Aww, are they not the cutest couple ever? I’m being serious. I know that many don’t feel the same about Brady/Bundchen, which is fine, but I can’t help myself, they’re just so cute! And this is coming from a Saints’ fan, don’t forget!
And while we’re talking about Gisele (and since we have talked fashion recently), I love her outfit here in this photo (which was apparently taken at her sister-in-law’s BU graduation). It’s so sophisticated chic!
Alright, enough of the Brady/Bundchen gushing and on to something serious.
Oklahoma. Looking at pictures and news coverage, Moore Oklahoma really does look like a war zone. My heart goes out to those who lost their lives, especially the little ones.
Much like they did last month here in Boston, many pro sports players have been advocating for and offering their support to OK. Wes Welker, who is from OKC, was active on twitter providing resources for those who want to donate and asking what he can do when he gets to Oklahoma on Friday. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma Thunder, donated $1 million to the Red Cross. Matt Kemp, a native to Oklahoma who currently plays for the New York Mets, donated $1000 for a homerun he hit the night of the storm as well as $1000 for each additional homerun he makes until the All Star break.
If you’re interested in helping, here is a link to a newsok.com article that lists a lot of the different and legit options available.
On a happier note, or…well, have you seen Kevin Durant’s new tatto?
It’s cool looking, yes? I think so, even if it does have a typo!
Due to a scheduling conflict with Radio City Music Hall, it looks like next year’s NFL draft will be pushed out a few weeks to mid-May. To most of us, the change means nothing, but apparently to the agents who represent draft prospects, the change is going to be devastating. Apparently these agents supports their clients financially, they pay for pro days, travel to and from “interviews,” and facilities to hold work-outs, etc. It all adds up and if they have to support them for an additional two to three weeks, well, they’re nervous.
It’s no surprise that agents have a bad rap, so many are having a hard time finding sympathy for them regarding this change. What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments.
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