With an opinionated and entitled society that could somehow manage to point out the flaws in a selfless charitable act, it is not surprising that people have serious bones to pick in the sports world.
Retired NFL running back Clinton Portis took to Twitter on Thursday afternoon to tell everyone that he was “experiencing racism”.
The Chicago Bears are reportedly adding another name to uncomfortably long list of starting quarterback since their last title in Super Bowl XX.
“I am writing sentences about this game because our word processing system doesn’t have poop emoji” pic.twitter.com/YOozhG1lJI — Neil Irwin (@Neil_Irwin) December 18, 2014
Last night, an episode of Top Chef aired which featured Rob Gronkowski.
The San Francisco 49ers recently made the decision to release defensive lineman Ray McDonald due to “a pattern of poor behavior” and they even took the extra step of removing a 2012 profile of McDonald from their website.
Jonathan Paul Manziel, aka Johnny, and James Richard Clausen, aka Jimmy, will be two of the 32 NFL starting quarterbacks in Week 16 and one guy seems to think if they were named John and Jim that success would be more easily attainable.
Brian Billick has accomplished quite a bit over his long career in football.
Fly Challenger, Fly! https://t.co/Ziru33TBsv — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 16, 2014 The Philadelphia Eagles were able to give people a literal bird’s-eye view of Lincoln Financial Field before Sunday’s Eagles-Cowboys game thanks to a bald eagle named Challenger.
Rob Gronkowski on Top Chef has to be the greatest cooking competition idea since… Top Chef.
Boogers have always held a special place in the unique world of sports.
How bad have things gotten for Jay Cutler and the Bears recently? Well, so bad that a local ABC7 sports anchor has called for the team’s front office to release the quarterback or…kill themselves.