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On “The Sports Junkies” Thursday morning, The Biebs was defended by a public figure who is no stranger to controversy: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
The Junkies wanted to do a ‘wacky bit’ with the Big Show, a legit 7 feet and 440 pound pro wrestler, when he was in studio Monday morning. As it turns out, the WWE’s legal department may have would up saving JP’s life.
Baltimore Ravens starting cornerback Cary Williams joined the Junkies on Friday for a preview of this weekend’s AFC Championship game.
This is a screen shot from the Junkies new TV show “Table Manners,” while they interviewed Hall of Famer Steve Largent. EB told the guys on the show that he felt like he was eating too much during the tapings.
The Junkies had a solid interview with comedian George Lopez on Thursday, but it was JP’s awkward statement towards the end that left the rest of the show uncomfortable.
Ralph Reiff, Director of Sports Medicine and Sports Performance for St. Vincent Hospital of Indianapolis, joined the Junkies on Tuesday to give the Junkies a inside look at how Robert Griffin III’s knee injury could play out.
Following the Redskins 24-14 loss to Seattle on Sunday, much criticism was heaved upon head coach Mike Shanahan for leaving Robert Griffin III in the game after what appeared to be a very painful and limited injury.
On Tuesday, the Junkies had on Washington Redskins right tackle; Tyler Polumbus. Tyler is one of the anchors that have done a great job all year opening holes for Alfred Morris.
Last night, during halftime of Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys game on Sunday Night Football, sportscaster Bob Costas choose to make a gun control plea to America, but did it cross the line?