The rumor mill has been buzzing about Brett Favre possibly joining Mike Vick in Philadelphia. There’s no indication that Brett is even interested in being backup to Vick in Philly, however Howard Eskin of WIP radio reported the Eagles have “some” interest in signing Favre, but no one is saying the interest is mutual.
“I would be honored to have Brett Farve as a backup. That will be amazing Learning how to toy with defenses the way he did his whole career,” Michael Vick wrote on Twitter, which it oddly appears he has deleted.
It’s odd to see Favre willing to take the backseat, but to each his own. Perhaps he is noticing that his age is catching up and carrying a team is alot on his shoulders. Either way, no speculation or anyone on Favre’s team saying that the interest is mutual but with the NFL Lockout coming to an end soon, it’ll be interesting to see what chess pieces are moved.
Our Sporty Chick this week is none other than the beautiful Pilar Sanders who was one of the stars on the short lived reality show “Football Wives”. Pilar is married to Former NFL legend Deion Sanders. I’d say this woman is a MILF, however I haven’t heard great reviews about her attidude.
Either way, check her out. And do you see that BODY!!
The quotatious and great Shaquille O’Neal held his retirement press conference at his home in Orlando,Fl. The big fella talks about his career, where the NBA stands without him, and what he’s doing as a retired NBA player.
If you were one of the few that missed it, check out the video and a few side notes when you read on. Continue reading Video: Shaquille O'Neal Retirement Press Conference
Despite his outlandish antics over the past years, now Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman has had his jersey retired in Detroit, where he won 2 out of his five Championship titles with the Pistons. Rodman claims he doesn’t deserve to have his jersey retired. What do you think?
When told of the honor Rodman responded, “I thought it was an April Fools’ joke when they called me about it the first time,” Rodman said. “I was shocked. I don’t think I should have my jersey retired because I was probably the fifth most important guy on those teams.” Unlike most players, Rodman doesn’t receive his recognition for scoring, but moreso his contribution to defense and ability to snag boards. From 1991 until his retirement in 2000, Rodman never averaged fewer than 11.3 rebounds per game in any season. Rodman was the reason the Pistons were the team they were in the late 80’s early 90’s.