Matt Leinart’s flag football league avoided paying $50,000 in rental fees for public fields this past spring by registering as a non-profit, an Orange County Register investigation has found, and will do so again next year. The big problem here is that the league is very much for-profit.
Vanessa Bryant's Instagram sometimes can be a valuable source of actual news. Today, it featured an image of these four photos, which were taken yesterday at a barbecue.
Look out Bay Area, here comes the party (and lifetime 57.6 completion percentage). Friend of the program, Matt Leinart is ready to move on from his backup role in Houston to a new backup role with the Oakland Raiders. According to Adam Schefter, Leinart will sign with the Raiders and immediately become the backup to…
Hey, remember that thing I wrote on Friday about the Texans storming their way to top seed in the AFC? And remember that game they won 37-9 on Sunday?
Matt Leinart, backup quarterback of the Houston Texans, can still make the ladies straddle and swoon, even without the aid of a beer bong. One reader sent us photos of Leinart once again doing his Leinart thing if only to show the world that he's still capable of doing that thing. Yeah, he is.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: consummate professional, Cardinals QB Matt Leinart.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like all you rummies out there who have merged St. Patrick's Day and March Madness into a sort of extended holiday—Hanukkah for drunks.
In sports, everybody is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like Tony Romo, who won the weekend by not making a complete spectacle of himself. When no one notices you, you're probably doing your job right.
Matt Leinart's week in Tampa will mostly be spent answering how it feels to piss away an opportunity or being pestered by entertainment reporter Maria Menounos about party-hopping. But remember — he's a changed man.
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So, the next few days will be chock full of end-of-year retrospectives. We'll do our own as well. Today: Road beef, etc.
It's the day after Thanksgiving! If you have any good sense, you're lying on the floor right now, surrounded by pieces of bird skin, dealing with a nog-throbbing brain and complete with a homicide-scene outline traced with pie crust. Congratulations on getting to this point. You've earned it. Now, how about some…
One of the most amusing parts of the whole "Costas Now" fiasco was when Cleveland Browns' wideout Braylon Edwards took the time to chime in (briefly) about his "take on blogs" and used the Matt Leinart post with Leitch's headline "Matt Leinart Is Taking His Offseason Film Work Quite Seriously" as his ammo. Edwards…
One particular joy this NFL offseason is to flip through the preseason guides and note all the references to the above Matt Leinart photo. Inevitably, it'll read something like, "Leinart had an offseason that pleased the ladies and the blogs more than it pleased the Cardinals coaching staff." I still think this is a…
It has been amusing, as we flip through the NFL season preview mags we keep buying — are they always out this early? — is that every single one of them mentions Matt Leinart's fun-loving beer bonging. As we said from the get-go, the reason those pictures took off was because they fit into an existing narrative: Matt…
This question was featured last week as part of Jeopardy!'s "College Championship" week. Does this mean that the photo of Matt Leinart beer-bonging his way to infamy has reached a certain level of news relevancy?
Matt Leinart's stupefying beer-bong partying and champagne-bottle fellatio did nothing to help his career as an NFL quarterback nor his promotional viability, but it did wonders for the Dirty.com. The site, once lost in the overly-crowded co-ed tit-flashing corner of the blog market, reached critical mass last week…