The New York Jets are saying goodbye to Tim Tebow, releasing him after just one season. It seems Tebowmania is officially over.ESPN New York, “Unfortunately, things did not work out the way we all had hoped. Tim is an extremely hard worker, evident by the shape he came back in this off-season. We wish him the best moving forward.”
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Much to the consternation of women all over the world, Masters winner Adam Scott is taken.
WAG-watching season has officially commenced!
Hot wives and girlfriends (WAGs) were out in full force this week as their golfer beaus competed in the 2013 Masters.
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“Extra’s” Maria Menounos sent an open letter to WWE fans after she was booed toward the end of her WWE Hall of Fame induction speech for good friend and WWE star Bob Backlund at Madison Square Garden.
According to Menounos, the point of the below letter is to make sure that people understand the kind of man Backlund is outside the ring.
Here is the open letter:
Dear fellow WWE fans and members of the wrestling press,
As you know, I had the honor of inducting my friend, Bob Backlund, into the WWE Hall of Fame. The fans were a little rough as another inductee and friend, Donald Trump, would likewise experience. It’s understandable as we are not pro wrestlers and the honesty of the WWE fans is what makes it fun. However, I did the speech mainly to tell the world all the amazing things about Bob and I fear some of those things were not heard.
Below is my speech. I’m hoping you’ll print it for a good friend, a great champion and one of the most incredible human beings I know.
Thanks and God Bless,
Former NBA Head Coaches Phil Jackson and Kurt Rambis are teaming up with AOL to live blog and live tweet the 2013 NCAA championships.
Nash is promoting the NBA and Sprint’s Green Week, a mission to teach fans how to protect the environment. Nash explained, “There's something like 1.6 billion cell phones produced every year and only 10 percent are recycled, so it’s really important for us to recycle some of these phones.”