Found February 03, 2012 on
It's hard to think that Ice Cube and Curt Schilling have a lot in common, but it seems as though Super Bowl weekend can bring people together who otherwise would never speak to each other. NESN.com's own Jeff Howe took the picture during the Super Bowl festivities. Here's the photo for those who are non-believers. Photo via Twitter/Jeff Howe
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Curt Schilling knows a thing or two about ankle injuries. The former Red Sox pitcher helped end Boston's 86-year World Series drought by pitching with a bloody sock in the 2004 American League Championship Series. Now retired, Schilling has turned his attention to his video game company and the new title Reckoning. He took some time from promoting the game to chat about Rob Gronkowski...
Of course the slob that was making his rounds at Radio Row at the JW Marriott over the last couple days was Curt Schilling. Of course he was rocking a two-day stubble. Hooded sweatshirt because they’re comfortable to fat guys? Check. But the big question for us had to do with that backpack. The camo pack he was carrying around. That thing had to be 40 pounds. What’s on tap in...
Just incredible. Curt Schilling needs a pic with Mr. Tim Tebow.
Later, CNN's Bethany Hamilton talks with Tebow on dating, saving himself, haters, politics, & being a role model.
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Theo Epstein helped break one legendary baseball curse, and Curt Schilling believes he can do it again with the Chicago Cubs.
A small measure of order was restored yesterday when injured tight end Rob Gronkowski - he of the most talked-about ankle since Curt Schilling and the bloody sock - returned to practice, although he had limited participation in the nearly two-hour session.