So yesterday we shared how there was talks of the Philadelphia Eagles being interested in making Brett Favre backup to Mike Vick and how Vick tweeted his approval of the idea, although he later went to delete the tweet.
When I posted the story yesterday, Twitter went into a comical uproar and it appeared as though many people would like Bret to mean it when he says he’s “retired”.
Eagle fans, what do you think? Would you like Brett to join Vick and the Eagles? We clearly see the fan’s vote in this picture.
Like it or not it is fun to talk about Brett Favre coming out of retirement. It has become an annual event like Woodstock.
The more this guys opens his mouth, tweets, and becomes a topic in the blogs, the more this guy irks me. Besides the fact of him twitpicing his reciepts from the club and spending $25k on bottles (*side eye), Desean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles recently fixed his mouth to call a radio call a gay slur.
Peep the audio of the call here. Continue reading Desean Jackson Calls Radio Callers a "Gay Ass F*ggot"
DeSean Jackson recently hung out with his Jaccpot crew at Rob Dyrdeks Fanstasy Factory. He made sure to sample all of the activites that the park has to offer. During the lockout, DeSeasn should look into BMX. He seemed to be enjoying himself on the ramps. I personally am too scared to do that. I will play Tony Hawk with a controller, but I’m not gettin out there on those ramps.
Desean seems to be having a blast, this is something he can afford to do, however dropping $25k at a club, not so sure about that.
Anyway, check the video out here. Continue reading Eagles WR DeSean Jackson Hangs out, Skate Boards and Go Karts at Fantasy Factory
Twitter isn’t for everyone and while many athletes are catching backlash and getting fined for the things they tweet, Donovan Mcnabb is not having it and says he is not a fan of Twitter. Guess we don’t need to hold on our breaths waiting on this guy to join the social network
McNabb, whose public and professional persona have taken their fair share of hits over the years, was in Chicago this weekend and was asked by ESPN 1000 of his thoughts about Twitter. This is what he had to say….. Continue reading Donovan Mcnabb Thinks Athletes Need to Get Off Twitter
Good players are determined by their technique. Great athletes are determined by their raw ability to perform in their sport of choice. Superstars are made by their influence inside and outside of the game. Legends rise from the ashes of their trials and mistakes. They thrive off of the thought of comebacks and attempt to avoid the moral victory.
When Plaxico Burress is released from prison on Monday, there is a cloud of uncertainty surrounding his return in the league and if he will be able to succeed as Michael Vick did. Unfortunately one of the things that both athletes have in common is that they both faced the prison system for a wide lack of judgment. Even though Burress should not have received the penalty he did for shooting himself, he still committed a crime, thus making himself vulnerable to the legal system, no matter how bias the sentence seemed.
Now, it is time for him to prove himself once again in the eyes of his peers, league owners and management as well as the fans who seemingly lost faith in the once productive Giants’ Wide Receiver. Now that Brandon Jacobs, NY Giants’ player, has somewhat confirmed that Plaxico will not be returning to NY to play alongside him, as reported by Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN New York, it is pretty safe to say that the majority thinks he will land in Philadelphia catching bullets from Vick.
“He isn’t coming to the Giants,” Jacobs added. “He’s got options. I would love for him to be a part of the Giants. I don’t think that is even on his plate.” Continue reading Plaxico Burress' Prison Release And Future In The NFL With Philadelphia Eagles