Rajon Rondo was suspended one game for using a homophobic slur to a gay NBA referee, but should the NBA have been more harsh? The guys debate this and argue if you can compare this to the Donald Sterling incident a couple years back.
Tom Brady joined Dennis and Callahan with Minihane earlier this morning and the guys asked him about his relationship with Donald Trump. Glenn, Lou and Christian debate whether Brady should have to vocally support Donald Trump.
After getting Rodney Harrison to respond to recent criticism from Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, Glenn, Lou and Christian rips other media members who are much softer.
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Rodney Harrison joins Ordway, Merloni and Fauria and explains his feud with Panthers cornerback Josh Norman. Rodney says he's not afraid of Norman and if he wants to get personal they can meet up in the boxing ring.
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Porch Piracy is a quiet but growing epidemic in this country. And it’s eating away at the very pillars our civilization is built upon. When a man’s porch is no longer his castle, when the gifts he was too lazy to go to the store to actually purchase are no longer sacred, then nothing is sacred.
Which is why whichever homeowner did this is a hero. A true blue, parade worthy, have a White House dinner in his honor superhero. The kind of guy who should on t-shirts and have schools named after him. When that thief opened that box of dog poop, he didn’t just get a surprise. He got a big noseful of justice. Porch justice. Thank you, Porch Poop Vigilante, from a grateful nation.
PeopleStyleWatch – When you’re a 6-ft.-4-in., ridiculously good-looking quarterback with a supermodel wife and a couple major modeling contracts, you might expect some locker room teasing from your teammates. But New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has figured out the secret to keeping the mocking to a minimum: He gifts the whole team with comfy shoes. …
“[My teammates] are the biggest beneficiaries [of my modeling contract]! Every year they’re getting four or five pairs – the boots and the Ascot [slippers],” he says. “We’ll go out to practice on the grass and they’re all wearing their Ascots out on the [field] And I’m like ‘Guys! These are, like, for your house!”
Son of a nutcracker. Is there nothing Tom Brady cannot do? Now he’s even the MVP of Christmas. The world champion of gift giving. The Yuletide G.O.A.T. treating every Yankee Swap like it’s the postseason. Doing to the holiday what he did to the Seahawks defense in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, just laying waste of it and leaving nothing but his own awesomeness in his wake.
If you’re over the age of say, 35 or ever saw “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” you know Dan Marino only gave his linemen fricking Isotoner gloves. I’m pretty sure Joe Montana didn’t even send his teammates a Christmas card. And don’t quote me on this but I think I heard once that Peyton Manning just has the clubhouse attendant put some Papa John’s coupons in everyone’s locker. It takes a real leader of men to give sweaty, testosterone-fueled 300-pound rage monsters sensible footwear so warm and comfy they’d rather wear them on field turf than cleats.
And just to up the awesomeness quotient, later on in the interview Brady says his favorite gift ever was a BB gun he got as a kid. Of course it was. Because that would be the most all-American thing imaginable.
Tom Brady: Champion on the field, off the field, and even during Christmas.
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