate weather protection options without a backpack? Now I'll stay home and be safe, warm, and dry - with lots of beer/food nearby and no 20 minute rest room line.
While a lot of people on Twitter and in the comments are claiming to have predicted McGahee's release, the simple truth of the matter is that only 1 out of 5 readers saw this coming. This poll was published in our story on McGahee Wednesday, a day before his release.
Willis McGahee to me on being released by the #Broncos: "I knew it was going to happen. It is what it is. They are going younger."— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) June 13, 2013
He admitted he was on the bubble days ago, but he also said he intended to start. I think we all knew this was possible, but I think we all are surprised for the most part. Even McGahee, despite what he says.
McGahee to me on if the remaining RB's on Denver's roster can get the job done: "I hope they can. I don't (cont) http://t.co/5BvWCf8TeI— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) June 13, 2013
Josina Anderson asked Willis McGahee whether the remaining Broncos running backs could get the job done, "I hope they can. I don't have anything against the people behind me. Now they have the opportunity. I wish them nothing but the best of luck. They're all good kids."