There is nothing that the rumor mill loves more than happy couple--just ask Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his girlfriend Olivia Munn. Over the last couple weeks we have heard that the happy duo is on the rocks, and that the trouble between the two could be over jealousy. So--are they?
Who the heck knows, but they must be if the next rumor is true. According to TerezOwens Rodgers is planning on popping the question when the two are on vacation in Italy next week.
Chances are good that this could be the last season for San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates. So when the news came down that he is going to be suspended for the first four games of the season really sucks for him and the fans. However, it could actually be a good thing for the San Diego Chargers.
They will get a chance to see if Ladarius Green can be the man (or not).
Guys--you will probably understand what Chicago Cubs outfielder Chris Coghlan was going thorough during Thursday's game. Sometimes when your junk is sitting the wrong way you have to do something about it right then and there. It doesn't matter where you are either. When your junk is messed up you have to fix it.
You may not want to do it on national television and so vigorously like him...
If you are going to be involved in sports at a competitive level you are going to end up having to spend a good amount of time in the gym lifting weights. Doesn't matter if you play football, baseball, basketball, volleyball, or run track. Being stronger and more physically fit is only going to help your game.
However, working out can be drag sometimes and feel more like a job. That just sucks. It should be something you want to do and look forward to doing. Dare I say it--it should be fun. I don't think I have ever seen anyone have more fun in the weight room than the Ball State football team.
Hazing is not as common as it once was in the NFL, but from time to time it still happens. As the years go by we hear more and more stories about what guys have done or did do back in the day. Occasionally the stories come straight from the horse's mouth, but usually it's one guy telling a story about another.
Like former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall did recently. While he did not say who the poor rookie was he did say who the hazer was--Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
The wait is over for fans of the San Antonio Spurs. They finally got word of what the future entails for their longtime superstar, The Big Fundamental, Tim Duncan. Will he come back for another year or will he be calling it a day? Well--as it turns out the man is coming back! After sitting down with Gregg Popovich on Wednesday he told the local press in San Antonio Thursday that he will return for season No. 19.
The question now is whether or not Lamarcus Aldridge will be in the lineup with him.
Returning from an injury is always tough. It doesn't matter if it was only a week off or 14 months like Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez (for Tommy John surgery). Fernandez made his return to the mound Thursday afternoon after being gone for over a year, and he certainly made it a memorable one.
His first pitch (seen below) looked pretty sweet).
There is a very good reason why tennis superstar Roger Federer is ranked No. 5 on Forbes' list of top paid athletes for 2014-15. The man made around $9 million for his work on the court, but cleaned house in endorsements making $58 million (top paid sports endorser in the world). There is a very good reason why he is paid so much to endorse products. The man is freaking good!
How else can you explain him making a between the legs shot during his match at Wimbledon--and it worked!