Brett Favre Loves Sexting, Sending Dick Pics

You gotta’ love Deadpin, don’t ya? Editor A.J. Daulerio will let anything fly on that website, and ya’ know what? I dig it.

Today’s popular blog post details Jen Sterger’s text message exchanges with Brett Favre in which the legendary gunslinger sent her a couple of “dick pix” through MMS. Hmm, guess an exchange would mean she sent something back, right? Let’s say that Sterger was on the receiving end of some unexpected picture mail. Just when you thought the media’s infatuation with everything Brett Favre could not get more exhausted, saddle in (or up?) because this could take a while.

Personally, I think that Sterger should gift wrap some sort of fruit basket and send it Daulerio’s way. Her 15 minutes of fame were up two years ago, this is just another way to bring her back into the spotlight, something I’m sure she’s desperately wanting.

While Daulerio did report yesterday that an unnamed source did not want to go public with this story, he did send Sterger and e-mail warning her shit was about to go down.

I’m very close to running your Favre allegations today. I’ve spoken to the Jets about this. So let me know how you want to proceed, please. I’d prefer you were on the record about this stuff, but I understand if you don’t want to be. However, I do have our email conversations we had and, frankly, that’s enough to get this started.

Not trying to dick you over, but, there was no way I was going to sit on it forever, either.

So lemme know.

What I would give to have Jen Sterger’s e-mail address. Christ.

‘Brett Favre Once Sent Me Cock Shots’: Not A Love Story – (Deadspin)

This Is Boring

No meaningful sports are on television tonight, unless of course the Tour De France means something to you, then kindly make your way to Versus and keep to yourself.

The 18th Annual ESPY Awards are on tonight, that’s kinda worth watching I suppose. Oh? Seth Meyers from the incredibly mediocre Saturday Night Live is hosting? What’s that? Using the adjective “mediocre” is giving that piece of shit show too much credit? I’m sorry, seriously, very sorry.

Baseballs second half resumes tomorrow and for the next month that’s all we, as sports fans, will have to keep us going. The NFL and College Football are just around the bend, as well as HBO’s AWESOME series “Hardknocks” comes back at the end of the August.

So enjoy your lack of sports tonight. Perhaps make your way to MTV to watch the Real World New Orleans Part Deux? No? Nothing? Didn’t think so. I┬árecommend┬átaking about five tylenol PM’s and just calling it a night right now.

Seth Meyers, I hate you.

2010 NFL Mock Draft 2.7

*Check out the latest mock draft posted right before the draft: Mock 3.14

Man….dunno if i am just getting real excited, or was too excited with some of my original picks, but, there has been a lot of shuffleing around lately. To be honest, I was way too gutsy with some picks (Dez Bryant? I am sort of embarrassed) and too conservative with others. I will probs get all 32 right this time.
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Watch Out For Those Diehard Philly Hockey Fans

It hurts me to even write this because I swore to myself I would never blog about two topics, hockey and golf. I wouldn’t mind blogging about golf, but I wouldn’t sit here and act like I knew everything about the sport, because I don’t. Hockey is different, because when I was younger, I watched hockey religiously, more than I watched football or basketball, but just slightly less than I watched baseball.

When the NHL went on strike in 2004, I lost my interest in hockey. The rules changed and that made the game change for me, so I just stopped following it.

Until today that is. The Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers were battling for the 8th and final playoff spot. To make a long story short, the end of the game was actually exciting. It went into overtime and had a D2: The Mighty Ducks shootout type of ending, one that had the Flyers prevailing.

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Dancing With The Stars Update

Two of sports most acclaimed figures are taking part in the ABC’s series Dancing With the Stars: ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews and Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad OchoCinco. We will be updating their progress as long as they remain in the competition.

Chad OchoCinco and partner Cheryl Burke, who broke the ice for the 10th season of the ABC series followed up their week one performance with a dud this week. Last week, drawing the praises of the judges, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Burno Tonioli, OchoCinco and Burke were told that they have vast potential moving forward because of Burke’s ability to bring out the best in her partners and OchoCinco’s world class athleticism.

Dancing the Fox Trot to Five for Fighting’s single “100 years”, OchoCinco and Burke scored just a 16 out of 30. The look on Chad’s face after Len Goodman said that he had no encouraging words for the couple showed his frustration. Luckily for Chad and Cheryl, this competition is based very heavily on the voting of the fans who watch the show and it seems like the two of them are very popular amongst the audience. Time will tell just how popular the two are because if they turn in another performance like they did tonight, it could be a short stay on the program for the two of them.

As for ESPN’s sideline reporter Erin Andrews and reported boyfriend dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, the chemistry between them is obvious, maybe a little too much at times, but they are fairing pretty well early on. After scoring a 21 out of 30 for their rendition of the Cha Cha Cha in week one, they scored a 23 out of 30 for their Fox Trot this week. I’m afraid if ABC keeps showing their practice routines all the time, the audience might grow tired of EA, she sure does do a lot of talking and bitching during practice, but let’s face it, that’s how women are.

As the standings currently sit, Erin and Maks are in third place with an average score of 22.0. Chad and Cheryl are way down the list in eighth place with an average score of just 17.0.

Another athlete, Evan Lysacek is participating in Dancing With the Stars, but let’s face it, if you didn’t watch the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, it’s almost guaranteed that you don’t know who Evan Lysacek is.

That’s all for this week.

My Jealousy Is Getting The Best of Me

By this point, everyone knows who Erin Andrews is. If you weren’t a sports fan, you became aware of her in the summer when a certain creeper took pictures of her naked in her hotel room. If you were a women and still didn’t hear of this you knew who she was because she did the whole Oprah thing and talked about how troubling it was for her.

Now if you were somehow living under a rock (not physically possible) during all of those aforementioned occasions then there’s no way that you don’t know about her now, right? Erin Andrews has taken on the role of participant in the ever so popular ABC television show Dancing With the Stars. I’ll admit that I watch the show and I won’t make up some lame excuse that I only watch it because I want to see how the professional athletes do. I watch it because, well, I just enjoy it. Oh, and a lot of the women who participate on the show are pretty hot, except for Cloris Leachman.

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Racing Humans is Boring, Let’s Race… Pigeons

Iron Mike – If you thought Mike Tyson’s career could get any more entertaining, well you clearly need to guess again. In his latest career move, Tyson will be racing, yes, you read correctly, pigeons. The name of the show will be called Taking On Tyson and will be aired on the Animal Planet cable channel. – (ESPN)