Joe’s Morning Cup –


Welcome to your Morning Cup of Joe, an eye-opener to help Joe readers adjust to their busy work day with some football links, goofy news and a pleasant distraction.

Entertainment of the day

Aaron Donald says he won’t retire if the Rams bring everyone back. [PFT]

Larry Fitzgerald finally announces that he is done with the NFL. [CBS]

Poor people of Minnesota: Awful Mike Pettine named Vikings assistant head coach. [Yahoo!]

Expect the Bengals to regress whether or not they correct their offensive line. [NFL]

It’s not just the NFL: NBC is looking to buy the media rights from B1G. Throwing insane numbers like $1.1 billion annually. Football (or “Yellowstone”) seems to be the only thing people watch TV or the networks can make money for. As Joe likes to say, “The sooner we understand that America is a nation that loves football, the better off we will all be as a society.” [Front Office Sports]

Under the Radar: As the NFL world focused on why Kyler Murray deleted all references to the Cardinals from his Instagram, Crows receiver Hollywood Brown (nephew of Antonio Brown) erases on his social media all mentions of Crows. [BroBible]

When swimming with a great white shark, don’t be surprised if you become lunch. Video way! [New York Post]

Hey, you wanted him to wear an Antifa mask so badly, go with it. [Outkick]

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