Friday, October 8, 2010
He Still Thinks He's Playing In Mile High
By Tony Mangia
Chris Simms Goes From Quarterback To Half Bake
Chris Simms the former pro-quarterback and son of former New York Giants great, Phil Simms, was "like a zombie" when he was pulled over for making a "wild turn" according an NYPD cop who testified yesterday at Simms' court hearing.
The arresting officer said his tongue "got numb" from the smoke coming from the Mercedes Simms was driving. "It was coming from his breath," said Officer Francisco Acosta," There was a strong marijuana smell coming from the car." Acosta said Simms was "like a slow motion type of person."
Simms was pulled over at a DWI checkpoint on July 1 on West Houston street in Manhattan. He was with his then-pregnant wife who told him to keep quiet and refuse drug testing. When asked if he had any pot in the car, Simms told the officer, "I smoked everything before."
The former Tennessee Titan QB has pleaded not guilty to operating a vehicle while impaired. Simms' attorneys asked the judge to throw out the evidence because the police had no probable cause.
ESPN Boys Club Gets Bigger
An ESPN Emmy-winning motor-sports producer/cameraman joined Steve Phillips and the rest of the fraternity of ESPN perverts. Neil Goldberg was arrested on a warrant for public lewdness, simple trespassing and breach of peace after a dog-walker spotted the 52 year-old standing on a stool outside a neighbor's window pleasuring himself. When the watcher realized he was being watched, Goldberg went back into his own house. Goldberg created the crew-cam inside of racing pit-crews for ESPN. Wonder if Erin Andrews ever worked a NASCAR event?