Superstar wide receiver Calvin Johnson knows how to how a little fun at the expense of a opposing rookie player who may have said a little bit too much.
As far as whether Sitton’s comments spurned that choice, Mosley said, “Nah, not at all.” Then he winked.
Though Stafford’s short replies made it sound like he got his toes stepped on by Bush calling for a meeting, other players brushed it off as no big deal and not a serious difference of opinion.
Many big, strong, manly football players do yoga, including superstar wide receiver Calvin Johnson, and almost all of them – yes, Burleson included – initially resisted taking up the practice.
“We don’t ask much. Food, maybe, on Saturdays before the road games, cold water before meetings start, but we love those guys and we do keep them close to us because their growth is important to the success of this team,” Raiola said.
“The Super Bowl’s female audience has more than doubled from only five years ago, and the last three Super Bowl broadcasts have set records for being the most-watched shows by female viewers.”
Everyone expected Stafford to spike the ball.
Just hours ago, Detroit Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh denied even knowing what hit reporters were referencing when asked about the NFL’s review of his hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.
The Detroit Lions might again head into Sunday without wide receiver Calvin Johnson, and after struggling without Johnson last week at Green Bay, the Lions face what Reggie Bush says is an even better defense.
“I have a lot of respect for … you know … I have family members that are … (homosexual), you know, gay, so, you know, I have a lot of respect for them,” he said.