Typical Jets/Giants with Le’veon Bell/OBJ Transactions

It’s a tale of one city and two teams. (Well, more like state as in New Jersey and not New York City.) The New York Giants have always been an organization that doesn’t put up with any bullshit from their players and in most cases, they get rid of the ‘me-first’ or questionable behavior players at the first opportunity. Examples include Plaxico Burress and Brandon Jacobs. (One major exception was Lawrence Taylor and the only reason why he stuck around as long as he did was because of Bill Parcells.)

The New York Jets, on the other hand, are akin to a halfway house or rehabilitation center for players who have worn out their welcome elsewhere and come to town with excess baggage. Where do we start? Braylon Edwards, Santonio Holmes and Isiah Crowell are three that jump off the page and the (Same Old) Jets are also infamously known as a place where a player can basically get away with anything without repercussion from the head coach, front office or ownership. Just look back at Sheldon Richardson, Robby Anderson, Dylan Donahue and Darron Lee.

So in typical moves for both teams, this week the Jets brought in a high-paid asshole while the Giants rid themselves of one.

Odell Beckham, Jr. has been one hell of an exciting player for the G-Men, but his antics have kept adding up and he was traded to the Cleveland Browns for first and third round picks and linebacker Jabril Peppers. Obviously having second thoughts on extending OBJ just over a year ago for five years at $90 million, the Giants were so intent on dumping the mercurial wide receiver that they are fine with eating multi-millions (from his signing bonus and now-dead salary cap money).

The Pittsburgh Steelers are much like the Giants, shedding their roster of talent when it begins to become a problem. The aforementioned Holmes won the Super Bowl MVP and was traded to the Jets that same offseason and that is minor compared to what they did this past year. Star running back Le’veon Bell held out all season long and then wideout Antonio Brown was dealt to the Oakland Raiders (another team like the Jets, welcoming castoffs like an old widow bringing in stray cats).

So of course Bell – who became a free agent – got from the Jets what he wanted all along from the Steelers in the form of a long-term deal with a shitload of guaranteed money… exactly what a 27-year-old running back who hasn’t taken a hit since January of 2017 deserves, right? And one that has been arrested and suspended before for substance abuse violations, no less.

Bell inked a four-year, $52.5 million contract ($35 million guaranteed) to join a Jets squad that just hired Adam Gates  – who bombed out in Miami – to lead the way as their new head coach.

These scenarios are going to end the way they always do – the Giants sacrificed talent for morals and will be better in the long run, while the Jets made another desperation move without looking at character.

Anyway, #FuckTheNFL.

mSm Family Nuclhed Arnold Expo Booth, Rob Matters Insulin Pin, LFC – MSTV

MSTV is our flagship weekly variety program which features what we like to call our ‘host of hosts.’ Segments include:

*Interview with mSm Family member Wayne “Nuclhed” Martin at the mSm/Country Crush/USAA booth at the 2019 Arnold Classic

*Highlights from Radio Row at the Media Center during Super Bowl 53 Weekend in Atlanta

*Interview highlights – Dr. Tony Huge at the LA Fit Expo

*”Bio Hacker TV” with The Rob Matters

*”Lingerie Fighting Championships”

Season 3, Episode 9



Lee Priest Physique Critique


MuscleSport Magazine is offering our readers not only the opportunity to get their photo and names in a print (and accompanying digital) publication, but also to have none other than LEE PRIEST give you a full critique of your physique.

Starting with the Volume 10, Number 1/2019 issue, “The Priest Holds Mass” column will feature ‘Physique Critique,’ where Priest will choose a number of submissions and let them know exactly where they stand, physique-wise.


E-mail your photograph to joe@musclesportmag.com and please include the following:


*Years training

*Cycle (if applicable) – optional


Both male and female entries will be considered. Thick skin required…