“The profession is very hard-headed. It is a profession where historically someone has to die before there is change. It’s scary, but it’s true.”
Circle today in your diary; the day you heard the name Etene Nanai for the first time.
Kelce is a good player, and he's good at being funny, but sometimes, his emotions get the better of him.
Plus, the disappearing nuclear family and the Chiefs saga rolls on with a local politician saying she feels "very sorry" for "tempted" players.
I'd like to see society, and the people who pay their wages, expecting more of them, even if they are really good at chasing after a ball.
News of Zealand: the First Kiwi Olympic Medal at Rio and the Latest on the Chiefs Rugby Stripper Scandal
Also, David Bain gets nearly a million dollars but the Government won't say he's innocent, Helen Clark might not rule the UN after all and the sad tale of a lost baby orca.
Creating memories for the off season.
This week: The return of Dennis Pitta, the rise of Charcandrick West, and the massive torso of Rob Haverstein.
Three words that so many NFL coaches need to beat into their brains: Go. For. It.