Today, a Twitter battle (momentary pause to lament this now being normal) between Chris Brown and a comedian named Jenny Johnson -- who went at Brown callously while Brown attempted humility and self deprecation -- brought up a lot of controversy on Twitter.
It was the same discussion that has occurred for the last few years, only this time Brown supporters and non-invested parties wondered when enough is enough.
His series of Tweets were egregious, though, almost enough to wonder whether he was actually hacked. For now, his account is deleted, which is probably a good thing for all involved.
The Jets have been so poor, they've turned against each other and now Fireman Ed is gone.
Oh no. Fireman Ed "stepped down." (from what? Not sure) Who will now creep out America while ridiculously presuming to be part of the team.— Michelle Beadle (@MichelleDBeadle) November 26, 2012
Fireman Ed Blah Blah Blah Who Cares? Jets Fans Have Much More Important Things to Worry About is.gd/czfEvV— Jason McIntyre (@TheBigLead) November 26, 2012
Ray Lewis may return to the NFL this season
REPORT: Ray Lewis could return in Dec. Lewis suffered a torn triceps in Oct. and was thought to be out for the season (via Yahoo! Sports)— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 26, 2012
Shane Battier will return too, just not right now.
Thanks for all the notes peeps, I will be alright. My knee got caught in a weird position as I got tangled up. Mild sprain. Be back in a few— Shane Battier (@ShaneBattier) November 25, 2012
Evan Longoria signed a huge deal to stay with the Rays.
Colorado let go of their head football coach, Jon Embree
Jon Embree has been dismissed as the University of Colorado head football coach, AD Mike Bohn announced Sunday. colorado.edu/news/releases/…— CU-Boulder (@CUBoulder) November 26, 2012
The press conference got interesting when someone challenged AD Mike Bohn's ability to make a hire
Mike Bohn can't even swallow as he tries to talk his way around why he can definitely make a good hire on the third time around.— Michael Felder (@InTheBleachers) November 26, 2012
Harrison Barnes is starting to figure out this NBA thing.