From 1983 to 1992, Randy Grimes could be found on the football field playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "I played back in an era where the coaches mentality back then was if you don't practice hard, you're not gonna play hard, you know. So you know, a lot of the injuries that we sustained back in the eighties and early nineties because of that mentality were at practice; not during game time," he said. Grimes said in his decade-long career, he suffered injuries to his knees, ankles, elbows, and of course, concussions.
- Associated Press
Hundreds of demonstrators from India's main opposition party turned out Monday in India's capital New Delhi and other cities demanding an investigation into allegations of fraud and stock price manipulation by India’s second-biggest business group, headed by coal mining tycoon Gautam Adani. The Adani Group said Monday that its major investors, known in India as “promoters," had pledged to prepay $1.1 billion in share-backed loans due for repayment by September 2024. The repayments include shares in Adani's ports business, Adani Green Energy and Adani Transmission.
- Business Insider
ABC anchor calls out Sen. Marco Rubio during tense exchange over Chinese spy balloon: 'This happened 3 times under the previous president'
Rubio wondered aloud why Biden "waited so long" to tell people about the Chinese spy balloon, but was called out by ABC's Jonathan Karl.
The U.S. military said on Sunday it is searching for remnants of the suspected Chinese surveillance balloon it shot down the previous day, in a dramatic spy saga that has further strained American-Chinese relations. The U.S. Navy is working to recover the balloon and its payload and the Coast Guard is providing security for the operation, said General Glen VanHerck, commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command. A successful recovery could potentially give the United States insight into China's spying capabilities, though U.S. officials have downplayed the balloon's impact on national security.
- The New York Times
After an American fighter jet shot down the Chinese balloon that had floated across the United States, the reaction from Beijing — defensive, angered, yet hedging its options — illustrated the challenges facing China’s leader, Xi Jinping, as he tries to stabilize relations while giving little, if any, ground. Hours after the balloon was struck by a Sidewinder missile and crumpled into the waters off South Carolina, the Chinese Foreign Ministry declared its “strong discontent and protest” and dou
Taylor Swift’s Reaction to Harry Styles Being Heckled by Beyoncé Fans During His Grammys Speech Is Going Viral
Harry Styles gave his Grammys acceptance speech for Album of the Year while being heckled by some fans who shouted “Beyoncé.” Taylor Swift’s reaction to this has gone viral.
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were caught having a tense conversation during the 2023 Grammys and everyone's speculating on what was said.
The EA Madden game which has predicted the correct Super Bowl winner with almost 70% accuracy just placed its bets on this year’s game
In 2015, it even predicted the exact score.
Another Royal Family Member Reportedly Has Their Eyes Set on Moving Next to Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
We all remember the fallout that came with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle waving goodbye to the UK to create their home in California. Even today, there’s still quite a bit of drama from the worldwide move, and you’d think the royal family may never even dream about moving away — but that may not […]
The current Premier League champions, Manchester City, have been charged with breaking financial...
- NBC Sports Boston
LeBron James sounded surprised that Kyrie Irving was traded to the Dallas Mavericks instead of the Los Angeles Lakers.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Igor Mangushev, a Russian mercenary and propagandist, who months ago staged a gruesome stunt in which he brandished the skull allegedly of oneof the fallen Ukrainian defenders of Azovstal, has been shot in the head, Ukrainian journalist Denys Kazanskyi reported on Telegram on Feb. 5.
- Nets Wire
Looks like Spencer Dinwiddie is having fun with finding out about his trade to the Brooklyn Nets.
Salma Hayek Pinault says there was 'so much testosterone' on the set of 'Magic Mike 3' that she worried about 'growing a mustache'
Hayek Pinault told GQ Hype that the male dancers and crew members were lifting weights in between takes on the set of "Magic Mike's Last Dance."
The country singer and four-time Grammy nominee wore a head-turning look for music's biggest night
- NBC Sports
Could the Clash at the Coliseum exhibition race become a points race next year? Drivers were clear in their disdain for such an idea.
A “Saturday Night Live” sketch featured Bowen Yang, Punkie Johnson and guest host Pedro Pascal breaking character when Ego Nwodim kept making them laugh.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Lakers star LeBron James was in his feelings on Sunday night after watching his old Cleveland teammate Kyrie Irving get traded to the Dallas Mavericks
- Hoops Hype
The Kyrie Irving trade saga came to a swift conclusion when the Nets agreed to trade him and Markieff Morris to the Mavericks for Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, and a 2029 first-round pick. It might be safe to assume that the Nets will aim ...
- Men's Health
It seems the UFC fighter has made another enemy.
Surprise! Robyn and Juan Dixon tied the knot — again — but not in Jamaica, where they previously intended. "So ... change of plans. We're in Maryland," Robyn revealed during the February 5 finale of The Real Housewives of Potomac. "We had all our stuff [in Jamaica]: the boys' suits, the rings, everything. And we woke up that morning and we felt kind of like ... this doesn't feel right." Though the pair switched up the locale for their big day, their plan for a small, intimate affair still held t