Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

Terrelle Pryor has no problem keeping up with Antonio Brown during offseason workout

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

Having a workout buddy is good. Having a workout buddy who's a three-time All-Pro and who churns out 100-catch seasons like Michael Bay churns out dreadful Transformers sequels, however, is better. It's that second kind that Terrelle Pryor has chosen to spend time with recently.

Ron Howard Talks Han Solo Movie & ‘Star Wars’ Universe – Cannes Lions

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

UPDATED With Ron Howard Tweets One day after he was confirmed to be directing Disney/Lucasfilm’s untitled Han Solo movie, Ron Howard appeared on the main Palais stage here at Cannes Lions. In a discussion alongside New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, there were many subjects touched upon, but the audience was clearly clamoring for comment from Howard on his new gig. Smiling, he called his first foray into the Star Wars universe, “A little opportunity that came my way.” (In one of two tweets – see both below – Howard says he hopes “to honor the great work already done” on the Han Solo movie).

Patriots WR Malcolm Mitchell gets a new deal . . . with Scholastic Books

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Second-year Patriots receiver Malcolm Mitchell already had a children's book published before he was drafted last year. Now he has a three-book deal with children's book publisher Scholastic.  The three books will include a newly-illustrated edition of his self-published first crack at the children's book genre, "The Magician Hat," according to the Associated Press. That will come out in May of next year and be followed up by two more original works.  Mitchell has been a children's literacy advocate since before joining the Patriots. That he joined a reading club -- made up mostly of women twice his age or more -- was quickly seized upon by multiple media outlets in the build-up to last year's

Shirtless Rob Gronkowski reportedly runs up over $100K bar tab at Foxwoods club

Monday, June 19th, 2017

MASHANTUCKET, Conn. — New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had what appeared to be an epic Saturday night with rapper Flo Rida at a swanky club in Foxwoods, and reportedly ran up a bar tab that's bigger that what most people in Massachusetts would earn in an entire year. Shrine Nightclub shared a video of Gronkowski doing everything that you might imagine the 6 foot 6 inch, 28-year-old party boy might do. The video shows a shirtless Gronk letting loose at the event hosted by the singer Flo Rida. shows he apparently ran up a $102,407 bar tab at the club. The receipt shows $27,000 was spent on 15 bottles of Dom Perignon Rose, $18,000 for 18 bottles of Ace of Spades Rose and more than $10,000

Richard Sherman rips story that portrayed a rift with Russell Wilson

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

The story described in detail, often through anonymous sources, how Seahawks players felt Wilson was being given preferential treatment. Specifically, cornerback Richard Sherman was cited as having a rocky relationship with Wilson. Not only did Sherman deny there’s any problem, he went on a long rant about the story by Seth Wickersham.

Eli Manning thinks Odell Beckham Jr. is handling things well

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Being the son and brother of NFL quarterbacks, hijacking your rookie draft, and playing in the biggest media market will do that for a guy. “Everybody’s got to kind of grow with the times, and things have changed,” Manning said, via Justin Tasch of the New York Daily News. “The NFL’s changed, social media, all that’s changed since I’ve been a New York Giant.

U2 brings concert tour to Arrowhead Stadium in September

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Irish rock group, U2, announced Tuesday it would bring its "The Joshua Tree Tour 2017" to Kansas City in September. The concert is set for Sept. 12. Tickets for the show will go on sale to the public at noon Monday, with Chiefs-specific presales beginning this Friday. Chiefs media reported that the September's show will be the U2's third visit to iconic Arrowhead Stadium. Ticket prices start at $35. All special Chiefs presales will take place on Friday. The Jackson County resident presale will open at 11 a.m. on Friday while a presale for Kansas City Chiefs Season Ticket Members, corporate partners and Arrowhead Stadium suite members will start at noon on Friday. The presale

Video shows Leonard Williams breaking up dispute

Sunday, June 4th, 2017

New York Jets defensive lineman Leonard Williams appeared to break up a dispute between a man believed to be teammate Darron Lee and an unidentified woman Saturday night at a musical festival in New York. In video posted to Twitter by an eyewitness, Williams, 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, forcibly removed the man, believed to be Lee, from an apparent altercation, pushing him 15 feet away from the woman. Earlier Saturday, Williams posted to Instagram a video of him and Lee at the festival.

Richard Sherman calls story of friction in locker room “nonsense”

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is denying a report that he and quarterback Russell Wilson aren’t seeing eye to eye, and that the differences between the two are emblematic of the friction between Seattle’s offense and defense. Sherman told SiriusXM NFL Radio that the story isn’t true. Can never put much gravity of things like that,” Sherman said.

‘Survivor’ winner revealed; Brad Culpepper still makes family, Syracuse proud

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Syracuse University got a lot of screen time on the 34th season of "Survivor," even though the entire show took place on an island in Fiji. Brad Culpepper, a former NFL tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears, became a Central New York favorite on "Survivor: Game Changers" when he wore a Syracuse hat throughout the reality competition. He made it all the way to the final episode, battling Troy "Troyzan" Robertson, Sarah Lacina, Brad Culpepper, Tai Trang, Aubry Bracco and Cirie Fields for the $1 million grand prize. Culpepper ended up being one of three finalists, along with Robertson and Lacina, largely because Culpepper won five immunity challenges throughout