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Mike Vanderjagt's foot (and mouth) give the Colts the kick they need.
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Jeremy Shockey's comments have less to do with Parcells and more to do with how much he hates the Cowboys.
New York has a new Broadway Joe, but the ubertight end isn't the only one living as hard as he plays.
New York has a new Broadway Joe -- okay, Jeremy -- but the ubertight end isn't the only one living as hard as he plays. Go deep down the middle with us as we cruise the glam -- and not so glam -- world of today's jocks.
N.Y. has a new Broadway Joe -- OK, Jeremy -- but the ubertight end isn't the only one living as hard as he plays.