Quantcast

Josh Gordon and escort Jenna Shea in bed together

Jenna Shea escort Josh Gordon

Josh Gordon may be suspended for the season, but at least the Cleveland Browns wide receiver still has plenty of support.

The same day the NFL announced they were upholding Gordon’s season-long suspension, Jenna Shea, a $1,000-an-hour escort, sent the following tweet comforting the receiver:

That link goes to an Instagram picture (seen above) of Shea in bed with Gordon. The photo is at least six months old, because back in February Gordon shared a photo on Instagram showing all the detail he’s added to his tattoo since then.

But it sounds like Gordon and Shea have been together even more recently.

Shea sent this tweet (she deleted the Instagram pic) of an Aug. 22 plane ticket from Dallas/Fort Worth to Cleveland:

Jenna Shea Josh Gordon plane

First class ticket to Cleveland? She must be big time. So who is this $1,000-an-hour escort Gordon is hanging out with?

Head to Page 2 to see more about Jenna Shea.

Pages: 1 2

50 Cent mocks Floyd Mayweather with great Manny Pacquiao meme

Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather meme

50 Cent really is a master troll. The guy loves screwing with former best buddy Floyd Mayweather Jr. and has no chill. On Wednesday, 50 hit Floyd with possibly his best burn yet.

Playing off the whole saga over Floyd’s supposed inability to read, 50 posted this great meme with Manny Pacquiao on Instagram.

Things have gotten so bad that Floyd’s publicist sent out a note and video to the media this week assuring everyone that Floyd can, in fact, read.

Don’t forget that shortly after breaking up with Floyd, 50 started buddying up with Pacquiao. These hanger-on rappers ain’t loyal!

ESPN’s John Anderson: USC is a ‘clown college’

John-Anderson-ESPNESPN’s John Anderson said what a lot of people are thinking on Wednesday when senior cornerback Josh Shaw admitted he was lying about saving his 7-year-old nephew. The Trojans have dealt with a lot of distractions in recent years and rarely ever have a season of just football. Take it away, John.

“If you go back to Pete Carroll and the embarrassment of getting stripped of a national title, the Heisman Trophy that Reggie Bush got back, how they handled Lane Kiffin’s firing,” Anderson said Wednesday. “There was the probation. This is a clown college. How should I look at this place?”

When Anderson says “clown college,” I’m guessing he’s just referring to the football program. USC ranked 23rd in US News and World Report’s national university rankings this year, so we don’t want to insult the 18,000-plus students who study there.

As far as football is concerned, Anderson makes a good point. USC certainly botched the Lane Kiffin firing and there’s no denying the sanctions stemming from Carroll’s tenure were a major blemish. The fact that a senior captain got himself wrapped up in such an embarrassing lie doesn’t help.

Eli Manning’s ‘Manning Face’ appears in Madden 15

Eli Manning face Madden

It’s truly incredible how realistic video games are getting these days.

Madden 15 dropped on Tuesday and EA Sports’ Madden Twitter account has been retweeting some of the awesome finds by game players. One of the best finds has to be Eli Manning making the infamous “Manning Face” in the game.

How awesome is that? I mean that is the exact face Eli makes when he gets crossed up with a receiver and throws his third pick of the game.

How did they nail that? Did they dress Eli up in one of those body suits and record every one of his facial movements? That was incredible.

Another cool realistic aspect of the game — players being checked for concussions on the sidelines:

Despite all the great advancements, a few glitches have been discovered …

That dude went flying like it was Spike going up against one of the “Little Giants.” I’m guessing that wasn’t supposed to be in the game.

H/T Barstool Sports

Floyd Mayweather welcomes Warren Buffett to The Money Team

Floyd-Mayweather-Warren-Buffett

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Warren Buffett probably don’t have a lot in common, but we know they can certainly relate to one another when it comes to wealth. On Tuesday night, the two incredibly rich men got together to discuss finances.

“I had a great meeting with the $66.9 billion dollar man, Mr. Warren Buffett,” Mayweather wrote on Instagram. “We talked about how we could turn a $100 million of my assets to $1 billion. Mr. Warren Buffett is the original founder of The Money Team, he’s just one of my billionaire buddies.”

Buffett, 83, is the most successful investor in the world. We spend so much time talking about how ridiculously wealthy Mayweather is that we forget there are people out there who dwarf his net worth. Floyd’s estimated net worth of about $300 million is roughly 1/200th of Buffett’s $60 billion-plus.

Mayweather is right. Buffett is the original founder of The Money Team, even if he doesn’t own one of these.

Astros fan spikes terrible first pitch (Video)

Is it just me, or has this been one of the worst years for ceremonial first pitches that Major League Baseball has ever seen? A Houston Astros fan may have topped them all on Tuesday night.

As you can see, the young lady spiked the ball directly into the ground. She obviously just couldn’t get her fingers to let go of their grasp on the ball, and the end result was a pitch that was almost as bad as the underhand toss we saw from Miss Texas earlier this month.

Astros-fan-spikes-first-pitch

Unlike Bob Costas, the Astros fan didn’t ask for a second chance. She took her lumps and went to retrieve her souvenir before accepting a much-needed hug from Astros mascot Orbit. At least she went down gracefully.

H/T Cut 4

Michael Jordan loved Roger Federer’s tweener shot at US Open (Video)

Michael Jordan US Open

Michael Jordan was at Flushing on Tuesday to take in Roger Federer’s first-round match at the US Open and build some hype for the tennis player’s new shoe.

It’s safe to say that MJ was enjoying the show.

At one point in the second set, Federer ran down a lob from Marinko Matosevic which landed out. Matosevic turned his back after the ball landed out, but Federer didn’t stop. He hit a tweener return that actually nailed Matosevic in the back, leaving Jordan and many others laughing.

Federer’s new shoe is the Nike Zoom Vapor x Air Jordan 3, which was released on Tuesday. The shoe marks the collaboration of arguably the two greatest players in the history of their respective sports.

“It’s just amazing having Michael here. Michael was my hero of all sports. Having him here is unbelievably special. The collaboration is unique, so I love it,” said Federer in an interview after his match.

Here’s Jordan giving an interview during the match where he talked about working with Federer on the shoe: