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Plaxico Burress

  1. gossipmonger
    Jason Segel and Chloë Sevigny Are Dating?Hmmm. Well, we guess that’s okay.
  2. stupid crime of the day
    Plaxico Burress Got Off EasyHe may have gotten two years in prison, but as we learned from a similar crime over the weekend, it could have been worse.
  3. the sports section
    Clumsy Plaxico Explains How He Shot HimselfCareful on those stairs!
  4. the sports section
    Plaxico Accepts a Plea, Gets Two Years in JailIf he behaves, it might only be twenty months.
  5. the sports section
    Plaxico Burress IndictedBut Antonio Pierce got off.
  6. the sports section
    Thank You, Jets and Giants, for a Drama-Free Off-seasonPlaxico Burress could be our problem right now, but he’s not.
  7. gossipmonger
    Scotland Yard Is After Lindsay LohanGreat Scot! Also, Dakota Fanning goes goth, topless photos of Megan Fox get “leaked,” and more events infinitely stranger than anything the mind of man could invent, in our daily gossip roundup.
  8. the sports section
    Plaxico’s Agent Takes It Upon Himself to Shop His ClientNot that he’s authorized to do that in any way.
  9. the sports section
    Giants Playoff Preview: The Distractions of PlaxicoHow the star receiver’s absence will — and won’t — affect the Giants this postseason.
  10. the sports section
    Oh, Plaxico. Don’t You Watch Law & Order?Nobody being investigated for a crime should leave suitcases of money lying around.
  11. crazytown
    Getting Busted for Coke Dealing Is Surprisingly HilariousWe would think it would be terrifying. Apparently, not so.
  12. the sports section
    Finally, a Story Line for the GiantsNow that ‘Saturday Night Live’ is doing unfunny skits about Plaxico Burress, the Giants finally have an easy narrative.
  13. the sports section
    It’s the Mike Bloomberg Gun-Control Comedy Hour!We already knew the mayor wants Plaxico Burress in jail. But we didn’t know it could be so funny!
  14. the sports section
    Plaxico’s Web of Disaster ExpandsA whole lot more people are going down for the idiotic shooting incident over the weekend.
  15. the sports section
    Plaxico Burress and Sean Avery Suspended for Two Very Different ReasonsShooting yourself in the thigh isn’t the only prohibited “detrimental” conduct for athletes.
  16. the sports section
    Mayor Bloomberg Plays Patriot, Calls for Full Punishment of PlaxicoHizzoner is pissed, and he’s not afraid to tell you about it.
  17. the sports section
    Plaxico Burress, a Diva Among GiantsIf what Burress has done lately had happened last year, it very well might have destroyed the New York Giants, and coach Tom Coughlin.
  18. crazytown
    So Plaxico Burress Walked Into a Bar…What happened after the Giants hero shot himself in the leg at a midtown bar on Friday night? Jokes, of course.
  19. in other news
    Plaxico Burress to Score a Book DealThe first of the post–Super Bowl book proposals is being shopped around by agents, on behalf of Plaxico Burress. Burress, as if you could forget, is the receiver who caught Eli Manning’s winning touchdown pass in the end zone of this year’s big game, leading the Giants to victory. Though it will be about his whole life, the tome will probably focus on this season and the Super Bowl. Which basically means, he’s selling it based on his big catch. Most sports books have limited appeal, according to the Post’s Keith Kelly, so sources expect Plaxico’s deal to be in the mid–six figures. “To do a Super Bowl book, you have to have it out right away,” one publisher (who said no to it while the price was still $100,000) told Kelly. Agents expect the bidding on the proposal to be done today. We love Plaxico, but we have to say, if there’s going to be a book about a catch from this Super Bowl, we’d rather see one about David Tyree’s amazing swanlike snatch after Eli Manning made that amazing escape from the Patriots’ defensive line. We can just see the dramatic, airborne cover image now. And the title! The Helmet Catch; Or, How I Saved the Giants in the Super Bowl Shortly Before Landing WWF Style on Rodney Harrison’s Knee. His Story [NYP]
  20. the sports section
    Happy Giant Monday Last night, only moments after the Patriots stuttered out their last plays in Super Bowl XLII, the shouts began. From our window facing East 14th Street, we started to hear chants of “Eli! Eli! Eli!” A communal roar echoed out of bars like the Blarney Cove, Otto’s Shrunken Head, and Mona’s. A few minutes later crowds poured out of Stuyvesant Town and Alphabet City, walking down the street towards the First Avenue L stop. They whooped, they chanted — we even saw one guy dive tackle a friend into the (hard-looking) sidewalk, screaming “PLAXICO!” This morning, when we woke up, we picked up the Daily News. Not being from New York originally, we’ve never really understood the rationale behind the “commemorative covers” that the tabloids put out sometimes. Do people in the city really have walls covered with Daily News and Post covers? But when we unfolded the paper to check out the giant photo of Eli Manning clutching the trophy, with a yell of triumph on his face, we thought to ourselves: “Huh. We’d better save this one.” Anyway, if tomorrow is Super Tuesday, today has definitely got to be Giant Monday. Leave us some comments! We want to hear where you were last night when Plaxico Burress caught the touchdown pass with 35 seconds to go, and what you did when Manning escaped from the Patriots’ clutches to make that longshot pass to David Tyree. Oh, and which Super Bowl ad was your favorite, because ours was totally that Coke one with the Macy’s parade balloons… Related: Underdog: The Rise of Eli Manning