I can’t wait for Eagles training camp, when Chip Kelly makes Vick carry a football with him at all times, The Program-style, while other Eagles constantly try to knock it out of his hands in the cafeteria, during film sessions, and even in the locker room. Luckily, Vick will be sleeping 12 hours a night, so it won’t be that tough.
That’s going to result in an audit. Just a guess.
Is this the best way to share your feelings? Yes. Yes, it is.
Philadelphia Eagles guard Evan Mathis responds to the recent IRS scandal by urinating (or fake urinating) on an IRS sign. This is how you change the world, people.
“Audit this,” says NFL player Evan Mathis.
“These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.”
And Tim Tebow now has some competition for the backup QB job to Mark Sanchez…
LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!!
To the 2013 NFL Draft Class,
This is the weekend your life will change forever. You’ve come this far. You’ve finally reached the next step of your journey.
It took dedication, sacrifice, and hard work beyond what you may have ever imagined to get here. Now you’re joining the proud ranks of the NFL. Wilson, as American made as the league itself, will be the only game football you use from here on out.
Wilson has been part of the greatest moments in all of the NFL and now it’s your time.
We’re proud to welcome you to the Wilson family.
Very classy move by Wilson.
I love the NFL Draft. A definite highlight on my sports calendar. However, one of the things that I don’t enjoy, is what seems like the unnecessary focus on players like Geno Smith sitting in a Green Room, seemingly squirming to the delight of TV producers who are putting on a glorified sports reality show.
Then a company like Wilson, so deeply entrenched in the tradition of the NFL for so many years, reaches out to Smith & the rest of his draft class & it restores a good bit of the sportsmanship & humanity in the sport we all love so much.
Kudos to Wilson & their President, Chris Considine.
Aaaand finally, with the last pick of the first round, reigning champs the Baltimore Ravens went defense (natch) by taking Safety Matt Elam out of Florida.
With Bernard Pollard and Ed Reed moved on, the Ravens needed a spot filled in their safety corps. Oh, and just a side note, the last time the Ravens took a safety in the first round, was in the 2002 Draft, when they picked up Ed Reed himself. If Baltimore gets even half the man Reed is out on the field, they did themselves pretty good.