Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Rodney Harrison calls T.O. a clown, so T.O. tweets; so does Clowney
WatchDog readers have seen most of what is in my Tuesday newspaper column, such as my quaint but curious crusade against champagne celebrations in baseball and my breakdown of Sunday's sports TV ratings.
(UPDATE: The Angels honored the late Nick Adenhart, who was killed by a drunk driver, by pouring alcoholic beverages all over his uniform during their celebration Monday night.)
There are a couple of other items tucked away in there, including my review of my first train trip to a game at the Meadowlands. (Highly recommend it for an afternoon football game; can't say for sure what it will be like for the Springsteen concerts this week.)
Also, I round up Rodney Harrison's series of inflammatory opinions on NBC Sunday night, including a shot at Terrell Owens, calling him a "clown."
T.O. fired back on Twitter.
Speaking of Twitter and clowney comments . . . an ill-advised tweet cost the Jets' David Clowney a chance to play against the Titans Sunday.
See how I tied everything together there, kind of like what Larry David does on "Curb Your Enthusiasm?"
A shoutout to The Washington Post for its front page headline Monday: "Washington Bails Out Detroit"