Kerry Rhodes is in the discussion section below, ready for your questions. There should be plenty to talk about. Update: He's done.
At 2 p.m. EST, NFL safety Kerry Rhodes will be joining us for a live chat with readers. Here's something to read beforehand.
After a season away from the NFL, during which his former assistant alleged the two were in a relationship, Kerry Rhodes says he believes the gay rumors weren't the reason for his surprising unemployment—and he's not gay anyway.
Last week I wrote a post asking why free agent safety Kerry Rhodes couldn't find a spot on an NFL roster. Charlotte radio hosts Taylor Zarzour and Marc James were wondering the same thing, and put the question to Panthers wideout Steve Smith, who was disturbingly insistent in rejecting the idea.
The fact that no NFL team signed or even worked out All-Pro safety Kerry Rhodes in the offseason is mind-boggling, but at least one team now wants to give him a look.
Or is it because he's not really that good and doesn't actually "like" football, whatever the fuck that means? These are the latest reasons for explaining the increasingly inexplicable lack of interest in Kerry Rhodes this season.
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Kerry Rhodes is awfully tired of people thinking he's gay. So tired, evidently, that he has claimed paternity of Kim Kardashian's just-born daughter.
Lost in yesterday's important news was this "SUPER WORLD EXCLUSIVE" from MediaTakeOut: Kerry Rhodes kissed a dude on the head. And not just any dude, but a dude who is said to be Rhodes's assistant, and gay. [Update: We've taken down MTO's photos. See note at the bottom.]
Yesterday, the incoherent jumble of insinuations, flat-out lies and chiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllleeeees that is MediaTakeOut posted a MTO SUPER DUPER WORLD EXCLUSIVE featuring pictures of NFL free agent Kerry Rhodes "ON VACATION ... With One Of His 'MALE FRIENDS!!'" In its homophobic way that villainizes but stops short of…
On Sunday, the Jets had the ball deep in Arizona territory and a one-point lead. The directive came in from the Cardinals' sideline: Let them score a touchdown, so Arizona could get the ball back down eight with more than a minute remaining. Sound advice, though it was mooted when Shonn Greene intentionally slid at…
Down a point and the clock running out, the Cardinals had one and only one chance to win the game: Intentionally the Jets score a touchdown, and get the ball back with two minutes left. The Arizona defense did what it had to, parting like the Red Sea for Shonn Greene. But Greene smartly slid at the one-yard-line, so…
Disclosure: thanks to a friend in editorial, I'm often one of the anonymous guys in the "men tell you what they really want" articles at Cosmo. That's my excuse for knowing that this month's issue features some football players.