On Nov. 2, someone on Twitter claimed that his uncle asked former Skins quarterback Joe Theismann for an autograph, and Theismann told the man to grow some tits. Wow, that’s harsh. Did Joe really do that? He responded today:
There are certain moments in life in which a person or group of people say something so dumb, that no matter how wrong or stupid it may be, you can’t look away. Today, Fox News provided us with one of those moments.
As the two-minute warning approached in the first half of the Washington's preseason opener against the Patriots, Kenny Albert casually asked the Joe Theismann muppet with Dan Snyder's hand up its ass what it thought about the name controversy. Strap in, kids, Theismann has done a lot of research on this.
Joe Theismann is watching the Super Bowl along with the rest of us and he particularly seemed to enjoy the halftime show, featuring Beyonce rocking the house.
It's difficult not to pity Redskins fans, who, in addition to being Redskins fans, have to hear Joe Theismann talk about preseason football during preseason television broadcasts. And last night, just after Brandon Banks ended an otherwise splendid punt return by flipping the ball out of his hand as he approached…
Felipe Lopez took it upon himself to share a little story with us via email today. He's going to a "shindig" at his "buddy's house." Felipe will take it from there.
What the fuck, NFL? I was all excited for this upcoming NFL season, and then you go and add Joe fucking Theismann to the booth? FUCK. YOU.
"I don't think Tony was ever really comfortable in a role. I know the time that I spent with him, he really didn't want to do football. "[Fang's Bites]
Speaking of MNF ... We can't say our mouths were necessarily watering over a potential Jimmy Kimmel-Joe Theismann feud, but breathe easy, America: Theismann's not mad about Kimmel's crack about him on "Monday Night Football."
After his appearance on "Monday Night Football" earlier this week, Jimmy Kimmel has been banned from the program. This is supposed to be a punishment?
Newsday's Neil Best documents a happening that seems specifically designed to make Joe Theismann pound his face repeatedly against a wall: a practice session with the new "Monday Night Football" crew. They're having so much fun!
We're sure there are people out there other than Joe Theismann and Washington Post columnist Leonard Shapiro who will miss Theismann on "Monday Night Football" broadcasts next year. We just can't find any of them.
Tomorrow is the last day to bid on official ESPN items to benefit The V Foundation, which helps cancer research and the ability to recruit in a somewhat shady manner. Most of the items are rather dull. An ESPN employee banner signed by Trey Wingo and Jeremy Schapp! A signed Bill Callahan Nebraska jersey! A signed…
Brady Quinn's dreams had just been peed on for 4½ straight hours before finding out he was going to be spending his career in the high-fashion mecca of Cleveland ... I thought we could all forgive him if he looked a bit disheveled. Joe Theismann could not.