Bills sign third-rounder Harrison Phillips
The Bills are almost done signing their 2018 draft picks.
The team announced that they have agreed to a four-year contract with third-round pick Harrison Phillips on Wednesday. Getting the defensive tackle under contract leaves them with seven of eight picks signed and only first-round quarterback Josh Allen to go before every deal is done.
Not only was she treated to a hurl of boos and projectiles during the performance, then-President George H.W. Bush, on Air Force One, condemned her performance as disgraceful.
Twenty-eight years later, I still did not personally care for her, but I had to give her props for a singular stroke of brilliance. In the newest incarnation of her show Roseanne, she presented an honest — though not entirely sympathetic — American middle-class family that struggles not just economically but also with differing political views. It was spot-on.
Simply put, it did something no other television program has done in the modern era. Her two-episode premiere earned an astonishing 18.2 million viewers, overperforming in the media markets located in middle of America, with Tulsa, Okla., Cincinnati and Pittsburgh leading the numbers.
Cities like New York and Los Angeles, which almost always drive the No. 1 slot, didn’t even crack the top 20.
Do I get a trophy? Randall quipped, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.
Randall admits he underestimated Cleveland fans, expecting no more than 100 retweets.
I mean, I definitely didn’t think it would go as viral as it did, said Randall, whom the Browns acquired in March via a trade with the Packers. I mean, I definitely didn’t think the Cleveland fan base would go this crazy about it. Obviously, it was a joke, but just to know how passionate this fan base is, I mean, it’s just really encouraging.
Randall obviously has not endeared himself to his new fan base.
His teammates have given him a hard time, and Browns coach Hue Jackson addressed Randall’s social-media gaffe in a team meeting.