Massachusetts state troopers are attempting to figure out the connection between a damaged, abandoned car registered to Patriots LB Brandon Spikes, and a nearby hit-and-run incident.
Linebacker Brandon Spikes left the Patriots after four seasons to sign with the Buffalo Bills. New England didn't seem to want him back, and the parting seemed amicable. But that won't stop some Patriots fans from overreacting when Spikes talked about beating the Patriots today in the most boring way.
Ray Rice was married Friday to Janay Palmer, the same woman he allegedly knocked unconscious in an Atlantic City casino. One day before the wedding, the knockout earned him an indictment on third-degree aggravated assault charges.
Patriots linebacker (and Florida grad) Brandon Spikes won over pretty much everyone during media availability this morning with his choice of sweatshirt, which he clearly got at a shop on the boardwalk in every beach town everywhere.
Just another example of professional athletes not knowing the proper way to act after a loss, as established by Rodney Harrison. Perhaps Spikes should be spending a little more time thinking about what more he could have done to help his team on Super Bowl Sunday, and a little less time "grinch smiling." [Twitter]
C'mon, man, you won two national titles in college. And you might just have some more opportunities. Act like you've been there before.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
The Chatroulette performance that wasn't quite up to our athlete dong standards finally finds a home, at WorldStarHipHop. Judge for yourself if it's actually him, but don't do it at the office. [NSFWBOOBSANDPENIS]
Some things are worth digging into our sack of scuzz money. The Patriots' second-round draft pick getting pleasured and broadcasting it to random strangers is not one of them.
If Georgia's Washaun Ealey didn't want his eyes gouged out by Florida's Brandon Spikes, then maybe he shouldn't have worn a helmet that allows for pesky weaknesses like "vision."