Former Trinity High School and University of Louisville football star Reggie Bonnafon joined me on 840WHAS to talk about his workout regimen during the coronavirus quarantine affecting the world. Who guessed that hot yoga would be a leading exercise for this NFL player? Reggie loves it but some of his burly football friends are not fans. .@Panthers RB @RelentlessReg1 joined me to talk quarantine workouts, @NFL job duties, his 59 yard touchdown romp vs @Jaguars, UofL alums @TeddyB_h2o @jmill_70 joining up, & new @UofLFootball leadership 🏈 @840WHAS audio🎙 https://t.co/gCEPlZd703 #NFL #GoCards @GoRocks #Louisville pic.twitter.com/gAIXeAMejX— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) April 9, 2020
Tom Brady tried to get the wildcard W, but Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry slapped it away from him #TENvsNE pic.twitter.com/8eSqDm4bOz— BetOnline.ag (@betonline_ag) January 5, 2020 The Patriots dynasty of cheating and arrogance ended with a thud last night. The Tennessee Titans beat the New England Patriots in an AFC wildcard playoff game. Bill Belichick was cursing, Tom Brady was sullen. The Boston area crowd was silenced. Many think that the 6 time Super Bowl Champion quarterback and his surly head coach are breaking up. Belichick is fine but his QB will turn 43 before next season. Bye bye, Tom Brady. Leave the goat parked out back. Lamar Jackson will be by to pick it up later. tom brady and the
Coach LaFleur gave @AaronRodgers12 the game ball after he posted a perfect passer rating & 6 total TDs in the win over the Raiders! #OAKvsGB | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/1PHimqOrUU— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 20, 2019 The Green Bay Packers are thundering through this season with first year head coach Matt Lafleur. Aaron Rodgers has been magnificent, soaring on a trajectory even beyond his Super Bowl victory season a few years ago. “It is incredible, absolutely incredible, what he did today.”@AaronRodgers12 had 6 total TDs & posted the franchise’s first perfect passer rating of 158.3 vs. the Raiders 📰 https://t.co/g5bCKQD0I1— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 21, 2019 #GoPackGo
The Dallas Cowboys were once known as America's team but their 1990s success has settled into consistently average performances. TV ratings get a bump whenever the Cowboys or Packers are featured, and both teams have great support on road games. So what happened this season when the two powerhouse franchises met? You already know that the Cowboys just lost again to the Green Bay Packers, the REAL America's team. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' record is 7-2 versus the Dallas Cowboys, including multiple wins in Dallas. Add in another Aaron (Jones) and the Cowboys are helpless against the Double A Train. Early season fears that Rodgers was not seeing eye-to-eye with first year Packers coach Matt LaFleur have been put to rest. Rodgers clearly
Jump out of an airplane and sail right into Arrowhead Stadium without any risk of injury. It's as though you are tethered to this U.S. Army Special Ops paratrooper as you sail back to earth. Skydiving into Arrowhead Stadium!The U.S. Army Special Ops Command Black Daggers Parachute Team soars into #ArrowheadStadium before the #Chiefs beat the Cardinals @USASOCNews #ChiefsKingdom #fox4kc pic.twitter.com/Wncmy4K3fC— Jason Lamb (@jasonlambkc) November 11, 2018 It's pretty cool to see how he turns one revolution to position himself for entry into the stadium, even doing one sweeping slalom turn to eat up more altitude before the final approach to the field. Great stuff. And he didn't have to mess with any slurred-speech air traffic controller to navigate his
The founder of Papa John’s pizza company admitted using the N-word during a recent media training exercise. The slur was reported on Forbes.com and “Papa John” Schnatter was quickly removed as chairman of the Louisville-based company. The University of Louisville then removed Schnatter from its board of trustees, scrubbed his name from the business school, and Papa John’s pizza no longer retains naming rights to the Louisville football stadium. Papa John’s immediately bleached Schnatter’s image from all of its marketing materials. Ousted Papa John’s founder’s defense. John Schnatter: ‘Pushed’ to use racial slur: https://t.co/pjtKebVhh5 @ztkiesch reports. pic.twitter.com/8aUbErC1p8— Good Morning America (@GMA) July 15, 2018 The University of Kentucky then announced it would remove the Schnatter name from its
Join L.A. Rams (and former UofL football) ⭐️ offensive tackle Jamon Brown & many sports celebs for an April 9 ??♂️golf tourney at Lake Forest Country Club. Jamon was once homeless, thus all proceeds go to the Louisville Coalition for the Homeless. Get details at jbrownfoundation.com ? Here is our radio chat: #TheCreekRises #FernCreekHigh #Louisville #NFL Jamon Brown at work
Five-time Super Bowl champs the New England Patriots visited the White House yesterday. Some players choose to politicize the moment by announcing that they won't attend to show opposition to President Donald Trump. The New York Times tweeted comparison photos from 2017 to the Patriots' last visit in 2015 when Barack Obama was in office. Patriots' turnout for President Obama in 2015 vs. Patriots' turnout for President Trump today: https://t.co/OxMEOqZonI pic.twitter.com/pLmJWhOw1j— NYT Sports (@NYTSports) April 19, 2017 One problem. The arrangements were significantly different but left out of the N.Y. Times demeaning visual comparison. These photos lack context. Facts: In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs. In 2017, they were seated on the South Lawn. https://t.co/iIYtV0hR6Y— New England Patriots
Some people believe in selective segregation. There are times when they want to be fully vested Americans afforded all of its freedoms, and times when they want to be considered a special separate class that demands nuanced, preferential considerations. See: white supremacists, militant feminist causes, the Congressional Black Caucus, anti-government groups, and many more. That Latin phrase on currency reads: e pluribus unum -- from many, one (unless there is an advantage to boost just a portion of the pluribus, then to hell with the one). If anyone complains about a selective segregationist attitude, they are usually met with a flurry of outrage from SJW, self-proclaimed pure hearted Social Justice Warriors. (The very people who claim they "don't judge people"
The Indianapolis Colts needed a boost to catch up with the New England Patriots. Colts coach Chuck Pagano called for a fake punt. It was, uh, fake alright. Colts fans, football fans, and even casual observers were flummoxed. The University of Maine tweeted an example of how a similar play helped them win an overtime game in 2011.