Brazilian winger Kenedy has been a promising young player in Chelsea’s system for a few years now, but after a disappointing, limited 2016-17 campaign, he would have been hoping to make an impact during the club’s preseason tour of Asia.
Golfer Greg Norman wanted to share the news of his horses trying to breed, so he uploaded this video of his horses actually committing the act for the world to see. The world would have taken The Shark at his word, but the transparency is appreciated.
It was awfully hard not to be impressed by 24-year old motocross biker Kyle Katsandris, who wowed the internet (the police, not so much) by jumping over the 60 freeway in Riverside County, California last month. Unfortunately, Katsandris pulled another jump stunt this weekend, and it didn’t go well. At all.
Digital security and its discontents—from Hillary Clinton’s emails to ransomware to Tor hacks—is in many ways one of the chief concerns of the contemporary FBI. So it makes sense that the bureau’s director, James Comey, would dip his toe into the digital torrent with a Twitter account. It also makes sense, given…
In the wee hours of the morning, on the second day of free agency, Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo’s Instagram announced that he’d be leaving New England. Could it be true? Did the Pats actually pull the trigger and trade their future for a buttload of picks? Maybe not, because someone deleted it.
Nusret Gökçe owns a chain of Nusr-Et steakhouses, with locations in Turkey and one in Dubai. Because of his unique, tender, sensual preparation of his meat—many examples can be found on his Instagram—he’s recently become something of a meme on the American internet.
Adrien Broner suggested that he would harm himself at 3 p.m. today in images posted to his Instagram, although he is reportedly safe and okay.
Buffalo Bills linebackers Jerry Hughes and Zach Brown missed the first team bus for today’s game against the Ravens, so they called an Uber instead. From Hughes’s Instagram, geotagged somewhere on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway:
Evidently bored with the regular non-contact version of rock-paper-scissors, the Detroit Tigers added more physical comedy to the game today. Shortstop José Iglesias chose paper, and came out on the losing end.
Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto’s horse died, according to his Instagram. For proof, he shared photos of the horse, dead. Two photos, to be exact.
Contract negotiations between Von Miller and the Denver Broncos aren’t going anywhere. Miller wants to be paid like one of the best defensive players in the league, and the Broncos don’t seem willing to admit that he’s worth more guaranteed money than Olivier Vernon. The team made things worse when it leaked the…
Twelve weeks ago, Steelers linebacker James Harrison documented one of his random PED tests on Instagram. It wasn’t very incisive; he showed his followers where he pissed and who watched him to make sure he wasn’t using someone else’s pee. He was tested again this week, but this time around, he received pushback from…
Laremy Tunsil was a presumptive top-five pick before tonight’s NFL Draft, but he fell to the Miami Dolphins at #13 after a video of someone who appears to be him smoking out of a gas mask was posted to Tunsil’s Twitter account. Now, things have gotten worse.
Nicklas Bendtner has always been, let’s say, a vibrant character. A few years ago, he whipped his dick out and tried to hump a taxi, UEFA fined for wearing the wrong underwear, and he’s been arrested for trying to kick down a door in his own apartment building because he wanted to go swimming. Bendtner is truly a free…
One day after the Carolina Panthers clobbered the Arizona Cardinals to earn a trip to the Super Bowl, head coach Ron Rivera cited folk wisdom by way of explaining how he wanted his team to avoid complacency and understand that the point isn’t to make it to the title game, but to win it. It didn’t make a lot of sense.
Lakers head coach Byron Scott has a reputation to uphold. Not as a smart or even competent NBA coach, but as a tough-talkin’, no-nonsense, these-goddang-kids-and-their-goddang-iGoogles hard ass. This is why, if you get feisty in his Instagram mentions, you might get challenged to a fight.
Blake Griffin, who was already recovering from a quadriceps injury, will be out for approximately four to six weeks with a broken hand after fighting with a Clippers staffer at a restaurant in Toronto earlier this week. According to USA Today’s Sam Amick, the other person involved in the fight is assistant equipment…
When Antonio Brown suffered a concussion in Saturday’s playoff game from linebacker Vontaze Burfict’s hit, Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones thought the Steelers receiver was embellishing it. Jones said he would only apologize for calling Brown a faker if the wideout wasn’t able to play Sunday against the Broncos. With…