Happy Sunday! It is that time once again for another edition of the Sunday Morning Blitz. Believe it or not, things have quieted down since the NFL Draft last weekend.
One of the more interesting stories to pop up Saturday was that of former wide receiver Terrell Owens. NFL.com reported Owens is now bowling (semi) professionally. (Video at top, as well as at NFL.com link)
Over at Reddit, Brian Billick, the former Baltimore Ravens Head Coach and current FOX NFL Sunday analyst, did an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Friday. He answered a lot of questions. And yes, that includes questions on Kyle Boller, Elvis Grbac and Trent Dilfer.
Speaking of Baltimore, the Ravens hired former Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnulo to be a defensive assistant on the staff.
The Dallas Morning News has a story about a former Rugby cheerleader attending the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders tryouts. The cheerleader was one of hundreds trying out for the team.
Staying in Texas, former Philadelphia Eagles defensive player William Thomas was elected to the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame. Thomas playhed for Palo Duro High School in Amarillo.
In Denver, Von Miller has been doing stuff this offseason. The Broncos linebacker purchased chickens for his acreage near Dallas, according to USA Today’s Lindsay H. Jones. Chickens are quite interesting. I don’t know if he has any hens. If he does, you can’t beat those farm fresh eggs.
It was a busy Saturday for Washington’s Chris Cooley and Pierre Garcon. Both were in Winchester, Va. for the Wells Fargo Sports Breakfast Saturday, according to the North Virginia Daily.
Our feature story comes courtesy of the Miami Herald and is about Dolphins first round draft pick Dion Jordan. The story is about the challenges Jordan has faced over time. It is definitely a good read.
Another feature we have comes from Myrtle Beach Online. It’s about former Clemson player Jonathan Willard, who will be at rookie camp for the Tennessee Titans.
Finally, for our shopping item of the day. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, which is a popular drinking holiday, you can purchase these NFL shot glasses online.