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Colts want Campbell
Given the fact that Andrew Luck won’t be available to the Indianapolis Colts for several weeks after suffering a lacerated kidney, it’s no surprise that the franchise is looking for a new quarterback.
What may come as a surprise is that the man they’re reportedly targeting is Jason Campbell. We say target, more like lure, as Campbell is currently retired from the sport.
The QB last played for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2014 though it remains unclear whether or not he’ll join Matt Hasselbeck at the Colts.
Moving on, Oakland Raiders linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong is reportedly being investigated by police for taunting a police dog - yes, you did hear the right.
It’s said the 24-year-old is alleged to have lifted his shirt, pounded on his chest and barked at the dog in question as he was heading towards the field for the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers - a game the Raiders lost 38-35.
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Meanwhile in the NBA, DeMarcus Cousins can count himself lucky to have not been suspended.
Reports claim Sacramento Kings coach George Karl wanted to hand Cousins a two-game ban after the center launched a foul-mouthed tirade at him following Tuesday morning’s team meeting.
Karl wanted it, but those above him wouldn’t grant him permission.
Kings beat the Pistons
Bringing us to a neat close, it was Cousins and his teammate, Rajon Rondo, who stole the show during the Kings’ victory over the Detroit Pistons last night.
Cousins managed 33 points and nine rebounds while Rondo had a triple-double. That game finished 101-92.
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