* The Steelers' World Champion Celebration Concert at Heinz Field was a success. 45,000 people were in attendance. Wow, that's a lot of people to pay $50 for a few hours of Bon Jovi and some parading around the stage by the players. I guess that's why Steelers fans are the greatest in the game. Before the concert, it sounded as if only a handful of players would make a cameo at the concert. Not the case. Sounds like most all of the team turned out.
*Ty Law has finally found a home for the 2006 season, signing a 5 year, $30 million dollar deal with the Kansas City Chiefs. Law is not the same force he was when he was patrolling the field with the Patriots, but he's still a strong, physical corner. He also had 10 interceptions last year and made a Pro-Bowl while playing for the Jets. Law, who will be reunited wih his former coach Herm Edwards, is another addition to a suddenly respectable Chiefs' defense--at least on paper. With Patrick Surtain at the other corner, the Chiefs will presumably no longer be an easy team to pass against.
*The off-field problems for the Bengals continue to pile up. This time it's defensive tackle Matthias Askew who's run afoul. The infrequently used lineman refused to comply with officers after parking his car illegally on a sidewalk. More embarassing stuff for the Bengals--I love it.
*Ricky Williams broke his left arm in the second quarter of the Toronto Argonauts' 26-23 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders and is out indefinitely. The pot-smoking bruiser has not missed a game due to injuries since the 2000 season when he was still a Saint. According to coach Mike Clemons, Williams masked the severity of the injury with his lack of reaction. He said, "You're talking about some fortitude. It's a clean break. He just came off quiet, didn't say a thing. Like, I'd have been screaming."