This is some pretty amazing poo. Dude was on the crapper when the tug capsized and he lived in an air pocket for 3 days. Divers recovering bodies thought he was just another one when he grabbed the divers hand.
What happens when he's ready to return for training camp? Given his current contract and the fact he will begin his 7th season and only be 29, he still has several years of (potential) productivity depending on his recovery...
9/9/2011: Signed a six-year, $28.7 million contract. The deal contains $12.4 million guaranteed, including a $5 million signing bonus. Godfrey is eligible for an annual $100,000 workout bonus in years two through six. Another $600,000 is available through incentives based on Pro Bowl selections.
2013: $1.6 million
2014-2015: $5 million
2016: $5.3 million
2017: Free Agent
I won't pretend to know how to figure the cap hit, but what is the opinion of the huddle- will he be here next year?
"Remember when the dysfunctional Buccaneers were an 0-8 dumpster fire fueled by MRSA and ineptitude? Greg Schiano and his Men have somehow won three straight, with some legitimate play from both sides of the ball—especially rookie quarterback/intrepid middle schooler Mike Glennon. Which leaves us with the same question Team Schiano has left for us all year, if inflected slightly differently: Are these assholes for real?"
While my intention was to provide multiple sources, it seems that Fox News and several other well known conservative media outlets are simply opting to not publish the story.
Republican U.S. Rep. Trey Radel voted to force food stamp recipients to be drug-tested a month before he was arrested for cocaine possession.The Florida congressman supported GOP legislation to allow states to require food stamp users to urinate in a cup to prove they’re not taking illegal drugs. Radel is scheduled to be arraigned in court today, after his arrest on Oct. 29. He has apologized for his illegal drug use.
“We have a moral obligation to equip the states with the tools they need to discourage the use of illegal drugs,” said Rep. Richard Hudson of North Carolina, who sponsored the amendment.