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Keyshawn Johnson says Rex was 'intimidated' by Ravens defense
On most autumn Mondays last season I did a post featuring highlights from the NFL pregame shows as provided by the networks' hard-working public relations people.
I didn't get around to it in Weeks 1-3 and probably won't in Week 5, but I have nothing else planned this a.m. after watching the Ryder Cup and waiting for the Mets' ax to fall, so here goes:
NBC's Rodney Harrison on LaDainian Tomlinson: “I know San Diego is kicking themselves in the butt saying, ‘Why did we get rid of this guy?’”
CBS' Dan Marino on Tomlinson: "Yeah, the Jets got a great deal. He’s a future Hall of Famer. I think they need to keep him fresh. Give him 12-to-15 touches a game. He’ll last all year and be a great addition."
ESPN's Keyshawn Johnson: “Against the Baltimore Ravens, Rex Ryan was intimidated by the defense that he used to coach."
NFL Network's Michael Irvin: “[Donovan McNabb] is the greatest Philadelphia Eagle to ever take the football field. Period."