The JMRA Weekend Reader

The JMRA Weekend Reader: Russell Wilson, Diddy, Michael Irvin, Vernon Davis On Family Feud, Sofia Vergara

CiaraRussellI wrote about Russell Wilson’s precarious contract situation a few weeks ago. Reportedly, he wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL.

Denver Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders says the Patriots are cheaters and should not be Super Bowl champions.

The NFL is exploring stadium ideas (again) on putting a team in Los Angeles.

Vernon Davis got weird on Celebrity Family Feud.

Michael Irvin is worried about fellow Miami Hurricane Warren Sapp. During the same interview, Irvin confessed to doing something while wearing his Hall of Fame jacket…yep.

Dez Bryant and the Cowboys are trying to play nice at the moment by talking about a contract extension.

Well before ex-Jets strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi battled with Diddy, he went toe to toe with Darrelle Revis.

Non-NFL division…

An Elite Daily writer tricked people into thinking he was drafted by the Utah Jazz following Thursday’s NBA Draft.

A Top Gun sequel is in the works.

Life is good when one of your bridesmaids is Sophia Vergara.

DiddyDiddy had a rough week after the Sal Alosi kettlebell incident and it was capped by falling through a stage during Sunday night’s BET Awards.

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