TWO BITS: Rainey robbed, Baker in CFL?

By Adam Silverstein
June 20, 2011

1 » The residence shared by Florida Gators redshirt seniors running back Chris Rainey and cornerback Moses Jenkins was burglarized Sunday morning, and both players had expensive items missing upon returning. According to The Gainesville Sun, Rainey’s BCS National Championship Ring was the most prominent item stolen; however, also taken when the house was “ransacked” were a television, PlayStation gaming system, Gucci duffel bag and 10 pairs of Jenkins’s shoes.

2 » Former Florida wide receiver Dallas Baker has found his way to the Canadian Football League and is currently taking part in workouts with the Montreal Alouettes. Though he is not officially on the roster yet, Baker is hoping to make an impression during the team’s exhibition finale on Wednesday and play in the CFL next year. “I feel like my career’s on the line,” Baker told the Montreal Gazette. “I have to go out and do all the details – catch every pass, complete my blocking assignments and give 110 percent every play. Even without the injury you have something to prove every day. No one remembers what you did on your last play. To me, every day is like a job interview.”

The former Pittsburgh Steelers pass catcher just wants a chance to prove he can play, even if it is not in the United States on the big stage of the NFL. “We all have dreams of being a star in the NFL and are prepared to do what it takes,” Baker said. “But I could have played 10 more years on special teams in the NFL and never made a catch, and I would have been able to sleep at night.”


  1. Alex says:

    lol @ men with more than 10 pairs of shoes

  2. cline says:

    Sux to lose the rings most, motivation to get another one this year??????

  3. vsherrel says:

    Like a wedding ring is replaceable.

  4. Mr2Bits says:

    F’ing hate thieves. I hope the person/s get caught and get the piss beat out of them!

  5. plg says:

    To the people who stole……. “Time to die b**ch”
    I kid, I kid

  6. Joe says:

    Does anyone know if the player’s name is inscribed on the ring?

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