Dhani Jones, the self proclaimed bow tie guy, was arrested in South Beach for dancing in the street. This is one of the more humorous athlete/cop run-ins. Let's all be happy Dhani wasn't pulling a Jason Michaels. Hey Dmac, you forgot the YouTube video.
The700Level Show's video gurus (nerds) took a trip over to Citizens Bank Park last week when the Phillies were promoting Pokemon Go lures at all of the PokeStops inside of the stadium.
Some random quotes from the Pokemon fans, in their own words:
"There's like a million lures right now, so I might not actually sit down. I might just walk laps so I can catch like a million Pokemon."
"I'm kind of fighting the urge to walk around the stadium instead of watch the game right now."
"My egg just hatched."
"I'll be playing Pokemon Go at Wawa."
"People are like, 'get a life!'"
"I walked directly into a car, that was interesting."
"Constant loss of my dignity for being an adult and playing a children's game."
There you have it. Catch 'em all!
NEW YORK -- The NFL says it found no credible evidence that Peyton Manning was provided with HGH or other prohibited substances as alleged in a documentary by Al-Jazeera America last fall.
The league said the quarterback and his wife fully cooperated in the seven-month investigation, providing interviews and access to all records sought by investigators. Manning vehemently denied the allegations when they were made late in the season.
Manning retired from the NFL a month after Denver's 24-10 win over Carolina in Super Bowl 50.
The NFL is continuing its investigation into allegations made against other NFL players in the documentary, which the league said involves "different lines of inquiry and witnesses."
Seventh-round draft pick Jalen Mills was one of the standouts of the Eagles' offseason program, quickly climbing the depth chart and impressing on the field. But on the first day of training camp, the rookie cornerback stood out for a far different reason.
As you can see, Mills' hair is green.
The LSU product turned some heads and even got a few chuckles from onlookers. Don't expect that to persuade him to go back to a more conventional look anytime soon though. Mills said he got the color done about a week ago and thinks he'll stick with it.
"Just joking with one of my friends," Mills said of how the new hairdo came about. "Then the joke, I actually came through and I actually kind of like it a little bit, so I'm gonna keep it for sure."
As for Mills' teammates, well, they've got jokes too. Let's just say the green hair has inspired some new nicknames for the first-year defensive back.
"Green Goblin. The Joker. I've heard Lime Green Skittle. Starburst," Mills said, rattling off some of the nicknames going around the locker rom. "I've been getting an earful."
Of course, Mills isn't the first Eagles player or even defensive back to sport team pride by changing the color of his locks. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie showed up to training camp with a green stripe in his hair back in 2012.
Hopefully it works out better for Mills than it did DRC, who went on to have a disastrous season. Fortunately, the 22-year-old seems to have his head on straight and is not merely vying for a roster spot, but perhaps serious playing time this season.
Mills opened up the first day of training camp with rookies and selected veterans by breaking up several passes, building on a strong offseason that saw him working with the first-team defense as the nickel corner. As for how he's gone from late-round pick to in the mix so fast, Mills credits hard work, along with his coaches and teammates.
"Just being focused and being determined," said Mills. "We've got a great coaching staff helping me, great players in the defensive back room as well, just everybody being able to help me put my first step forward.
"I'm really trying to give my all for this team and it's showing through."
It's showing through quite literally at the moment.