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Warren Sapp: Still not a good person (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Warren Sapp hasn't seen a lot of really positive stuff about himself in the news over the last 18 months or so. And today is not the day that's going to change. Proving yet again that he was a far better player than he is human being, Sapp apparently doesn't want to be honored by the Baltimore Ravens' Timmy Jernigan. Let us explain. On Thursday, Jernigan, the third-year Ravens defensive tackle unveiled a new number at the team's OTA session: 99. When reporters asked him about the switch, Jernigan said it was an homage to Sapp. " I always grew up watching Warren Sapp . I looked up to him. I definitely wanted to model my game after him. It’s definitely a number that I wanted coming out of college, but [former Raven] Chris [Canty] had it, so I had to respect the situation until I was able to get it," he explained. Jernigan, a Florida native, said he loved the way Sapp, a fellow Floridian who starred at Miami and with the Buccaneers, played: "Nasty, ferocious, he came every play. You definitely knew he was there and when he made a play." Kind of nice, right? The Ravens thought so too. Sapp...did not. Yahoo! Fri, May 27
 
Brandon Browner back with Seahawks but in a different role (Yahoo Sports) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
''His attitude is terrific about it,'' coach Pete Carroll said. The position switch is more in line with what Browner played during his one season in New England, where he won a Super Bowl title by helping ruin Seattle's chances at back-to-back championships. Browner was an integral part of the decisive play during which Russell Wilson was intercepted by Malcolm Butler in the end zone. Yahoo! Thu, May 26
 
Brandon Browner back with Seahawks but in a different role (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
''His attitude is terrific about it,'' coach Pete Carroll said. The position switch is more in line with what Browner played during his one season in New England, where he won a Super Bowl title by helping ruin Seattle's chances at back-to-back championships. Browner was an integral part of the decisive play during which Russell Wilson was intercepted by Malcolm Butler in the end zone. Yahoo! Thu, May 26
 
A year after discontent, Adrian Peterson happy in Minnesota (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
It was a year ago and the circus was swirling around Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings. Vikings coach Mike Zimmer and GM Rick Spielman felt compelled to fly to Houston to visit Peterson and try to get everyone back on the same page. Peterson attended the organized team activities this week, going through all the workouts and pledging to be one of the leaders who helps the Vikings recover from a gut-wrenching playoff defeat to Seattle last January. Yahoo! Wed, May 25
 
Patriots back Tom Brady in 'Deflategate' court appeal (Reuters) Courtesy of
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New England Patriots on Wednesday urged a U.S. appeals court to reconsider its decision to reinstate Tom Brady's "Deflategate" four-game suspension, saying its star quarterback faced "unprecedented, unjustified and unsupported penalties." The Patriots, in court papers, backed an appeal by Brady and National Football league players union of last month's ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York, saying it would be "severely adversely affected" by the loss of its marquee player. "The Patriots have a keen interest in making sure that Mr. Brady is not unjustly punished through a fundamentally unfair process," the team's lawyers wrote. The Patriots also said they "strongly believe that nobody tampered with the footballs" used in the team's 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in January 2015's AFC championship game, the alleged scheme that led to the NFL's suspension of Brady. Yahoo! Wed, May 25
 
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