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An Empty White Castle And Two Bored Children: Former NFLer Anthony Adams Had The Best Retirement Announcement

After nine years in the NFL, DT Anthony "Spice" Adams didn't catch on with a team for 2012. Instead, he chronicled the life of a free agent: boredom, desperation, lots of Capri Sun. Now he's calling it a career, in the most Anthony Adams way imaginable. » 3/25/13 2:08pm 3/25/13 2:08pm

Anthony "Spice" Adams On His First Love, Basketball: "Yeah I Can Fly, For A Little While"

Anthony Adams continues his endearing quest to catch on with a pro football team. Or, at the very least to gain notoriety as a total goofball who makes fun videos. It looks like now he may try his hand at basketball "since there's an opening in Orlando." Or, maybe he'll make it in his first first love, boxing.… » 8/12/12 5:45pm 8/12/12 5:45pm

Won't Some NFL Team Please Give Anthony "Spice" Adams A Job?

Anthony Adams spent five years as a DT in Chicago, and four years in San Francisco before that. He's 32 now, toward the end of a lineman's effective lifespan, and was released by the Bears in February. He's spent the offseason trying to catch on elsewhere, so far unsuccessfully, but he's managed to stay busy,… » 8/01/12 9:50am 8/01/12 9:50am