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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 09:00:37 GMT

Cam Newton's Girlfriend

To tell you the truth, I forget they have a thing sometimes. People are always talking about how he's always with other women.

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:33:53 GMT

Jimmy Graham's Girlfriend

k he needs to be PRacting wtf

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:41:53 GMT

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Girlfriend

Sail on by the commedors wasnt to relationship happy.

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:28:18 GMT

P.J. Tucker's Girlfriend

How often do you see him to make a statement that he is never with his wife?  You sound bitter.  Also, you know he is married and yet he doesn't claim her?  Contradiction...

Reply-to:Bet you didnt see him with his wife. He is never with her and doesnt claim her

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:25:21 GMT

Tim Tebow's Girlfriend

Don't fall for any tweets or pics to determine if they are dating. I would count on it.

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:14:16 GMT

P.J. Tucker's Girlfriend

Prove it

Reply-to:
Hahaha...I hooked up with over the summer in Vegas and then his boy told me he was married! He denied it but Ive known his boy for years SMH all these dudes the same


Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:04:15 GMT

Mason Plumlee's Girlfriend

i wonder is mason plumlee reads these comments. does anyone know if he knows about this forum?

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:58:41 GMT

Mason Plumlee's Girlfriend

lmao!!! these comments are hilarious...the girl with the hoodrat spellings is so funny! hey hoodrat u dont have to worry about the princess girl... she already stated her net worth is more than that of Mase & she is not interested in Mase after finding out about the forum. The only bitch on his lil dick is shanny1112... i cant stand that hoe... ewww

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:38:32 GMT

Aaron Rodgers's Girlfriend

Lol soph! :) well said:)

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:37:26 GMT

Derek Jeter's Fan Forum

http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_289563/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=kcoDziUj

Jeter: Players can share their stories on my site

By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY
Published: Today


NEW YORK (AP) - Derek Jeter is among the most media-savvy athletes on the planet, but he says it came through trial and error.

"I think you learn through experience," he told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday, three days after he finished his 20th and final season with the New York Yankees. "I've made my fair share of mistakes with the media."

Jeter is hoping to help other athletes avoid those mistakes - and get out their own "unfiltered" stories - with the launch of The Players Tribune website. His site, which went live Wednesday, promises unique access to top athletes in every sport - from videos to photos to podcasts and more - in their own words.

"You want players to feel like this is a safe place where they can get their message across how they want to portray it," the former shortstop said.

Jeter said he doesn't see The Players Tribune as a replacement for reporters.

"We're not trying to take away from sportswriters. Sportswriters are what makes sports successful," he said. "I think we're sort of working in conjunction with them."

The 40-year-old said today's athletes are familiar with a variety of platforms to get across their message.

"This generation has fun sharing things," he said.

But he said his website will fill a void in the communication process, noting it will let players go into more detail than the 140-character limit on Twitter. (He isn't on Twitter and acknowledged he's not too familiar with it.)

"How many times do you see someone put something out, and then next thing you know, they're saying it came across the wrong way, it was out of context, it's not what I meant," he said.

He also noted that sports media doesn't always have time to cover all athletes and tell their stories

The former All-Star won five championships during a storied career. In his first post on the site, he spoke about the "whirlwind" of his final season and his disappointment in missing the postseason.

When asked if he watched the Kansas City Royals thrilling extra-innings win over the Oakland Athletics in the American League Wild Card game on Tuesday night, he said no.

Even though it was Jeter's decision to call it a career, the desire to be out there remains: He likened watching the postseason to being a kid who isn't allowed to play with his friends.

But he made it clear that he won't be returning to Yankee Stadium, either as a player or as a broadcaster.

"I'm not going to be in the booth," he said. "I have a hard time criticizing people."

Jeter said he plans to concentrate on the website and expand his business portfolio.

"I have a whole lot to learn, but it's exciting," he said.

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:37:04 GMT

Brian Wilson's Girlfriend

Nicky, heads up...  ThumbsUp

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:36:06 GMT

Derek Jeter's Fan Forum

http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_289563/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=kcoDziUj


Jeter: Players can share their
stories on my site


 


By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY

Published: Today


NEW YORK (AP) - Derek Jeter is among
the most media-savvy athletes on the planet, but he says it came through trial
and error.


"I think you learn through
experience," he told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday, three
days after he finished his 20th and final season with the New York Yankees.
"I've made my fair share of mistakes with the media."


Jeter is hoping to help other athletes
avoid those mistakes - and get out their own "unfiltered" stories -
with the launch of The Players Tribune website. His site, which went live
Wednesday, promises unique access to top athletes in every sport - from videos
to photos to podcasts and more - in their own words.


"You want players to feel like
this is a safe place where they can get their message across how they want to
portray it," the former shortstop said.


Jeter said he doesn't see The
Players Tribune as a replacement for reporters.


"We're not trying to take away
from sportswriters. Sportswriters are what makes sports successful," he
said. "I think we're sort of working in conjunction with them."


The 40-year-old said today's
athletes are familiar with a variety of platforms to get across their message.


"This generation has fun
sharing things," he said.


But he said his website will fill a
void in the communication process, noting it will let players go into more
detail than the 140-character limit on Twitter. (He isn't on Twitter and
acknowledged he's not too familiar with it.)


"How many times do you see
someone put something out, and then next thing you know, they're saying it came
across the wrong way, it was out of context, it's not what I meant," he
said.


He also noted that sports media
doesn't always have time to cover all athletes and tell their stories


The former All-Star won five
championships during a storied career. In his first post on the site, he spoke
about the "whirlwind" of his final season and his disappointment in
missing the postseason.


When asked if he watched the Kansas
City Royals thrilling extra-innings win over the Oakland Athletics in the
American League Wild Card game on Tuesday night, he said no.


Even though it was Jeter's decision
to call it a career, the desire to be out there remains: He likened watching
the postseason to being a kid who isn't allowed to play with his friends.


But he made it clear that he won't
be returning to Yankee Stadium, either as a player or as a broadcaster.


"I'm not going to be in the
booth," he said. "I have a hard time criticizing people."


Jeter said he plans to concentrate
on the website and expand his business portfolio.


"I have a whole lot to learn,
but it's exciting," he said.



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