If only the editors of the Star-Tribune had a way to hold this guy accountable by shining a light on his behavior when they first learned of it.
I like your new glasses, Kyle.
Left this down below but because Kinja is dumb I'm putting it here so hopefully readers can see it:
I can't speak for how the Bears run things, but I can say the Jets don't allow the starting quarterback to be interviewed away from the podium post-game. After a game, every reporter is scrambling to get what he or she can in the locker room in the meantime. It's chaotic, especially after a loss, when players are…
Stick to sports.
Not a dunk.
Because he's retired and didn't really want to talk to me about anything.
There's a helluva lot in that story I didn't "clip."
He didn't move.
Jackson: 23-8, 2.73 ERA, 15 complete games, 260 IP
Just noticed this, but check out the way either Haley or his wife signed for a piece of certified mail, per the Exhibit D of the complaint:
We're both correct, actually (see the last bulleted item at the bottom): http://www.nflevolution.com/healthandsafet…
The Pelini tape was two years old, so there was a lot of interest in understanding the source's motive for leaking it now; in fact, it was the first question I got from every reporter in Nebraska who contacted me (with the second typically being a question about who the source was). Because of that, I felt—and still…
I actually did two follow-up posts off the Pelini tipster's correspondence.
If I wanted to rip the NFHS, I'd rip the NFHS. This is a highlight-reel play that's against the rules. It called for a little levity. We do that around here from time to time.
Where did I say the rule was a bad one? I wrote that a spectacular run was against the rules, then explained why.