Time for some predictions. We’ll start with this: Ryan Seacrest, who hosts TV shows that sports fans don’t watch, will never step foot on an NFL field again. And if he tries to duplicate Thursday’s awkward segment in Denver, he will be blind-sided by a linebacker who will become the most popular player in the history of the league.
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Knucklehead of the Week
John Boyett made a rookie mistake last week while partying in downtown Indianapolis. The Colts’ reserve safety was asked to leave Tiki Bob’s after being denied entry at 2:45 a.m. Monday. Boyett voiced his displeasure to a bouncer and police got involved. He ran, yelling, “You can’t arrest me, I’m a Colts player.” A day after the incident, during which he threatened to break a cop’s jaw, the Colts released Boyett, who can kiss his $405,000 salary goodbye.