A small group of charitable Philadelphia Eagles fans have received a gift by the Minnesota Vikings: confetti that fell at their stadium when the Eagles won Super Bowl LII.
The confetti was sent to roughly 24 Eagles fans who made donations to the Minnesota Vikings Foundation shortly after Philadelphia beat the Minnesota in the NFC Championship Game, team spokesman Jeff Anderson told ESPN.
The easy answer here is yes, but we’ll have to wait and see how the money plays out.
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The Warriors just signed Stephen Curry to the first-ever supermax contract worth $201 million over five seasons. The expectation is Golden State will offer a similar deal to Kevin Durant, who signed a two-year, $53 million deal last summer but is expected to opt out and sign a long-term extension in Oakland. Thompson’s free agency comes in 2019, and Draymond Green is in the third-year of a five-year, $82 million contract extension and will become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2020.
The Warriors will want to keep the band together and have the financial means and surplus to do so, but whether they will be able to remains to be seen. Remember: Once upon a time, the Oklahoma City Thunder had a Big 4 of Durant, Russell Westbrook, Serge Ibaka and James Hisashi Iwakuma Jersey Harden. Had that group stayed together, they would have certainly made a return to the NBA Finals after being washed away by Miami in 2012.
Wilson, a four-time Pro Bowler who played minor league ball with the Colorado Rockies in 2010-11, joined the Yankees organization Feb. 7 via a trade from the Texas Rangers.
In his video post, Wilson wears a Yankees cap and speaks directly to outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton from a New York City street with traffic sounds in the background.
I can’t wait to see you guys Feb. 26, Wilson said. We’re going to have some fun for that week. Hey, Aaron Judge, I know you want to throw some passes, so let’s play some ball. We’ll have a little home run derby too. Stanton, I’m coming for you too. We’ll have some fun, baby. And hey — let’s go win a World Series. Why not? Peace.
Yuzuru Hanyu, defending his gold medal from Sochi and clear winner in the short program, started with a perfect quad salchow and then a quad toeloop that was equally perfect. A quad salchow into a triple toe was his sixth move of the program. He stumbled on his next quad toeloop, and his final jump, a triple lutz, he barely managed to stay on his feet.