ESPN’s Trent Dilfer: Even though the dots are clearly connected – Dilfer shares an agent with Colt McCoy, works with him, and pumps him up in the media – the Super Bowl winning QB and ESPN analyst has denied a conflict of interest. You know what might be a fun exercise? Finding the name of sports agents that represent select media members … and then seeing if said agents also represent athletes. For instance … would Todd McShay or Mel Kiper bash an athlete who their agent also represented? Does the agent for Jay Glazer or Adam Schefter also represent athletes? [PFT]
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Just trying to help the team.
“It does boggle the mind how somebody can be so thin skinned.”
Brett Tenaglia of New Fairfield (Conn.) rebounded a missed Bunnell free-throw with one second remaining and let loose a desperate Hail (…)
Colts fans will be pleased.
Normally reliable goalkeeper. Oof.