The Browns quarterback gave as good as he got while stiff-arming his way past the FS1 host's criticisms.
The former NFL tight end had recently been arrested on a burglary charge, stemming from an incident in a San Diego-area mobile home park.
Oregon State's Luke Heimlich has claimed innocence, and is no longer a registered sex offender, but he may have few professional options when his decorated college career ends this month.
He's probably not the next Bo Jackson.
The school is calling it a “clerical error,” and claimed in a statement that a Palm Beach Post story was intentionally run "based on knowingly inaccurate data.”
The temporary revision could become permanent, which would open the possibility of holding championship events in Las Vegas.
The Alabama coach said “there’s probably a significant number of people who don’t respect people who make self-proclaimed sort of accolades for themselves.”
Skechers claims that it has been unable to “effectively compete for players’ footwear choices while they are amateurs” because of the illicit payments Adidas's allegedly steered to recruits.
"To be honest with you,” Kylie Carter says, “it's nauseating.” Her son, Wendell, is expected to be an NBA lottery pick next month.
The parents were charged with first-degree scheme to defraud and endangering the welfare of a child.