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Donald Brashear Has a Blog

Brash and friends. (Toni L. Sandys - TWP)

Wow, two in a week. First Chris Cooley, now Donald Brashear. Dmitri Young simply has to be next.

Anyhow, this is called a soft launch or something, but is up and running, complete with some sort of cartoon image of Brashear's head up top. Very nice. The current attraction is the inaugural Don Brashear NHL Playoff Pool, a free contest with a generous cash prize, and you only have until tomorrow night to enter, so get your picks in. Brashear is fronting the money himself in an effort to draw some readers.

Eventually there will also be ticket giveaways, and Brashear said he'll "try to blog a little bit later on when I have more time. Gives me something else to do," he said.

The site also promises the chance to face Brashear in online poker, and a gallery of his greatest hits, but neither feature is yet available.

(As for Cooley, his 20 Questions feature from last night is well worth a look, since it includes passages like this description of a possible rumble between him and his bride-to-be and Tony Romo/Jessica Simpson:

The tag team match would start off with Christy and Jessica in the ring. Someone would come out of the stands with a cooler of beer and a couple of stools for Tony and I. We would proceed to sit ringside and high-five while clothes were furiously ripped off. In my world the match would end in Jes tapping out to a vicious choke hold, and I wouldn't be surprised if Christy dropped an elbow on her before she poured beer all over herself to celebrate.

Also, his favorite beer is Bud Light. Naturally.

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 8, 2008; 3:23 PM ET
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