Sad to hear of the passing of country music legend George Jones. About the only song that gets to me more than “He Stopped Loving Her Today” is “Drive” by Alan Jackson. “Drive” has nothing to do with John Elway, Browns fans, but it is a great tune to play before teaching your teenager how to negotiate a desolate country road for the first time.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Browns linebacker Quentin Groves is making quite a first impression. Groves, who signed a two-year, $2.8 million free-agent deal last month, was caught up in a prostitution sting last week in the tiny Cleveland suburb of Orange. Groves’ first relevant statistic is a solicting charge. He issued the obligatory apology saying he was sorry (for getting caught). And just like Mark McGwire, he wants to move forward.