When we go to bed tonight we’ll be down to one football game this season. (I’m not counting the Pro Bowl or Senior Bowl.) It’s sad when football goes away, but stories detailing the airport exploits of Browns receiver Davone Bess will keep us amused until minicamp. Something tells me Bess won’t be back in Cleveland next season.
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Knucklehead of the Week
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Don’t drive 100 mph when there are drugs in your vehicle! The latest pro athlete to ignore this stellar advice is Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie Akeem Spence, who played his college ball (and apparently didn’t learn much) at Illinois. An Alabama state trooper caught up with Spence last week in the town of Flomaton. The defensive tackle was clocked going in excess of 100 in a 65. A drug dog found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in his car. Spence faces minor charges.