America's top female skier won't be in Sochi, and that could mean trouble for U.S. medal hopes and TV viewership.» Read More
You've probably seen the video by now: the Under Armour employee day at Camden Yards. If you haven't seen it, it's too late. The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network has now pulled it from YouTube.It goes like this: reporter from the MASN during the Orioles pregame show is doing a live shot with employees of the sports apparel brand and the guy who she picks out of the crowd is very potentially inebriated already, somehow.
Despite Brady Quinn's drop to No. 22 in Saturday's NFL Draft, Quinn's CAA marketer Howard Skall insists that Cleveland taking him was the best marketing situation. "From a marketing standpoint, I can't imagine he'd be more marketable if he was taken at number nine at Miami," Skall said. "Cleveland is definitely the best place for him, being that he grew up a Browns fan and has a chance to lead that team back to glory."This is the first paragraph/short story.
Earlier today, I was informed that Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has been fined $100,000 for wearing a Vitaminwater hat at Super Bowl XLI Media Day on Jan. 30. Just now, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed that fact. When we first saw Urlacher with the hat and a Vitaminwater by his side, we speculated if Urlacher would be fined for his act.
If you believe everything you read, you would have thought that San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson was just lucky enough not to get the Madden cover endorsement. Electronic Arts officially announced last night that Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young would grace the cover of the next version of the jinxed popular video game. "Vince was the guy all along," EA's director of marketing Chris Erb told the San Diego Union-Tribune today.