Wes Welker has been the topic of debate in NFL circles for the past few weeks after suffering his fourth concussion in less than a year, with some calling for him to retire from the NFL. Well the NFL has given Mr. Welker a break for the first four games of the NFL season, but it has nothing to do with his concussions.
The 2014-2015 NFL season is right around the corner and Super Bowl XLIX will be here before we know it. February 1, 2015 will be here sooner then you expect which leads to the question, “Who will be performing at the biggest concert of the year?”
If they are going for current acts there are four artists who I could legitametely see performing at “the big game.”
The Ice Bucket Challenge has been making its rounds on the internet to raise awareness for ALS, also known as, Lou Gehrig’s disease. The viral trend was started by a father and son in Massachusetts and has quickly spread through the sports, music and entertainments industries.
Teachers and students all over the country prepping for the first day of school over the next couple weeks. Well, I am not sure someone could have a worst first day than 49 year old, Lorie Ann Hill, who showed up for the first day of school, drunk and pants-less. She is our Jeanius of the Week
Music’s biggest night, the 2015 GRAMMY Awards are about six months away, but like I’ve done for the past couple years I am going to go out on a limb and make (number) BOLD predictions for the show! October 31, 2013 – September 30, 2014 are the eligibility dates for the 2015 show:
While out promoting his new movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, which just happens to be the number one in the country, actor Chris Pratt made a stop by Eminem‘s Shade 45 station on Sirius/XM radio. While on with DJ Whoo Kid, the subject of which rappers Pratt listens to when Pratt decided to show Whoo Kid his skills, and it just happened to be Whoo Kid’s boss.
Jimmy Kimmel is one of better late night hosts in the talk game right now, and he is known for some pretty cool skits; like having celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, well on last nights episode he had the mother of rapper Tyga read the lyrics to her sons hit single “Rack City.”
As the media, regular and sports, reacts to the two game suspension that Ravens running back Ray Rice was handed the other day, it seems like some beef is taking place between two prominent ESPN personalities. On this mornings episode of ESPN First Take Stephen A. Smith took an interesting take on the issue that has angered his colleague and SportsNation co-host Michelle Beadle.