Jesse Palmer, Renaissance man

My first thought was to wish this debacle would crash and burn quickly, but upon reflection, I hope it’s such a great success that he’s forced to give up his football broadcasting career.


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11 responses to “Jesse Palmer, Renaissance man

  1. frowertr

    “Former NFL superstar”…



  2. Spike

    Maybe he will be shown how to tie his necktie properly.


  3. TennesseeDawg

    Jessie Palmer AND Steak Shapiro?


  4. Yeah, Palmer needs to go away.

    BTW, didn’t he share time with other QB’s when he was at Florida? Seems I remember him being part of of the SOS rotation years.


    • AthensHomerDawg

      He alternated with Doug Johnson and Rex Grossman. He got some snaps in the ’97 game. Sweet game.


      • Yeah, I mean the guy wasn’t even a full-time starter at Florida, at least for most of his career. I’ve really begun to dislike the guy, and that takes something.

        I guess, more than anything else, it’s his smug, look-at-how-pretty-I-am, personality that I don’t like. Pollack was 10 times the player Palmer ever was, and he isn’t that way. Neither are Stinchcomb and Green.


  5. Scorpio Jones, III

    “Host Jesse Palmer, a former NFL superstar and a broadcast sports journalist,”

    Wow…Jesse’s momma is his publicist. Cool.

    Note to mom: “Superstar” obviously has more than one meaning.


    • CannonDawg

      Jesse is in that special category of celebrity wherein you can become a star without any discernible talent or redeeming feature. Think Paris and the Kardashians. Gotta be proud of yourself, JP.


  6. Union Jack

    We sure this isn’t a faux-news story from The Onion? What the heck does Jesse Palmer know about food?