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Damarious Randall stays home for Game 3 in hopes of a Warriors win
New Browns safety Damarious Randall continues to troll Cavaliers fans, tweeting he was staying at home for Game 3 in hopes of a Cleveland loss.
Every Cavs game I’ve attended they’ve won . . . so I’ve decided to stay home for game 3, Randall tweeted Wednesday night. Randall added the hashtag #BusinessDecision and also tweeted an emoji of a running shirt with a sash that resembled a jersey and two emojis of faces with tears of joy.
We like our team right now. We’ve got speed up the middle, scoring on the wing, veterans and young guys on defense. We’re in a good place, he said. This could not have gone better, in my mind. The press didn’t listen to McPhee. Some headlines:
Randall was joking May 28 when he tweeted that he would buy everyone who retweets this a jersey if the Cavaliers won the NBA Finals. The tweet has more than 1.17 million retweets, ranking sixth on the unofficial list of most retweeted tweets of all time, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal
Randall, an unapologetic Warriors fan, originally planned to attend Wednesday night’s game, but he doubted a Cleveland fan would sell him a ticket.
It’s good, Joseph said, via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. You get to relax, rest up. Rest is the biggest thing in this league, recovering, I think. This offseason, having [strength coach] Luke [Richesson] and those guys in here training me and getting me back, I feel great, honestly.
Joseph started all 16 games last season and played 72.9 percent of the Texans’ defensive snaps. The Texans re-signed him to a two-year, $10 million deal that included $3.9 million guaranteed.
He’s a pro’s pro, Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. He’s a guy that has shown up every day since I’ve been here and put in the work and really been a very consistent player for us. I think that’s what’s given him the opportunity to last so long in the league. He’s got talent, but it’s so much more than talent.
In his 12 seasons since the Bengals made him a first-round pick, Joseph has 639 tackles, 28 interceptions and 172 pass breakups.
The team took Chris Campbell out of Penn State in the sixth round in the draft last month and brought former Washington Redskins corner Bashaud Breeland in for a visit on Thursday. Breeland also visited the Colts on Wednesday.