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Reche Caldwell's Eyes


A sampling of the most creative lines concerning new Redskin WR Reche Caldwell's peepers:

Gene Frenette, Florida Times-Union: "Speaking of Caldwell, those freaky bug eyes that resemble runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks ought to be worthy of a commercial endorsement. Maybe Geico can poke fun at Caldwell's dropped pass when no Colts defender was covering him and say: 'So easy a caveman could have done it.' "

Ha!

Slack LaLane: His wide-open bungles begot wide-eyed stares, and thusly he's earned the unflattering nickname 'The Runaway Bride.' "

Ha!

Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel: "Eyes Wide Open: The new movie starring Reche Caldwell."

Ha!

Dan Shaughnessy, Boston Globe: "And then it was over about the same time we first noticed those Calvin Schiraldi eyes inside the facemask of Reche Caldwell."

Ha!

Saved By The Blog: "Seriously, those things freak me out."

Ha!

Boston Herald Staff: "The Colts' offensive numbers in the second half of Sunday's AFC Championship Game win against the Patriots leave your eyes popping like Reche Caldwell's."

Ha!

Jags Message Board: "Anybody know what is wrong with Reche Caldwell's eyes. Are they fake? Look like their about to explode out of his eyes. does he use scent to find the ball. Gator scrub."

Ha!

Deadspin: "Brady finds Reche Caldwell alone in the endzone, and... Reche Caldwell drops it. Says Phil Simms, "The eyes did not go down." Well, they tried, but his eyes are so damn big that it takes 30 seconds for them to move. I mean, the earth doesn't spin in a matter of seconds."

Ha!

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 12, 2007; 1:04 PM ET
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