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On the recent edition of The UC Show, the three amigos are reunited for Eddie Maisonet Appreciation Night. The night starts off well with Tinsley and Ed giving their thoughts on the recent episode from Riley Cooper caught on tape talking wild at a Kenny Chesney concert. All the three amigos can do is shake [...]The post Podcast: Eddie Maisonet Appreciation Night appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Here we have video footage of a heated Riley Cooper saying “I will jump that fence and fight every n*gga here, bro" at a Kenny Chesney concert.
A video of Riley Cooper dropping the n-bomb at a Kenny Chesney was the talk of the Internet yesterday, so much so that it warranted its own Taiwanese animation treatment video. This might be the best one I’ve seen yet.
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It looks like Riley Cooper was ready to fight after an altercation at a Kenny Chesney concert. With Maclin going down he’s also going to be fighting for a much larger role on the team. Mayhap he choose a more appropriate phrasing the next time he is in a fightin’ mood. Or, he should call Paula Deen for some PR pointers…
I will jump that fence and fight every n***er here...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper uncomfortable situation with his quarterback Michael Vick just got a lot more uncomfortable.
After apologizing for getting drunk and stating that he would “fight ever [n-word] in here” at a Kenny Chesney show, Cooper was publicly aired out the team and forced to pay a fine.
Various NFL players and personalities such as Warren Sapp...
From the moment we saw the video of Riley Cooper’s racist outburst at a Kenny Chesney concert earlier this summer, we have been waiting for the alcohol talk to kick in. Whether Cooper is actually a racist or not, it seemed like a safe assumption that he was feeling the effects of alcohol when he [...]
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper has been in the news recently for his racial comments at a Kenny Chesney concert held at Lincoln Financial Field.
Some have began to stereotype Chesney and country music because of Riley’s comments and the singer wanted to give his side of the story.
“I’m as shocked as anyone to see the video of Riley Cooper that’s started circulating...
A price to pay for the glory, riches, and fame of the NFL lifestyle is lack of privacy. Unfortunately, Riley Cooper has learned that lesson today, as video of his insensitive comments during a recent Kenny Chesney concert has surfaced on the internet. In the video, Cooper uses a racial slur – this is after [...]
In the wake of Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper using racial slurs at a Kenny Chesney concert, the country music star felt it necessary to address the situation that took place at his show.
Chesney told ESPN that “Cooper doesn’t reflect the type of people” who can usually be found at Chesney’s concerts.
“Tojudge an entire audience by one loud mouth isn’t fair . ....
The August lull. Every year, these few weeks in August present a difficult situation for sports fans. The previous NBA season is a distant memory, while the upcoming one is still very out of reach. Baseball is in full effect, but very few will be at the end of their seats for every single game in August. The Stanley Cup is more of a memory than a conversation starter, and soccer...
Move over, Paula Deen. World, meet Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper.
Last month, video emerged of Cooper getting into an altercation of sorts outside of a Kenny Chesney concert at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Now, video obtained by Crossingbroad.com shows Cooper using a racial slur that same evening.
According to the report, Eagles players Danny Watkins and Jason Kelce...
A video of Riley Cooper, the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver who is expected to replace the injured Jeremy Maclin, involved in an altercation at a Kenny Chesney concert this summer has hit the Internet. In the video you can hear Cooper say that he “will jump that fence and fight every [n-word] here, bro.”
According to reports, Cooper also previously got into an altercation...
Since video surfaced Wednesday of Riley Cooper shouting a racial slur at a concert security guard, reaction toward the Eagles wide receiver has been split.
All believed that what Cooper uttered was despicable, but some called it a regrettable mistake by an otherwise good guy while others branded Cooper as an outright racist.
On Thursday, Kenny Chesney, whose concert Cooper was attending...
This Riley Cooper saga is a story that couldn't have existed 15 years ago as it has entirely played out in social and new media. Someone takes a video at a Kenny Chesney concert on their phone, uploads to YouTube, a blog picks it up (Crossing Broad), and then it goes viral everywhere. Not to mention the second layer of the story where Marcus Vick puts a bounty out on Twitter...
The New England Patriots and New York Jets have to secretly be thankful for Riley Cooper right about now. Were it not for the Eagles wide receiver acting like a drunk idiot at a recent concert the media would be hounding the Patriots about Aaron Hernandez and Tim Tebow.
Photo from Twitter account @RileyCooper_14
Can you remember the last time you heard something ridiculous...
Why rush? What's your hurry? Take your time. Thats the impression I get from reading the comments of New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique.
His takes on the lack of communication between his agent and his GM read like Kenny Chesney lyrics.
âIâm not worried about it not getting done or anything like that,â he told NorthJersey.com.