Minihane wondered if the hosts felt “dirty” looking at the photos, knowing they were stolen.
“I felt a little dirty doing it, but I did it anyway,” Callahan said. “They both looked awesome, I’m talking about Kate Upton and Justin Verlander.”
Added Callahan: “My reaction is the hacker guy, he’s anonymous, he’s on the run, the FBI’s chasing him, I want him to come right here, to 20 Guest Street, I want to hire him. Because we have people who can’t transfer a voice mail. This guy can break into the private accounts of famous actresses. … That guy, he’s evil, but he’s smart. That’s what we want, some smart, evil guy.”
Said Dennis: “I wonder if he’s doing something profitable with his life and this skill set.”
The hacker claims to have photos of 101 celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence.
“I will say this, Jennifer Lawrence has a young face. … Like the sixth time I looked, I started feeling a little disturbed. It was weird,” Minihane joked.
– Joan Rivers remains on life support in a New York City hospital after going into cardiac arrest last week. The 81-year-old was said to be undergoing throat surgery when she was stricken.
“She had a great life,” Minihane said. “It sounds like it’s going to end here in the next couple of days.”
Said Callahan: “Is [daughter] Melissa going to survive without her? Isn’t Melissa like 50 now. And they act like, ‘Oh my God, the poor orphan child.’ ”
TUESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Red Sox at Yankees, 7:05 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
Basketball: FIFA World Cup, United States vs. New Zealand, 11:30 a.m. (ESPN2)
Tennis: US Open, 11 a.m. (ESPN), 7 p.m. (ESPN)
Welker, who has suffered three diagnosed concussions since last November, ran routes as part of a practice for starters who did not play in Denver’s final preseason game on Thursday night.
Coach John Fox would not say if he expected to have Welker available for Sunday’s regular-season opener against the Colts.
“He’s still in the [concussion] protocol,” Fox said. “He’s still exercising. I feel good about his progress. We’ll keep you posted.”
Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll.
Welker was injured when he was drilled by Texans defensive back D.J. Swearinger after catching a pass and trying to duck the hit. Swearinger was penalized 15 yards, although the league later declared the hit unworthy of punishment.
Quarterback Peyton Manning, however, was penalized for getting in Swearinger’s face after the next play, receiving the first taunting penalty of his career and later an $8,268 fine.
The Texans in May picked up a fifth-year option that would pay Watt a salary of $6.969 million next season. The new deal, which runs through 2021, reportedly gives Watt an annual salary of $16.6 million — also an NFL record for a defensive player.
Watt has 36.5 sacks in three seasons. He was named 2012 Defensive Player of the Year one year after he was selected with the 11th pick in the draft.
Watt expressed his desire for a new deal during the preseason, although the Texans had no obligation to accommodate him.
The Astros were a franchise-worst 51-111 last year and entered Monday with the second-worst record in the American League at 59-79.
“I recognize that our win-loss record is largely a product of an organizational strategy for which I am responsible,” general manager Jeff Luhnow said in a statement. “Rather, I made this decision because I believe we need a new direction in our clubhouse.”
Added the GM: “What we will seek going forward is a consistent and united message throughout the entire organization. It is essential that as an organization we create an atmosphere at the major league level where our young players can come up and continue to develop and succeed.
“Ultimately, I am responsible for creating that culture, and I will do everything in my power to do so — even when it means making difficult moves like the one we made today.”
Porter, who previously served as third base coach for the Nationals, reportedly had developed a strained relationship with Luhnow.
“During my time in Houston I dedicated myself to do everything I could to help this organization win, in the short term and for the long term,” Porter said in a statement. “I am proud of what we were able to accomplish in Houston with an organization in transition. I’m gratified we were able to bring some excitement to this city as a result of our improvement from 2013 to 2014.”
Tom Lawless was called up from the minors to take over as interim manager.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Sept. 2, 2001, with Yankees pitcher Mike Mussina one strike away from a perfect game, which Red Sox pinch-hitter singled to center field?
7th round draft pick Michael Sam was trying to be the first openly-gay player in the NFL. With only 7 days to go before the season opener, the Rams released him on one of the last round of cuts.
[0:01:02] ... what's gonna do Browner how many penalties he's got to get those JeffFisher the rams my take away from what happened my. Sam is the rams. You know oil and -- is basically in the ... [0:06:06] ... other teams a look at look good outlook is happening to. To St. LouisRams the doubles the quote says that that JeffFisher house that institute based on his sexual orientation no. Listen guys getting yelled that it's gold about it head coach for saints ... [0:08:24] ... teams are scouting the featured senator -- -- Scott Peterson and the PhiladelphiaEagles game to buy those third fourth string guys. They can grab like this Kelsey quarles from that the -- aside native from ... [0:11:16] ... going to be the key component. To go to Houston exchange for AndreJohnson was always clearly very overrated and I think we said that back then it was gonna take more than Ryan mallet and. ...
The Patriots finally completed a deal that was speculated for weeks, when they traded back up QB Ryan Mallett to the Texans for a conditional 7th round pick. Mallett will be reunited with former New England quarterbacks coach Bill O'Brien.
[0:00:03] ... So when they get AndreJohnson. Mallet. That's coming right play every day -- gonna happen. It's been waiting for this whole time great is that when we first start our show was Netflix one of the -- talking points about us that how can we give up big time receiver AndreJohnson. Kevin Love. -- -- -- Not biggest barking out all for mallet PV. That's a -- master at that a couple of ... [0:02:10] ... and then let him go because you're holding onto extra insurance should TomBrady go down. You've got a guy that knows the system and I can go out and punt for a back up to ... [0:02:50] ... at ourselves for even thinking that he could be part of an AndreJohnson trade. This is all they're gonna get form that was never gonna happen given before that I mean. I don't think that's ... [0:03:21] ... know. So yeah I could see that plus he got the time AndreJohnson didn't look like he was too happy he wanted out. You know for guide Cheney you know new coach coming in trying to change everything and everybody on the same page don't want some one guy who's your best player cause of -- like a city. You know I could speed -- the -- after this pre season you listen to his value does not use it. Nosedive yes I don't. I was surprised at all that I mean. When they sent mallet from AndreJohnson it's that obvious to -- a lot more is that I never understood device bite people at time. Last couple years Americans think -- gonna -- this -- third round picks tonight -- get a second pick or third round pick -- saving the fifth round pick you should be happy. But it didn't shock me one bit the guy sat behind TomBrady he would great training camp we never really got into a game in the NFL 24 passes. There was nothing other than sitting behind TomBrady in effect the it was a third round pick to where. Any team -- NFL be drooling over Ryan now the goal ...