Lester Munson: ESPN’s legal expert seems to think the prosecution side was victorious in its case against Barry Bonds. Lawyers disagree. From Above the Law: “The jurors wanted to convict him of perjury but couldn’t do it because the prosecutors couldn’t meet their burden, but the defense went 0-for-4? WHAT THE F*** IS THIS MAN TALKING ABOUT? HOW ARE WE LIVING IN A WORLD WHERE THAT’S THE MAN TELLING LAYPEOPLE HOW TO FEEL ABOUT THIS TRIAL?” From Hanging Sliders: “Munson’s so called ‘legal analysis’ is so full of factual, legal and constitutional errors that it’s hard to believe any reputable news organization would publish it.” [Above the Law]
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No, Philip Rivers is not demanding a trade.
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FanRag adds another former CBS Sports staffer.
They’ve been letting it ride while Rodgers has run the table.
Even Anthony Lynn doesn’t think the team should move.
Carmelo Anthony and Phil Jackson continue to not get along.