Browns safety Damarious Randall has just set an NFL record.

Randall now has the most retweeted tweet of any NFL player, ever, as his tweet saying that if the Cleveland Cavaliers win the NBA Finals he’ll buy a jersey for anyone who retweets him has now been retweeted 643,000 times.

The previous record for the most-retweeted tweet (yes, people keep track of that) by an NFL player belonged to Lions punter Sam Martin, who said he would donate six pounds of dog food to Hurricane Harvey victims for every retweet he got. That tweet was retweeted 621,000 times, which would have meant Martin was on the hook for more than 3.6 million pounds of dog food, but Martin added in a video with the tweet that there was a cap of $10,000 on how much he would donate.

In addition to bonding on the field as teammates, there Cheap Barcelona Jerseys were the Sunday barbecues together when they would watch NFL games. Also, because Fall League games are played in the daytime, there were lots of dinners.

We would go to this amazing place, Mastro’s City Hall in Scottsdale,” Nimmo recalled. We would get these tomahawk steaks that were like 40 ounces and come with the Flintstone bone and all, so we would get like three of them for the table and we would split it, it was the best steak we ever had and we’d get the seafood tower. Greg and I love oysters. We would just all hang out.”

“I haven’t turned down anything,” Foles said, via Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. “We haven’t talked about anything. … At the end of the day, I’m not the G.M. of the team. I have a great relationship with Howie [Roseman] to where if something did happen, we could have a discussion. But at the end of the day, he gets to decide.”

Roseman decided to hold onto Foles and give him a new contract that sets him up to make a nice payday if he’s thrust into the starting job again this season. The Browns will move on with Tyrod Taylor Baker Mayfield at quarterback after taking running back Nick Chubb with the 35th overall pick.

Historian Kevin Kruse had this response: Yes this is exactly like a Nazi salute. What a brilliant, rational and sane comparison.

Even tennis star Martina Navratilova weighed in: It is time to stop comparing a protest AGAINST violence to a salute that was all about violence. Do you get that Peter King?!?

Before there was Colin Kaepernick, there was Hank Williams Jr.

In the waning days of the Reagan era, Williams vandalized one of his hits, All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight, to produce a football broadcast theme song, All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night.

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