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01/19 Minute: Jakeless, But We Have A Damon/Romeo

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You know it is a slow sports night in Cleveland when the biggest news is the physical removal of the “Jacobs Field” sign.  While this may mean a lot to those within the organization or even those that are employed by Progressive Insurance, I refuse to exude emotion towards something when it will make the slightest of difference.  Those that have recently lost their jobs are obviously going to feel bitter towards this whole situation.  I feel for them more than anything as being a Clevelander always comes along with the fact that whatever business you work for may not be there a year from now – let alone your position.  So I get that.  But those that either hate corporate involvement or just feel like they need to voice their opinion simply need to stop.

Isn’t it crazy how Damon Jones went from not even being in the rotation to being a main part of this latest slew of wins?  Maybe his whining to the media had a point.  Either way, he’s supporting his arguments on the floor, and that is what is most important.  Let’s just hope this isn’t a showcase for him to go somewhere else, only to nail a buzzer-beater against us.

The Plain Dealer is reporting that Romeo Crennel’s agent will be meeting with the team next week to continue this whole path of contract extensions.  At this rate, they’ll be coming in the mail with samples of Tide.  Hindsight will be the main speaker in this one, so let’s revisit this a year from now.  Personally, I’m more concerned with Jamal Lewis.  Maybe that’s just me.

There are some great college basketball games on today, for those that have nothing to do.  I’ll try to catch them on Sirius as I hit the road.  Have a good day, all.

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Written by Scott @ WFNY

January 19, 2008 at 4:33 pm

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