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ESPN NFL Reporter, Adam Schefter is typically very conservative, reserved & professional when on air. He joined “Mike & Mike in the Morning” today though, and things were a bit different. After discussing several NFL topics, Greenberg asked Schefter to expound upon a tweet made Tuesday saying Rex Ryan had lost 90 pounds. Schefter’s response [...]
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ESPN NFL analyst Adam Schefter dropped a bomb on radio hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic during their Mike and Mike in the Morning show Wednesday that caught ESPN censors napping.
Schefter was a guest caller on the show, and when asked to comment on New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan's weight loss after lap band surgery he had last year, Schefter commented: "90 pounds...
Adam Schefter joined the boys this morning to discuss Rex Ryan losing 90 pounds since having lap band surgery. The boys throw it to Schefter for insight on Ryan’s surgery, which Schefter gives without a hiccup. But before ending his spiel, Schefter lets the audience know that “that’s skipping a lot of God d@#* snacks, if you know what I’m talking about.”
From there, the...
Jason WhitneyIt’s hard to say who was more excited about Rex Ryan’s current weight loss, Rex or Adam Schefter. The ESPN’s football analyst was on the phone with Mike & Mike, talking about how much weight the New York Jets coach has lost since his lap band surgery.
Schefter tweeted this earlier in the day:
Stat of the month: Jets HC Rex Ryan has lost 90 – 90! – pounds...
Ha freaking ha. And the best part of ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter’s semi-profane gaffe when he said “god damn” on ESPN’s airwaves? It was during a broadcast of Mike & Mike. Gold. Schefter was appearing on Mike & Mike to discuss the massive amount of weight New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has [...]
Rex Ryan has not been able to deliver a Super Bowl to New York despite having promised one for the past several seasons, but he has certainly accomplished a pretty lofty personal goal: Losing a ton of weight. As Adam Schefter informed us with a tweet earlier this week, Ryan has lost 90 pounds since undergoing lap-band surgery a little over a year ago. If you’re a fan of Rex...
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported today that there was no news to report on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who continues to refuse to sign his restricted free agent tender until he has to. Schefter said Tuesday on NFL Livethat it "may be awhile" before the Steelers see Wallace at the team facility, and that Wallace won’t sign the tender "until he absolutely...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace isn’t going to sign his restricted free agent tender anytime soon.
“Not going to sign that restricted free agent tender anytime soon. May be awhile before they see Wallace,” said Schefter.
I’d be surprised if Wallace even shows up for...
In making the most obvious joke possible about Rex Ryan losing 90 lbs., Adam Schefter kept the god damn in “god damn snacks” while on-air. My stars! Such ribaldry! Either it’s the best evidence yet that Schefter is not actually a cyborg or his makers have added a swearing patch in his latest “human colloquialisms” update.
- On the outside chance you haven’t seen the...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New York police are finishing their investigation into a March incident in which Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was accused of punching a woman in the face. Schefter indicated it wasn’t likely that Marshall would be charged in the incident, due to a lack of evidence.
24-year old Christin Myles accused Marshall of hitting...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall will not be charged by the New York City Police Department for a melee that occurred at a nightclub in March, per his attorney Harvey Steinberg.
This is great news for Marshall and the Bears, since he’ll now avoid being punished by the law as well as the NFL. Now he needs to focus on...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent safety Yeremiah Bellwill will visit the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday. He’s in Tennessee today being checked out by the Titans.
Bell had spent his entire career with the Miami Dolphins before they released him this offseason. He’ll be a nice veteran addition to whichever team he sign with.