During the Chicago Bulls’ incredible title run in the 1990s, Michael Jordan was hardly the only great player on the team. Aside from fellow future Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen, the Bulls had such standouts as B.J. Armstrong, Toni Kukoc, and Dennis Rodman. Heck, even Luc Longley was an All-Star.
On that list of fine supporters, however, you’d have to scan pretty far down to find Jason Caffey, who won two titles with Chicago before bouncing around the NBA for another decade or so. Perhaps he’d have been better if he wasn’t, oh, banging anything with two legs and/or a heartbeat. Caffey, who apparently loved women as much as he hated birth control, was just denied bankruptcy by an Alabama judge, opening the door for lawsuits to settle child support for–oh lord, seriously?–ten kids from eight women. Quoth the CHICAGO TRIBUNE: Read more…
Darren McFadden had the need for speed, as the ex-Razorback raced to a 4.27 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine on Sunday. How was he able to move so fast?
Maybe he was running away from his paternity problems.
The ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH reveals that back in January, a woman from Little Rock filed suit against McFadden, alleging the Arkansas RB to be the father of her little girl. But Darren denies he’s the daddy. Read more…
DADDY! CARDINALS’ FITZGERALD RECEIVES BABY NOTICE: An NFL receiver spent too much time in someone’s red zone, and now he might have to toss up child support:
TMZ delivers the news that Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals is being hit with a paternity suit filed by a former Oakland Raiders cheerleader.
Angela Nazario says that her baby, due in January, is a result of a previous relationship with Fitzgerald. But the player wants a DNA test done after the birth before he shells out for the youngster.
A source close to Nazario claims that Fitzgerald told her to hide out in a small town, and even suggested she get an abortion.
Fitzgerald reportedly was hoping not to suffer the same fate as his Cardinals teammate, saying, “I don’t need this all over the news like Matt Leinart.”