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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Horatio

    RGMe is afraid of competition, pure and simple. Most guys in his position would be grateful for any chance at a roster spot, with the intention of proving to the coaches that they can beat out 2 of the other 4 QBs on the roster. Not RGMe, though. Clearly he listens to his father too much. You’d think with his massive child support/alimony payments going to the mother of his child after he ditched her for a model/athlete, that he would be desperate to earn more income, regardless of the source. Guess I was wrong…as we all were about this faker.

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    Fishslap

    This was the most embarrassing performance of Wonderbob’s extremely embarrassing career since 13. It was so full of lies, snipes, distortions and befuddlement that you have to carefully dissect it word by word, as if you’re dealing with a career politician’s campaign speech. You know every word will be a lie. You simply have to figure out all the angles to know what the specific lies are and why they are lying again.
    He obviously did not have “offers” from anyone or he would be in uniform somewhere. And the hack at Kirk’s toes by dismissing his leadership abilities just took the Cake of Patheticness, when Bob threw everyone under the bus during his time in DC, while sulking, pouting and insanely comparing himself to Aaron Rodgers. Not exactly General Patton there himself.

    The only question I wanted answered in this desperate PR nonsense was “Why are you a delusional fruitcake?”. That and perhaps “How can you be so toxic that even the Browns got rid of you!?! What’s wrong with you?”

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      PK

      I know a golfer who won everything in high school, had success in college, went to Florid and got his ass kicked, packed his trash and is now assistant pro somewhere.
      Top-Dawg is easy. Work, humiliation, and diligence are hard.
      Thing is, now that he’s 29 he has grown by 2″ and 40lbs and is a man now. Imagine if he’s been grinding Woody Austin-style for the past 100 months? Ben R. Almost died on a motorcycle and as long as he’s not playing Tebow he usually wins.

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