Sports Bash Saturday REWIND (Feb. 15): Richie Incognito, Jonathan Martin, Michael Sam, Twitter Bros, Cole Hamels, A.J. Burnett
Here's what you missed on the Sports Bash Saturday with Matt Hammond on Feb. 15:
-- Twitter bros think Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin story is about America going soft.
-- If we didn't already know, Michael Sam story taught us: in 2014, tolerance is the new norm.
-- Don't buy what Phillies are selling with Cole Hamels biceps tendinitis.
-- A.J. Burnett's one-year, $16M deal from Phillies is no risk, all reward.
-- Proposed college football rule changes are anti-offense -- and anti-progress.
-- Straight guys have no problem making women feel uncomfortable at the workplace.
The Roundup 12:45 p.m.
-- Johnny Manziel says Texans passing on him would be a mistake.
-- LeBron James snubs NBA Dunk Contest... again.
-- Derek Jeter announces post-2014 retirement before 2014.
-- NBA All-Star Weekend is upon us -- will you be watching?
-- Richie Incognito just made lives of Michael Sam, gay NFL players much easier.
-- Twitter bros still think Jonathan Martin's to blame for his bullying. He's not.
Scrapple 1:15 p.m.
-- Joe Banner ousted as Browns CEO.
-- Phillies hire both Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs for TV broadcast team.
-- Jeff Carter nets hat trick for Team Canada in Olympics.
-- Protesters still threatening Mike Vick appearances.
-- Former Phillies manager Jim Fregosi dies at 71.
-- Eagles can handle Sam, Martin, anything -- and that's the best thing you can say about an NFL team.
-- Eagles should target players like Sam and Martin, who have flaws -- and edge.
-- Celebrating 20th Anniversary of John Cheney... threatening to kill John Calipari.