So, in case you didn’t notice, the Ray Rice elevator video release dominated news this week, but life and drama in the sports world did go on. Here are the top 6 you may have missed this week.
Everyone’s taking up the ice bucket challenge. But some people in the sports world need ice water dumped on them.
You would think they could afford a stylist…
Chris discussed Actor Jason Biggs apology on the View for comments he made on Twitter after the Malaysian Airlines tragedy last week, Former NFL Coach Tony Dungy saying he would not have drafted Michael Sam and the future of Philadelphia’s beer gardens. He took calls on whether President Obama should’ve changed his schedule after the plane crash and Israel’s invasion into Gaza.
TMZ Sports caught up with LeSean McCoy and asked the Eagles running back, among other things, who he thought was the best NFL free agent right now.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed a Knicks fan mocks Wes Welker, Tim Tebow goes commercial and watch while New Yorkers show Joe Buck how they really feel.
There are many who question whether Tim Tebow will ever play football again. Perhaps he’d be better served predicting it, rather than attempting to play it.
Eagles’ wide receiver DeSean Jackson says Tim Tebow is not good enough to play in the NFL.
Tebow is a favorite to make the Patriots, but unlikely to score more than one touchdown, odds say.
Philadelphia Soul part owner Ron Jaworski said on Wednesday he was serious about his offer to former New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow to join the AFL team.
The Philadelphia Soul have offered Tim Tebow a contract.
by @TaraLipinsky In this week’s That Thing You Missed, evidence sporting events should get rid of the “kiss cam,” Julio Borbon is a bad actor, Tim Tebow’s supporters have reached a new low and […]
Despite lack of success on the field, Tim Tebow remains the most influential athlete in America.
Indoor football team the Omaha Beef offer Tim Tebow a contract to play for $75 a game.
Chris details the events of the explosions at yesterday’s Boston Marathon. He talks to Police Chief Charles Ramsey about Philadelphia’s readiness to deal with such an attack, and Malvern resident Will Mullen, who ran in the race. He also talks to Andrew McCarthy, from National Review, about the media jumping to conclusions and also to James Hirsen from Newsmax about Saturday Night Live’s handling of the debate over gun control.