Fast Pitch: Eagles Fast Food, NHL Playoff WAGs, Richest Athletes
Here’s the latest edition of Fast Pitch for May 14, 2013:
For starters, this has Andy Reid jokes written all over it. Why on earth would the Philadelphia Eagles promote Taco Tuesday and Fast Food Fridays in the first place? No wonder this team finished with a disappointing 4-12 record during the 2012 season and thank goodness Chip Kelly is promoting better eating habits.
The NHL Playoffs have been pretty exciting so far and the best part is–there are still plenty of players with amazing WAGs cheering their favorite team on. Be sure to swing on over to the Clubhouse section and checkout the list of the 15 hottest WAGs of this year’s playoffs.
These lovely ladies have had plenty to cheer about over the last couple of weeks and it will be interesting to see which ones are still cheering a few weeks from now.
It’s amazing how much money professional athletes make as most of them will make more in a single year than some of us will make over our entire life. Even though he’s no longer playing in the big league’s Michael Jordan still managed to bring in over $80 million last year thanks to everything he’s involved with.
In honor of these professional athletes, we decided to conduct a list of the 20 richest active professional athletes–so be sure to go over to the Clubhouse section and check it out!
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