The JMRA Weekend Reader

The JMRA Weekend Reader – Entourage Flops, Tony Romo Booted From Fantasy Convention

Here’s what you missed (or didn’t) over the weekend of June 5-7.

From the NFL division…

Tony Romo and Dez Bryant were among a group of NFL players that were banned by The Shield from attending a fantasy football convention in Las Vegas. A report states the league went as far as to contact player’s parents.

John Bowlen, son of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and a team employee, is in trouble after a recent domestic violence incident. The 911 call features the younger Bowlen calling himself “the blood of the city.”

San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Anthony Davis retired at age 25, making him the fourth 49er to do so in the offseason.

A car registered to New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes was found abandoned in Massachusetts with damage done to the front of the car. One account says the car hit a deer. Another account seems to suggest something else is at play.

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From the non-NFL division…

American Pharoah became the first horse since Affirmed in 1978 to win the Triple Crown after winning Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.

A woman is in stable but critical condition after being struck by a broken bat at a Boston Red Sox game.

Mo Speights authored the worst moment of the 2015 NBA playoffs during a missed dunk sequence in Golden State’s loss to the Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

Tiger Woods put together the worst performance of his career on Sunday.

Cameos by Russell Wilson, Rob Gronkowski, and Tom Brady couldn’t save Entourage from flopping at the box office.

Sepp Blatter stepped down from his post as FIFA president. A newspaper reports that the 79-year-old Blatter was involved with 29-year-old model Irina Shayk, who is currently dating Bradley Cooper.

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