After months of non-stop coverage, the deflate-gate saga has come to an end.
On Monday, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin was scheduled to have his annual check up.
ESPN baseball analyst and embodiment of your cantankerous uncle’s Facebook page Curt Schilling is in hot water for a dumb and offensive tweet that the retired pitcher posted on social media on Tuesday. The since deleted post included an image comparing Muslims to Germans in the 1940s. Needless to say, this didn’t go over well
This line has been deflated until further notice. pic.twitter.com/9InTGixrvk — Caesars Palace (@CaesarsPalace) August 25, 2015 Caesars Palace in Las Vegas was feeling a little frisky today, and took to Twitter to drop a joke about Deflategate. The casino posted an image of the latest line for the Steelers and Patriots game on Sept. 10th
Frank Kaminsky is the definition of “All of the Above”.
If there is a lesson to be learned here, it’s that Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith pays fairly close attention to what’s said about him online.
Donald Trump says preposterous things on social media. We all know that. Now, thanks to Josh Groban, we get to hear some of these tweets thrown into one beautiful song. Groban appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to sing the Trump ballad and of course, makes the tweets even more hilarious and absurd. Related Content Hilarious
In case it wasn’t abundantly clear that he couldn’t care less about what people think about him, Lakers star and curmudgeon Kobe Bryant took to Twitter on Monday to let all his critics and haters know that he DEFINITELY doesn’t pay attention to them. Because nothing says “I ignore my critics” like posting about your
Austin Rivers tweeted Friday that he’s better than many of the players who were on the court during Team USA’s Thursday scrimmage. Of course, that is not a smart statement. Twitter acted accordingly and ripped Rivers to shreds for the preposterous tweet. As expected, many of the tweets were absolutely hysterical. @AustinRivers25 #intoxicatedtweets pic.twitter.com/46NmYTdYie —
Austin Rivers is pretty confident about his basketball ability. Perhaps a bit overconfident. Team USA had a scrimmage Thursday night, and apparently Rivers wasn’t impressed with any of the players they had on the court as he claimed he was “straight up better” than most of them. Well, that’s just false. But it’s hard to
Whoever runs the Colts’ Twitter account didn’t really think this one through. Thursday, the account posted this tweet, which obviously raised some eyebrows and was the subject of some harsh jokes. Just in case you don’t get it, Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested for driving under the influence with a briefcase full of cash
Mallory Edens only tweeted two words but it was enough to remind Seattle basketball fans that their city was used as bait, again.