Cowboys’ David Irving loses nipple ring during practice

David Irving’s decision to not remove his jewelry before hitting the field will undoubtedly haunt him.

The Cowboys defensive end on Tuesday tweeted that he lost his nipple ring during the team’s training camp practice.

I lost my nipple ring during practice today ??

Irving will miss the Cowboys’ first four games this season after being suspended in June for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. He admitted Monday that he didn’t realize the fitness supplement he was taking contained a Cheap European Soccer Jerseys banned substance, but he took responsibility for violating the league’s rules.

Irving, 23, recorded four sacks and added 17 tackles and four forced fumbles for Dallas in 2016. Entering his third season in the league, the Iowa State product was expected to compete for a starting job this year.

The result: The Marlins’ post-World Series fire sale is still, all these years later, just ridiculous. Most of the selling happened in the offseason, so we’ll just look at Piazza. On May 14, the Marlins traded Gary Sheffield, Charles Johnson, Bobby Bonilla, Jim Eisenreich and Manuel Barrios to the Dodgers for Todd Zeile and Piazza, the future Hall of Famer who only played five games before he was traded again, to the Mets. In that deal, the Marlins got back Preston Wilson (who had four solid seasons before he was traded) and two guys who never appeared in the majors for the team. Zeile played 66 games for the Marlins before he was traded that July to the Rangers for, you guessed it, two guys who never played in the majors. Yeah.

The result: This trade still haunts Mets fans. Seaver was a franchise legend, a fan favorite who was the heart and soul of the team, but clashes with the front office led to this deal. It’s not like the guys who came back Cheap Flag Football Jerseys were bad — Zachry had a 3.63 ERA in his time with the Mets and was an All-Star in 1978, Henderson was the 1977 NL Rookie of the Year and Flynn won a Gold Glove in 1980 — but they were no Tom Seaver.

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