Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce got plenty of attention for his salty language during the Super Bowl celebration parade. The All-Pro says he tried to tone it down when he spoke inside the Phillies clubhouse on Monday.
But once Kelce started his speech, he found that old habits die hard.
I probably cursed a little more, actually, Kelce said. At least through the start of the speech I made an effort to not curse and then that quickly faded.
Wearing a red No. 62 Phillies spring training jersey, Kelce was the main guest during the first official day of team workouts.
In a similar way, Rippon’s eyebrow evolution is a complement to the rest of his story. Figure skaters do their own makeup, so even though they are responding to what the judges want to see from competitors’ appearances the way that each skater styles their hair, or does their makeup, or shapes their eyebrows, is a indicator of how they see themselves or what makes them feel like the best version of themselves on the ice.
The CFL has long used a method known as a negotiation list, rather than a draft, for allocating American players. Each team can claim up to 45 players and retain their rights for as long as desired. When Americans want to play in the CFL, they must negotiate exclusively with the team that owns their rights.
The list has historically been kept secret, but the league changed its policy this year to allow for a partial release of up to 10 names per team.
Former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel was not among the 10 players announced by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but he is known to be on their list and spent months in negotiations with the team this winter. He currently plans to participate in The Spring League, a domestic developmental league based in Austin, Texas, but has not ruled out playing in the CFL.
During a Twitter conversation with CFL star Duron Carter, son of NFL Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter, Manziel said in part: If that’s the path I choose, TRUST ME, I’m gunna let it fly.