Monday, April 30, 2012
Award snubs fuel for Flyers' Cup run
looks like he's on his way to a barn-raising...St. Louis borrowed the Cincinnati Bengals blueprint for team-building at the NFL draft, where the Rams spent the 39th and 65th overall picks on a couple of guys as likely to open the season on probation as they are on the active roster. Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson have a lot in common - they're both projected as starters at cornerback, and they've both been tasered for resisting arrest. Jenkins has a particularly colorful background including multiple marijuana arrests and fathering four children by three different women, which if nothing else qualifies him to be an Afghan village elder if the football thing doesn't work out.