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Latest NFL NewsTy Detmer says brother Koy and Eagles faked knee injury
Still, the story Ty Detmer told about his brother Koy faking a knee injury to land on injured reserve in 1997, a ruse apparently planned by the Philadelphia Eagles, is funny and pretty audacious too. The incentive to do that would be to hide Koy Detmer on injured reserve and use the 53rd spot on the roster for another player.
Via Deadspin and Off The Record, Ty Detmer told the story in a radio interview with Cheap Shots. You can hear Detmer tell the story at about 22:25 of the show.
"[Koy] came up to me like a couple days before that day and was like, 'Hey, they want me to go on injured reserve so they can keep me around, what do you think?' And I'm like, 'Well, if they're going to keep you around, you know I wouldn't not do it.' So that day before practice he comes up and he's like, 'OK, today's the day they told me.'
"So, we're kind of in team period at the end of practice and they're like, 'All right, Koy, you're in!' And so, he kind of goes in, runs a play, runs another play and then he looks at me and gives me this wink as he's stepping in to call the play. And so I'm like, trying not to laugh cause I'm like, 'How is this gonna go down, you know?' It's a running play. He hands off and as he's coming out after the hand off to carry out his bootleg fake, he goes down and rolls around and grabs his knee.'
"And oh man, you know, the whole practice kinda stops like, 'what happened?' And guys were coming up to me and, 'Oh man, is this the same knee he hurt at Colorado?' And I'm like, 'Yeah, I think so, I don't know, maybe he just, you know, twisted a little or something.' So they end up bringing the cart out and they cart him off the field. So, practice ends and I go into the training room, you know, and there he is laying on the training room table with a towel over his face and I just kind of raised the corner up and peeked and he's got this big old grin on his face. You know, like, 'How was that for my acting job?' I had to get out of there because I was about to just die laughing. And the rest of the team, you can't say anything because nobody is supposed to know."
That's not just a minor injury being sent to IR to get around the 53-man roster limit. What Ty Detmer is claiming is that his brother faked an injury, with the team plotting it, and put on a show for the team and media to sell it. Detmer said the media was out at practice when it happened, and that was by design. If this story sounds outlandish, like it's a lark by Ty Detmer, it's very detailed for him to be making it up. And Reuben Frank of CSN Philly, who has covered the Eagles since 1988, said on Twitter that he knew that story to be true not long after it happened.
Deadspin linked to a 1998 Philadelphia Daily News story in which a reference is made to when Koy Detmer "mysteriously aggravated a two-year-old knee injury." Ty Detmer said not even all the coaches were in on it, because, "back then you could get in big trouble" for that. Only a few people knew at the time what was going on. Ty Detmer said Koy Detmer even wore a brace and used crutches for a while to sell the story.
Detmer said Jon Gruden, then the Eagles' offensive coordinator, definitely was one of the coaches who was in on it.
"I'm sure Gruden does (know the story), because he told him it was time to take the dive," Ty Detmer said.
It's a great story, assuming that it's true and that Ty Detmer didn't make up an elaborate tale. It also leads you to wonder how often this type of thing has happened without anyone telling about it years later.
NFL fans with purses turned away at stadiums nationwide
The National Football League has implemented a ban on large bags and purses at NFL stadiums this season in an effort to provide a safer environment for fans and expedite entry into stadiums.
Game-day fans will be permitted to carry items in a clear, plastic Ziploc or similar bag. Yet, unlike the mandatory maximum size of a quart permitted at airports by the Transportation Security Administration, NFL security allows fans to carry up to a one-gallon size bag. Small clutch-type purses can be carried inside stadiums, as can bags or purses no bigger than a hand. However, these bags must be carried inside the gallon-size plastic bag.
Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12" are also permitted. The NFL now sells these bags, with team branding, at club merchandise outlets or at nflshop.com.
Fans who show up with larger or unapproved carrying cases will be turned away by security at stadium turnstyles.
The NFL says they review security policies prior to each new season, but this year also took into account the bombings at the Boston Marathon. They say their policies evolve over the years to account for the realities of public safety while keeping game day as stress-free as possible for fans.
All teams in the league have already adopted the policy, including the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, and Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Texas Sized Showdown
Sportsbook.com Line: Houston -3, Total: 46.5
Bragging rights for the state of Texas are on the line Sunday at 1 PM ET as the undefeated Houston Texans host the surprisingly winless Dallas Cowboys.
Despite being favored in their first two games, Dallas is 0-2. Houston rushed for 257 yards in a season-opening win against Indianapolis and then took to the air in a 30-27 overtime-comeback win in Washington in Week 2.
The Cowboys may not be at full strength for Sunday’s game. Star tight end Jason Witten is questionable after suffering a concussion in the loss to Chicago. CB Mike Jenkins is also questionable for Sunday’s game with a knee injury.
The biggest question in “Big D” is the Cowboys offense, which has just two offensive touchdowns this year. Tony Romo has thrown for 656 yards, but has just two TD and two INT to show for it. Granted, the two picks were the result of tipped balls and not poor throws, but there is no excuse for the Cowboys running game. Dallas rushed for a meager 36 yards against Chicago as Felix Jones was held to seven yards on seven carries.
No such offensive problems are present with the Texans. Matt Schaub threw for 497 yards against the Redskins and Arian Foster leads the NFL in rushing with 300 yards. Andre Johnson, the best wide receiver on the planet right now, caught 12 passes for 158 yards and a touchdown in the win over Washington. Johnson left Sunday’s game with a sprained right ankle, but was able to return, and also expects to play against Dallas this week.
These teams have only met twice in the past. Houston’s first-ever NFL game in 2002 was a stunning 19-10 upset over Dallas. The Cowboys waited four years to get their revenge, then blew out the Texans 34-6 in a 2006 game.
Bettors that think Dallas will get back on the covering track will be pleased to read the following betting trend:
Play Against - Home teams where the line is +3 to -3 (HOUSTON) - after allowing 7 or more passing yards/attempt last game against opponent after allowing 8 or more passing yards/attempt in their last game. (36-13 over the last 10 seasons.) (73.5%, +21.7 units. Rating = 2*).
Meanwhile, if you are planning on betting on the ‘total’, pay attention to this trend:
Play Over - Any team against the total (DALLAS) - after gaining 50 or less rushing yards last game against opponent after gaining 75 or less rushing yards last game. (55-20 over the last 10 seasons.) (73.3%, +33 units. Rating = 3*).
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