kato_karma.v5 May 6, 7:39 p.m.
Mario was never mistaken for being the sharpest tool in the shed.
At least Manti Te'o didn't lose his aas on his girlfriend.
WolfPackinDaHizzy4Shizzy.V2 May 6, 7:34 p.m.
a couple of mill =/= ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY EIGHT of them...
No stranger to setting records on the basketball court, Michael Jordan is racking up another record which he, one thing for sure, won't be feeling happy about as it's been announced that he will be paying an estimated $168 million to estranged wife Juanita Vanoy Jordan now that their divorce is nearly finalized.
kato_karma.v5 May 6, 7:29 p.m.
LOL...no wonder why he went for the money (and not loyalty to Houston).
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has gone on the offensive. He wants the 10-carat $785,000 diamond engagement ring he gave to Erin Marzouki, his former fiancee , back.
Williams met Marzouki in Houston when he played for the Houston Texans football team. They got engaged on Feb. 12, 2011, when he presented her with the stunning 10-carat rock, according to a lawsuit filed in Harris County Court in Houston.
But their engagement didn't even last a year. Marzouki broke up with Williams last January, and he now wants the 10-carat diamond back.
The lawsuit details just how much Williams spent on Marzouki during their relationship. Items included an American Express credit card she could use to pay her living expenses "she rang up $108,000 in charges in one year" on top of the $230,000 in other gifts he showered on her that same year, according to the court record.
The lawsuit does smack of bitterness. Williams claims Marzouki used him for his fame and fortune, according to court documents. Do the math: In one year he claimed he spent $1,123,000 on a fiancee who broke up with him just months after they'd become engaged.
On or about Jan. 21, 2013, defendant (Marzouki) unilaterally terminated the parties engagement. The termination of the relationship was caused solely by the defendant. Defendant never intended to marry plaintiff (Williams) and used the relationship as a means to get to plaintiff's money and acquire gifts.
WolfPackinDaHizzy4Shizzy.V2 May 6, 7:23 p.m.
michael jordan, wholeheartedly agrees with you.
as does, LT.
kato_karma.v5 May 6, 7:20 p.m.
Great guy, but he failed miserably off the football field this past season.
Some people make poor real estate decisions...and lose their aas.
Other people make poor domestic decisions...and lose their aas.
kato_karma.v4 Jan 22, 4:50 p.m.
Great guy, but he failed miserably on the football field this past season.
The new Buffalo coaching staff is struggling to find the right place for him.
Toddler10-21 Jan 2, 4:23 a.m.
Mario is a great guy. I have talked with him on numerous occassions. Just wish he would have stayed in Houston because they are a better team, and in the playoffs. Buffalo has a long way to go.
Unc r Hypocrits Jan 1, 8:21 p.m.
The spotlight on you is so bright, I need to don my shades. :)
Rameses Unchained Jan 1, 6:30 p.m.
Yeah, thats why they were pitching around A-Rod in the world series...NOT. You have been exposed on this one and the best thing you can do is admit that game planning and salaries don't have anything to do with each other. Bet many a D-coordinator had to plan for Adrian Petersen when he was under his first contract because HE WAS A BEAST. Wonder how many DCs are worrying about RW since he is the best bargain going considering bang for the buck. Bet many a O-coodinator had to take Kuechly in to account once he showed his stuff. In summary, you are about as wrong as a NASCAR team that puts 10 laps of fuel in for the final 20 laps of a race...which translates into you coming up...SHORT!!! Whaaaaaa!!!! Pwnd!!! Dang Chubs, I'm at starting QB of Smack Pro-Bowl level on this one, and you are the hapless DB I keep abusing for a 8 touchdown performance. Welcome to Smitty Island, MaroonedSAC!!!
kato_karma.v4 Jan 1, 1:52 p.m.
Back on topic.
Mario = no so soooper this year (after receiving that record-setting contract).
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