This coach told young Jimmy Garoppolo: ‘With a couple of breaks, you can make $100 million’

Babe Ruth called his shot. Jimmy Garoppolo’s old coach called his contract. Jeff Christensen did so not long after the 2010 season, telling the promising Eastern Illinois freshman: “With a couple of breaks, you can make $100 million playing this game.” Christensen actually undershot by a bit. Garoppolo inked a five-year, $137.5 million extension with the 49ers on Thursday to become the NFL’s highest paid player. For reaction, we called the guy who saw this coming. “I’m the least surprised person on the planet,” Christensen said Friday. A former NFL quarterback himself, Christensen is now president and CEO of the Throw It Deep Quarterback and Receiver Training Academy near Chicago.… Read More

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EXCLUSIVE – Miley Cyrus And Fiance/Husband Liam Hemsworth Do Breakfast In Malibu

They’re already living like a married couple, but we still don’t know if they’ve actually tied the knot! Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth grabbed breakfast with friends in Malibu this morning, and we still don’t know what to call the Aussie actor in relation to his lady love, because rumors have been swirling for months that the two secretly got married. It doesn’t help the chatter that they both wear rings on their wedding fingers, either! It sounds like they might just skip over the nuptials and go right into making a baby! “There’s no word on if she’s actually pregnant yet, but she wants to be, and they’re having… Read More

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Trump Sides With Another Alleged Abuser Over His Accusers

On Friday, as the White House rushed to quell increasing anger about the exit of staff secretary Rob Porter and its handling of domestic violence, President Trump stoked the controversy, suggesting he believed Porter’s denials, despite photographic evidence. “We found out about it recently and I was surprised by it, but we certainly wish him well and it’s a tough time for him,” Trump said, in his first comments about Porter’s departure. “As you probably know says he’s innocent and I think you have to remember that. He said very strongly yesterday that he’s innocent so you have to talk to him about that, but we absolutely wish him well,… Read More

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Denver Winter Olympics committee forges ahead after USOC decides to consider bid for 2030

PyeongChang current time The U.S. Olympic Committee’s decision to consider a bid for the 2030 Olympic Winter Games — ruling out 2026 — has not changed the Denver exploratory committee’s plan to decide the city’s stance soon, a spokeswoman said Friday. That means community advisory committees will continue to meet in coming weeks as the Denver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Exploratory Committee considers joining Salt Lake City, and possibly the Reno-Tahoe area, in the hunt for 2030. Salt Lake announced its intention to bid for that year’s Winter Games earlier this week. “The work the exploratory committee has been conducting needs to be done in order to determine if… Read More

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