Morning Cup Of Joe

June 10th, 2019

Welcome to your Morning Cup of Joe, an eye-opener to help Joe’s readers ease into their busy workday with a few football links, wacky news and a pleasant distraction.

Distraction of the Day

Gale Sayers has “severe dementia.” Can’t dress himself, can’t write his own name, weighs 130 pounds. [The Athletic]

A thrifty NFL fullback with simple needs: “About the only things I spend money on are Busch Light, chew and hunting gear.” [BSPN]

Phil Simms believes there will be an 18-game NFL schedule because it will mean much more cash for the players. And the NFLPA is peeved at Simms for speaking his mind. [PFT]

Johnny Football and the XFL. Love Johnny! [Houston Chronicle]

Could Daniel Jones start Week 1? [CBS Sports]

The Jets may hire Todd McShay of BSPN. [TheBigLead]

Mississippi kangaroo that hopped away has been recovered. [AP]

Fewer and fewer Americans are moving, claims one study. Yet Sun Belt states are booming and folks are fleeing high-tax states in droves. See how one can twist stats to prove any point? [Next Gov]

Rural radio stations vanishing. [The Guardian]

California inmate linked to some 60 deaths. [AP]

2 Responses to “Morning Cup Of Joe”

  1. HowToSpellRhonde Says:

    The point is taxes have little to do with the article you published. So what’s your point, Joe?

  2. Totally Exonerated Says:

    That fullback went to Nebraska. I knew he was a midwestern gent. The Busch light gave it away. Running out of Busch light in the bars during bowl game weeks is a common problem for midwestern teams.