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LeBron proves again he’s a spoiled child

Miami Heat forward LeBron James watches the action from the bench in the first half against the Charlotte Bobcats in an NBA basketball game in Charlotte, North Carolina on February 4, 2011. UPI/Nell Redmond

LeBron’s latest, pathetic display of stupidity involves a Twitter war he had with Daniel Gibson. Gibson made some silly comments after his birthday party, and of course the petulant LeBron had to respond.

This guy is so immature it’s mind-boggling. Meanwhile, he managed to choke again down the stretch as the Heat lost to Carmelo and the Knicks. Things don’t look very good for LeBron and his Heat teammates.

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News Flash – Braylon Edwards is completely full of himself

SPORTSbyBROOKS has the goods on the birthday party egomaniac and bust Braylon Edwards threw for himself in Detroit. Can you imagine having to eat some of this cake?

Browns release Shaun Rogers and other veterans

New head coach Pat Shurmer is starting to clean house, releases a group of veterans over the age the 30 in an effort to make the team younger. GM Tom Heckert had indicated that the Browns needed to get younger, particularly on defense, even if they stuck with the 3-4 defense. With the move to the 4-3, it probable made it easier to part ways with many in this group.

The Browns’ housecleaning under new coach Pat Shurmur began Wednesday when the team cut six players, including three-time Pro Bowl nose tackle Shaun Rogers and three of Eric Mangini’s former Jets.

In addition to Rogers, the contracts of linebackers Eric Barton and David Bowens, defensive end Kenyon Coleman, right tackle John St. Clair and tight end Robert Royal were terminated. All six were over 30 and Barton, Bowens, and Coleman all played for Mangini in New York.

These guys were mostly good players in their time, but they’re all getting old. Royal was a disaster as a receiver, but he was a good blocker. It wasn’t his fault that Mangini and Daboll kept using him in the passing game.

With this decision, I’m thinking the Browns might be planning on taking advantage of all the quality defensive linemen in the draft this year.

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