You have Paul McCartney and Bob Weir on stage at Fenway Park, what more could you need?
Gronk. You need Gronk.
Boston’s resident party animal/original goon Rob Gronkowski crashed Paul McCartney’s Fenway stage Sunday night. And, in typical Gronk fashion, he stole the show.
Gronk rocked out on air-guitar while rock legend Bob Weir rocked out on real-guitar and it was nothing short of amazing.
He also sang a little bit too and it actually sounded pretty good (i.e. I was expecting worse).
One major takeaway from this event: Gronk is going to make a great dad one day. Try arguing that after watching this video, you can’t.
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, here comes Rob Gronkowski throwing down the air guitar and dorky dance moves like your typical American dad. What a refreshing sight.
Ain’t no party like a McCartney/Weir/Gronk party.
The NFL has approved the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, and with the move comes the pressure the league must now face in a city that embraces its gambling and vibrant nightlife.
Not only could this cause problems for the league, which has been outspoken against gambling on sports, but it could impact its players, who now have to deal with being in and around gambling year round.
With so many questions, the NFL must embrace these realities of being a part of Sin City in the future.
PFT’s Mike Florio breaks down the NFL’s future in Sin City in the video above from the owners’ meetings in Arizona.
Vince Young is hoping his football career isn’t over.
Young has hired agent Leigh Steinberg, who announced on Twitter today that Young has a “dream of playing more football.”
That Steinberg used the word “dream” suggests that he and Young realize it will be an uphill battle to get back to the NFL. Young hasn’t played in a regular season game since 2011, when he threw four touchdown passes and nine interceptions for the Eagles. He has spent time with the Bills, Packers and Browns since then but never made it past the preseason.
The fledgling Spring League has already said it would be interested in Young, so he’s got someone interested in him. But the Spring League is a long, long way from the NFL. It’s highly likely that Young has played his last NFL game, even if, at age 33, he’s not quite ready to say definitively that he’s done.