One thing that ESPN Senior Writer John Clayton did was totally kill the only available time I had left in the day that I was "allowed" to play Modern Warfare 2. Granted. When someone like Clayton teases that cornerback Johnathan Joseph's decision will come down Wednesday night, that takes precedence, even if the couch I'm staring at becomes my uninvited home for the night.
Two hours later the Houston Chronicle's John McClain wrote that the Houston Texans were working hard to obtain either Johnathan Joseph or Nnamdi Asomugha. In the end nothing happened as Joseph waited on whatever dominos to fall that would set the market price for cornerbacks once Asomugha received what could be a massive deal.
ESPN's John Clayton added another tweet late Thursday night saying that the Detroit Lions "have a great change at getting Johnathan Joseph," but adds the "Bengals are still in the the hunt."
ready to wrap up the first day of tweeting. I think the Lions do have a great chance at getting J. Joseph, but the Bengals are still in hunt