Miko Grimes is pissed and she wants everyone to know about it.
Every now and then Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce will answer a question or two that he gets on Twitter.
Former Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes has two Super Bowl rings to call his own thanks to the Giants’ Super Bowl victories over the New England Patriots.
The Los Angeles Lakers are currently one of the worst teams in basketball with a W-L record of 12-27 but that hasn’t put much of a dent in the team’s following.
Jim Harbaugh very recently set up his own official Twitter account and while the newly-hired Michigan head coach has picked up a ton of followers over a short time, he’s been more deliberate in following other accounts.
The general rule of thumb when it comes to Twitter bets is that if you make one, don’t be surprised if you’re forced to pay up, even if it seems outlandish.
ESPN reporter Darren Rovell has developed an interesting reputation over the last 10-plus years and grabbed more disgusted haters than anyone could count.
Skip Bayless is greeted by very angry critics every morning regardless of recent comments or opinions he’s made on TV or via social media. While this is nothing new, it appears that things are getting dicey.
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.
College athletics recruiting has certainly taken an interesting turn over the last decade but it’s unclear if the latest tactic from Clemson football can really be filed under recruiting.
Jets owner Woody Johnson either A) Struggles with Twitter or B) Really wants his GM John Idzik fired. Either way, a lot of people within the New York Jets organization are in hot water after another depressing season.
DeMarco Murray might miss Week 16 and fantasy owners have entered into “WHY ME?!?!?” mode.