Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Your Daily Fix 1.31.07 [J. Mark English]

  • Frustrated by inaction in the steroid investigation, Congress may look to intervene.
  • Todd Helton happy to remain a member of the Colorado Rockies.
  • Carson Palmer, like the rest of us, is tired of all the arrests on the Bengals.
  • Norv Turner still remains the front runner for the Cowboys head coaching vacancy. How does that guy keep getting job offers? Has anyone taken a close look at his coaching resume?
  • LaDainian Tomlinson, and Drew Brees were honored as the NFL's players of the year. Saints' coach Sean Payton, honored as NFL coach of the year.
  • In the spirit of EdMcGon's piece, Phil Taylor writes that we should not discount the impact of African American coaches.
  • Randy Hill believes that both Manning and Grossman will be under pressure come Sunday.
  • A high school wrestler from Nebraska may be responsible for a herpes out break in Minnesota.
  • Barbaro's still in the news - the issue now is where will his final resting place be...could the next headline be who will be eulogizing the horse at a state funeral?
  • Grant Wahl on the effect of the NBA's minimum age and more.
  • NBA denies Kobe Bryant's one game suspension hearing.
  • Montreal Canadians owner looks to take over soccer team from Liverpool, worth an estimated $882 million.
  • Major League Baseball will honor Jackie Robinson this year, 60 years after he broke into the big leagues as the first African American player.

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