(Source) The Seattle Seahawks are cruising into the playoffs as the NFC’s top seed, and the team also has next week off. Perhaps quarterback Russell Wilson will use it to spend some time with his new girlfriend. The star quarterback has reportedly become involved in a relationship with an Instagram model.
According to reports, Wilson has reportedly begun dating the Instagram model known as Snow Phat. Not a lot is known about her at this time, but her profile indicates that her real name is Tifanie, she is a model, student, and music manager, and she puts God first.
Get some Russ! Everyone saying you’re too cheesy, locker room doesn’t love you? What better way to get some street cred back than grabbing an Instagram model girlfriend named SnowPhat. In your face world. No literally, in your face, snowphat’s phat ass all up in your face.
Quick, grab a pic of me in front of these trash cans.
The Trestman/Emery era is over, I’m not going to sit here and pick apart the dead body but I thought this little story from John Moon Mullin’s story yesterday. The time Rod Marinelli basically quit the Chicago Bears because of Marc Trestman.
At the time, the plan was to retain the highly regarded Marinelli to run the defense. And he had planned to, remaining on even after close friend Smith was fired. But back in mid-January 2013, as part of their final selection process for a head coach to replace Smith, Emery and the organization had Marinelli interview the three finalists for the head-coaching job. Marinelli was asked to rank the three. He did. Arians was his runaway first choice; Bevell was the second; Trestman was a distant third.
Emery selected Trestman. When he learned of the decision, Marinelli abruptly angrily resigned and left Halas Hall for Dallas and a de facto demotion to defensive line coach. The problems did not end with Marinelli’s exit. The exact level of Emery involvement below the head-coaching job is unclear. With Marinelli gone, however, Emery was involved in hiring Mel Tucker as defensive coordinator and Joe DeCamillis. Losing Marinelli, very well liked and respected by the players, contributed to the difficult situation into which Tucker was thrust. It was nothing against Tucker; it was the manner in which Smith and then Marinelli were treated.
Rod Marinelli, a guy who has been in football for over 4 decades, the NFL for almost 2, was asked to pick the next coach of the Chicago Bears, did so correctly and was completely ignored. Now obviously it was Phil’s call. His decision is ultimately what got him fired. But this story is the perfect microcosm of the regime’s decision making. Their inability to realize a coach who has a tremendous locker room presence and rapport with the players means something. To basically ignore him, all his football expertise in general and knowledge of the Bears roster in specific, so that you can pick some alternative pick is just shocking. I can’t stand revisionist history people, I thought Trestman was a solid hire at the time, I fully admit it, but the fact that Rod Marinelli basically quit because he didn’t think Trestman was right is just shocking. No one thought twice about that? No one thought this may not work? No one thought Rod Marinelli picking a “runaway” winner when asked to select the next coach meant something? Doomed from the start, good riddance.
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Brandon Marshall Calls Carmen DeFalco A Clown On ESPN 1000 And Challenges Him To A Boxing Match, And The Circus Rolls On
h/t @SportsRapport for the audio
(Source) Things got a bit heated between Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall and WMVP-AM radio host Carmen DeFalco on Monday afternoon. DeFalco questioned some of Marshall’s actions this year, like calling a press conference and challenging a Twitter follower to a boxing match, and Marshall took exception. By the end of their back-and-forth, Marshall had challenged DeFalco himself to a boxing match.
“You’re a clown,” Marshall said to DeFalco. “You’re a clown, and you shouldn’t be on the radio.” DeFalco again questioned Marshall, telling him it doesn’t look good for players to be challenging people on Twitter to fights. “That’s what you don’t understand,” Marshall said. “I’m gonna tweet you right now that I’m gonna box you. It’s Twitter bro. You think I take Twitter serious? … Like I said, you’re a clown. It’s Twitter. I’m calling you a clown because clowns think I’m gonna take Twitter serious.
“You take life too serious. It’s ok to have fun. I do it all the time on Twitter. If someone wants to act big, I play with them. I’m never gonna see that guy, unless I do.” DeFalco asked Marshall what he meant by that, and Marshall responded “I’m gonna see you.”
“OK, that’s not scary, I’ve got to be honest,” DeFalco said. “All you’re doing is threatening, and you’re gonna say you’re just playing, but that’s threatening stuff, Brandon.” After a few more minutes, Marshall asked DeFalco to go one round with him.
“Me and you, we’ll just get on the grass, put some gloves on and box,” Marshall said. Marshall sort of apologized to DeFalco and seemed to make up by the end of their exchange. “On every team you have characters, and I happen to be one of the characters,” Marshall said. “If it wasn’t for guys like me that spoke the truth and was honest and wasn’t afraid to show emotion and maybe cross the line that you guys put there, you wouldn’t have anything to talk about. So you should be thanking me.”
Let me see if I follow this logic for a second. Carmen DeFalco says the Bears are afraid of Brandon Marshall and basically let him do whatever he wants just to keep him happy. Brandon Marshall says they aren’t afraid and then challenges Carmen to a fight.
So basically if you say something bad about Brandon Marshall he’ll ask to fight you, but in the same breath talk about how he’s mature and responsible and a great leader. I’m not a genius but I don’t think that logic makes a ton of sense. But what do I know, I’m just a fan at the circus, eating my peanuts, watching the show. It’s just twitter bro.
DONT FUCKING CHEAT ON ME I FIND OUT EVERYTHING‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/EoNsvR0Ol1
— Cassy❤️ (@NessLovnTrey247) December 28, 2014
This trend of calling someone out on social media to shame them for cheating might be the dumbest thing of all time. What happened to keying cars? What happened to banging the guy’s best friend? If you watched True Detective, you noticed that Maggie Hart didn’t tell the whole neighborhood that Marty was cheating on her. She just went over to his partner’s place and 4 pump chumped her revenge out of Rust Cohle. That’s how you fuck somebody’s world up. That’s how you twist them into a mental pretzel. Not by carefully wrapping gifts and printing out Twitter conversations and trying to get as many RT’s as you can. Good old fashioned vandalism or sex with people your boyfriend/girlfriend specifically doesn’t want you to have sex with are the only ways to go for cheating revenge. Because at the end of the day, the person who gets cheated on is still the one everybody feels bad for in the relationship. I’m pretty sure that hasn’t changed. So enjoy the pity party I guess?
And anyways, how much real estate does this dude own in this woman’s brain that she took the time to post a DIY guide to fucking up her whole family’s Christmas morning? Nothing says happy holidays like a worldwide airing out of your dysfunctional relationship. I don’t care how many “you go girls!” she got in response. Now that guy has free license to hunt for more strange and she’ll probably be trying to get him back in time for Valentine’s Day.