Moran Norris in SI

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  1. F-minus67

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    Did anyone else read the artical in SI. There is nothing about his play, but it does talk about his huge TV and how he loves movies. It may not be much but at least it's some kind of national media coverage.
     
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    wow, moran norris of all the texans they could have picked. he must really love watching movies.
     
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    they said in the artical that he has over 500 dvds and 100 vhs, so I would said he loves movies.
     
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    THat would be so sweet to have 500 dvds! If I was rich I would have a home theater with a popcorn machine :popcorn: and movie theaters seats with arm rest that go up :D for the full movie theater experience lol and watch movies all day.
     
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    SI is like the "EXTRA" of sports, its all about life stories, of guys that mostly make lots of money for playing fun sports, that tug on the heart strings............. :crying:

    THE SPORTING NEWS now that's a real sports magazine, you actually learn something about the sports and what's going on.

    Way to go SI.........when are those guys going to come out of the closet.

    Did it say what Moran's favourite color was too ? And whether he wears boxers or briefs........ :dangit:

    I like Moran Norris a lot, but I'd rather hear how much he's bench pressing or have him give me tips on how dismantle a linebacker's ribcage with my helmet, then find out what his favourite movie is.

    Sports Illustrated writers must have a full closet of RAINBOW shirts.
     
  6. jacquescas

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    well since SI outsells sportingnews those rainbow shirts must be bringing them some nice coin.
     
  7. Vinny

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    It isn't bad to read some of the personal side to the players than constantly reading ht/wt - measurables only.
     
  8. throwANDREtheBALL

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    yeah, your right, we should actually get the TEXANS on OPRAH.

    And maybe bring some guys on Dr.Phil

    Victor Riley could tackle his deep emotional scars that are affecting his weight issues.

    Mckinney could let people know that his painful phobia of man-sweat is the reason why his play has been so attrocious.

    Seth Payne could tell Dr.Phil how being so overrated has actually slowed him down even more. And that he's afraid to be healthy for a full season since his backups would see just how much better they are.

    Bennie Joppru could get help for his chronic instantinjuria and how it has sent him into manic depression.


    OK, so SI isn't all that bad.
     


  9. Youngstown Colt

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    SI has a players section where they talk about the lifestyles of the players. It's not the whole magazine. And the magazine, sans the SI Players section, is about sports.

    Besides, Rick Reilly alone will keep me reading SI for the rest of my life.
     

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