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Twenty-five years ago Sunday, the Colts moved up for Jeff George

The last two times the Colts selected No. 1 overall, they had a choice between two top quarterbacks. In 1998, Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf were the top two prospects, while in 2012, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III had separated themselves from the passing pack. The Colts, of course, chose wisely in both cases.…

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The biggest NFL Draft busts ever

Ending up on this list is the worst case scenario for any player who enters the NFL Draft. No one wants to be the next Ryan Leaf. But while a few of the biggest NFL Draft busts ever have fallen on hard times, many are actually thriving in second careers. Show More Summary

Kanye West plans song with Taylor Swift, explains Beck controversy

It seems Kanye West has turned over a new leaf that's just as verbose and head-scratching as his original leaf The rapper sat down with Ryan Seacrest Wednesday and discussed everything from recording music with his former arch-nemesis...Show More Summary

Toronto Maple Leafs Parody Song “Do Something” Pretty Much Sums It Up (Video)

3 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

A Toronto Maple Leafs fan named Steven Ryan has created a Maple Leafs parody song called “Do Something,” based on the song “Say Something” by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera. However, before showing it to you, I need to provide you with some context. In case you haven’t noticed, the Toronto Maple Leafs […]

'Deflategate': Ryan Leaf weighs in on NFL's investigation

3 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The NFL's image has taken a beating in recent years with the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, ongoing questions about player head injuries, its stance toward domestic violence and, of course, "Deflategate."

NHL Rumors: Analyzing Trade Buzz on Ryan O'Reilly, Maple Leafs and More

The rumor mill churned rather slowly around the NHL All-Star break, but the buzz should pick up soon enough. "There really isn't a lot going on," one league executive told the Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch. "At this point, I would think...Show More Summary

Naya Rivera & Ryan Dorsey Run Early Morning Errands Ahead of 'Glee' Premiere

Naya Rivera and her husband Ryan Dorsey pick up a few coffees to go from Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Friday (January 9) in Los Angeles. The couple also picked up some items from their local grocery store ahead of tonight’s Glee season premiere. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Naya Rivera “Who’s [...]

A Simple Hoverboard Everyone Can Understand

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

To be honest, we were wondering when we would see someone try this… [Ryan Craven] has successfully built a working hovercraft that looks like a skateboard. It floats on two pockets of air generated by four Black and Decker leaf blowers...Show More Summary

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf released from prison after two years

Ryan Leaf was released from prison on Wednesday after serving over two years in Montana.

Ryan Leaf released from prison in Montana

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf's sad tale, from on-the-field disappointment to off-the-field troubles, can perhaps start on a path to a better ending now. Leaf was released from prison in Montana on Wednesday and placed under the supervision of Great Falls Probation and Parole, a Montana state official told the Great Falls Tribune. Show More Summary

Ryan Leaf Is Out Of Prison And He Looks Terrible

5 months agoSports : Deadspin

Why, yes, the tale of Ryan Leaf can get sadder. For proof, here is his latest mugshot, snapped yesterday before he was released from a Montana prison. Leaf, once the man with the arm that could not fail (except it did), now kinda looks like a sad dad. A really sad dad. Oh boy, this is sad. Read more...

Former San Diego Chargers Quarterback Ryan Leaf Released From Prison After Serving Two Years

Ryan Leaf, former San Diego Chargers quarterback, is out of prison. Leaf, who played college ball as a Washington State Cougar, was released from prison on Wednesday after serving two years in prison. In 2012 Leaf was convicted of breaking into a home in Montana and stealing prescription drugs. Show More Summary

Ryan Leaf: Former Top NFL Prospect Released From Prison!

Ryan Leaf's life has been characterized by broken dreams, crushed ambitions, and the ravages of addiction, but today for the first time in years, the former number 2 overall NFL draft pick received some good news: Leaf was released from...Show More Summary

Ryan Leaf released from Montana prison on parole

Well, he’s still perhaps the worst draft pick in NFL history. But at least Ryan Leaf is out of the hoosegow. According to Andrea Fisher-Nitschke of the Great Falls Tribune, Leaf was released from a Montana prison on parole Wednesday. Leaf spent roughly half of his five-year sentence on drug and burglary charges in a Montana…

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf released from prison

5 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Ryan Leaf, the No. 2 overall draft pick in the 1998 NFL draft behind Peyton Manning, was released Wednesday from a Montana prison after serving more than two years for felony drug possession and burglary.

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf released from Montana prison

Ryan Leaf went to prison after breaking into a house near Great Falls, Montana in 2012 in order to steal prescription pills.

Ryan Leaf -- Released from Prison ... After 2 Years

5 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was released from a Montana prison Wednesday... more than two years after beginning his 5-year sentence for breaking into a home to steal Rx pills. But Leaf isn't in the clear yet... the #2 overall pick in the…

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf Released from Prison

Ryan Leaf, the controversial former NFL quarterback, has been released from a Montana prison after serving more than two years. According to Judy Beck, spokeswoman for the Montana Department of Corrections, via Andrea Fisher-Nitschke...Show More Summary

?Former QB Ryan Leaf released from Montana prison

5 months agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

The former San Diego Chargers and Washington State player has served more than two years in prison after breaking into a home near Great Falls in 2012 to steal prescription pills

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