In order for a member of the media to be kicked out of a press box, he or she needs to act belligerent or engage in the type of conduct forbidden by the host organization or program. Screaming, cursing Cheap Baseball Jerseys and/or cheering typically qualify as such conduct.
By all accounts, The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Eagles insider, Jeff McLane, did none of the above. He was ejected from the press box at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.
Among those in Philadelphia’s press box during the Eagles’ win over the Cowboys was veteran writer Les Bowen, who covers the Eagles for the Philadelphia Daily News. Bowen not only provided a first-hand account of the incident, but he like almost all media members who populate Twitter took exception to the Eagles’ handling of McLane.
The circumstances are different than those in 2004, when Pittsburgh jumped on Big Ben when a couple of QB-needy teams including the forever QB-needy Browns decided to pass on the position. The Steelers didn’t exactly have the most stable starter in Tommy Maddox, compared to the future Hall of Famer in Roethlisberger they have now.
It seems, if Big Ben returns, quarterback would be more of a luxury pick. But the Steelers heard enough from Roethlisberger to make it more of a necessity.
The Cowboys weren’t all in looking for a replacement for an aging, beat-up Cheap Custom Hockey Jerseys Tony Romo, but they took the back door and stumbled into one with Dak Prescott in the fourth round. The Steelers can’t count on the same serendipity.
Pittsburgh needs to think all about Big Ben and all about QB early. Not doing so would be a big mistake.