View Full Version : Back in Prime Time

06-10-2005, 04:20 AM
By Adam H. Beasley

Citing "unfinished business," Deion Sanders officially signed up for a 14th NFL season Wednesday, capping an intriguing few days of tests and travel.

Sanders, an eight-time Pro Bowler who turns 38 in August, signed a one-year contract with the Ravens, adding a sterling piece to an already sparkling secondary.

"I gave everyone a commercial last year," Sanders said after signing the contract. "I want to give them a movie."

His late-afternoon press conference, which can be heard here, was as good as most comedies. In a lively 11-minute give-and-take with the media, Sanders spent a third of it waiting for the reporters to stop laughing.

"You just can't buy this stuff," Sanders said at one point, clearly enjoying the moment.

If he stays healthy, Sanders said this season will be a string of enjoyable moments. He pointed to his success last year, when he was second on the team with three interceptions, despite playing in just nine games.

However, it was the seven he missed that was the cause for concern. The Ravens delayed signing him until they had assurances he will start the season in good health.

heres the rest of the ratbrids BS..... (http://baltimoreravens.com/news/article.jsp?id=1085)

just thougth that you might want a good laugh..... :D

$5 sez he plays 2 games before he gets hurt again....lol

06-10-2005, 12:22 PM
Time for Ward to run through him,ARE to run past him,and Wilson to jump over him.

"Prime Time" is chickenshit.

06-10-2005, 01:59 PM
Olee. Or however you spell it. Sanders ought to have a red sheet like a bull fighter. He can`t tackle for shit. No way should he be considered for the HOF. A defensive player who can`t tackle, that is embarrassing