Monday, June 25, 2007

Bears Make the Right Decision

Dice-K's greatest hits, Wimbledon and other rantings from the world of sports
By Greg Wiley
The Phanatic Magazine

It's good to see a professional sports team take a stand against a player who has consistent off-field troubles despite his on-field talent. That's what the Chicago Bears did on Monday by releasing defensive lineman Tank Johnson.

Johnson's off-field problems are well known. Last December, he was arrested on misdemeanor weapons charges after police raided his home and found enough weapons to arm a small army. The result was six counts of misdemeanor possession of a firearm without a firearm owner's ID card. He served 120 days in jail and was later suspended eight games by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for violating the new personal conduct policy.

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Anonymous said...

I've picked up over-the-air HD broadcasts on the CW57 of the Phillies, but it is only when they are at Citizens Bank Park. All the away broadcasts are in standard definition.

Anonymous said...

yeah, CW57 definitely broadcasts the Phils home games in HD. If its on the road they don't because most likely those feeds are from the home team.