Brent Celek's Mustache-Themed Hot Dog Eatery is Coming to Old City

Brent Celek's Mustache-Themed Hot Dog Eatery is Coming to Old City

You may or may not have been aware of Brent Celek's involvement with the Prime Stache Hot Dogs and Sausages restaurant in North Wildwood, New Jersey.

Here, so you quickly get the point, is a copy of the menu:


As far as names go, I'm a big proponent of The Selleck, The Ditka and The Castro, which means I'll soon be suspended by the Marlins.

According to Philly Eater, Celek is opening a new Prime Stache at 110 Chestnut Street, although this one has been dubbed an "American Bistro," which Eater takes to mean "that the menu will be expanded and so will the booze
offerings. Celek's people are mum on the details, but stay tuned."

The grand opening is scheduled for Monday, April 29.

My favorite part is that the Prime Stache website lists separate lunch and dinner menus that offer all the same options. I assume this not to be a mix up but more of a statement.

Bring me a Selleck and a Buffalo Bill, and maybe a Reese's cookie.

Former Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans joins 49ers coaching staff

Former Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans joins 49ers coaching staff

About a year ago, while in Indianapolis for the combine, the Eagles cut veteran linebacker DeMeco Ryans. 

Ryans has finally found his next job ... as a coach. 

The 32-year-old former linebacker has been named a defensive quality control coach on Kyle Shanahan's staff in San Francisco. Shanahan was on the Texans' staff for the first four years of Ryans' pro career. Niners defensive coordinator Robert Saleh was also on that Houston staff. 

After the Eagles cut him last Feb. 24, Ryans was out of the league in 2016 after 10 NFL seasons. He played the first six years of his career in Houston, where he was a two-time Pro Bowler, before joining the Eagles through a trade in 2012. 

While the Eagles cut Ryans after the 2015 season to save $3.5 million in cap space, they made a point to go out of their way to praise him on his way out. He was very well thought of in the locker room and throughout the building. 

While Ryans played one season under Andy Reid, he quickly became a favorite of Chip Kelly, who frequently called Ryans the "Mufasa" of the Eagles' defense. 

Kelly didn't forget about Ryans when he went to San Francisco to coach the 49ers for the 2016 season. In fact, in Kelly's questionnaire in the NFL's 2016 information guide, Kelly listed Ryans as a player who'd make a great head coach. 

1992 interview between Donald Trump and Randall Cunningham surfaces

1992 interview between Donald Trump and Randall Cunningham surfaces

Philadelphia Magazine's Dan McQuade unearthed a YouTube video of a 1992 interview former Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham did with real estate tycoon Donald Trump from his short-lived interview special titled Randall Cunningham’s Celebrity Rap.

Apparently, it was a show on WCAU where Cunningham sat down with random celebrities. As McQuade points out, it is pretty weird.

And one of those celebrities just so happened to go on to become president of the United States.

There isn't a whole lot about sports. Trump briefly mentions Randall's career with the Eagles and also discusses Mike Tyson and his rape conviction. Trump appears sympathetic to Tyson's struggles.

Mostly it's a puff piece in which Trump talks somewhat aimlessly from topic to topic. If you don't want to waste 15 minutes watching it, Philly Mag summarized the most bizarre moments