Cris Carter believes he knows what the Dallas Cowboys should do with Tony Romo. The Hall of Fame wide receiver realizes the team needs a pass rusher while the Houston Texans are starving for a talented quarterback. This makes the formula in the offseason simple for Carter, who says the teams should talk about a trade that would shake up the entire NFL. "I'd try to pull off a deal [with the Houston Texans] for [defensive end] J.J. Watt," Carter said. "That's what I would try to do. That would be the deal I'd be trying to go for with Jerry [Jones]. I'd try to get J.J. Watt. [Jadaveon] Clowney's established himself, Watt's got a bad back. How long is [Watt] going to be able to play at that level?
Floyd Mayweather is at it again, attempting to antagonize Conor McGregor as they continue their very strange beef and teasing a potential fight between the biggest star in boxing and the biggest star in mixed martial arts. The latest installment in the Mayweather-McGregor saga comes courtesy of Floyd’s Twitter, as he attempted to troll McGregor by comparing the two’s net worths. The reason he did this is because Dana White recently offered both fighters $25 million plus a negotiated pay-per-view revenue split to fight.
ESPN commentator Doug Adler has come under fire after comparing Venus Williams’ performance during her second round Australian Open match to a gorilla. Venus was awaiting a serve from her opponent (Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland) when the remark was made. “She misses a first serve and Venus is all over her. You see Venus move in and put the gorilla effect on. Charging,” Doug is heard saying. While some tennis fans have come to the defense of Doug, many have pounced on the commentator for his poor word choice. Watch a clip of the incident that has sparked outrage below, and share your thoughts. Venus went on to win the match 6-3, 6-2.