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TV Timeout: The Return Of Jason
August 29, 2013 02:35 PM
-- Jokingly comparing Johnny Manziel's half-game suspension to his hiatus from ESPN: "I got seven years for nothing!"
-- On the banners featuring Joe Flacco that the NFL hung in Denver to promote next week's season-opener: "Do you know where the easiest place to hide incompetence is, inside a successful organization. There’s no more a successful organization than the National Football League. This is incompetence from the league office. ... This is as bad as Janet Jackson’s nipple at halftime. It's that kind of incompetence."
-- On the reported feud between Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov and Knicks Owner James Dolan, "These are two wimpy billionaires bickering. ... This is great for the league. These types of feuds and rivalries is what would drive this league. ... It’s going to drive interest into those two franchises."
-- On Robert Griffin III: "He wants to be Kardashian" (“PTI,” ESPN, 8/28).