The morning links, they're back, just like my home computer:
Argos re-sign Pinball. Every time I see this kind of story, I think it should be re-written: Pinball re-signs Argos. Over the past 20 years, no one has been as joined at the hip as these two. (More CFL: With Casey Printers headed to Kansas City, Dave Dickenson is happy again).
Kobe beats LeBron, although his 40-plus point streak is over, and LeBron's run was halted too (from the AP roundup this morning: "James' streak of getting at least 30 points, seven rebounds and five assists was snapped at seven games." Oh, about his 28-2-9 streak? That's still alive.)
Mark Messier was feted last night in New York, and this time, everyone cried.
Reggie Bush has come out for the draft. The Houston Chronicle has come out for Bush. (Sounds like Texas, doesn't it?)
Via the Mighty MJD, Boomer Esiason has confirmed that Chad Johnson did indeed do a T.O. on the Bengals, picking a halftime locker room fight with a coach and ranting about not getting the damn ball during last weekend's playoff game.
And here's the video download of the week, another NFL man behaving badly story: Sean Taylor caught on film spitting -- yep, it's a real horker -- with referee Mike Carey miked up by NFL Films and demonstrating why he's one of the best zebras in sports (big thanks to Eric at Off Wing Opinion for this one:
Carey (to Redskins players): What would you do? He spit right in his face -- almost got me. That would've been real bad.