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2007: Brady Quinn goes into lockdown.

2006: Reggie becomes New Orleans' favorite Bush.

2005: Funny nicknames and falling QBs.

2004: The Great Manning controversy.

2003: The Bengals remain on the clock.
2002: David Carr's biomechanics are questioned.
2001: Ryan Leaf makes Michael Vick a Falcon.
2000: Janikowski, baby.
1999: The Saints give it all for Ricky. Even funnier in retrospect, eh?

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Dressing Down

The NBA is instituting a dress code.

Initial Thought: Is it Constitutional to force millionaires not to dress like crack addicts?

The NBA players are up in diamond-and-platinum-encrusted-arms about it, calling the new rule racist. Pacers guard Stephen Jackson responded by wearing every single one of his long, diamond-encrusted chains in protest.

Not just one. Every one that he owned. That's right, an NBA athlete thinks a suitable way to protest against racism is to dress like Mr. T on purpose.

Alleged Nuggets center Marcus Camby said he didn't see players doing it unless the NBA offered to buy their clothes for them. Camby makes more than 7 million dollars this year after taxes and weed. Make your own jokes here, folks.



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