“Originally, he was like, ‘Oh, s–t! Are you serious? How did this happen?'” Terricka said. “It was shocking news for the both of us. It took me a while to process it, but Antonio stood firm and was saying, ‘It’s God’s will.’ And he’s been excited the whole time.”
No. 3, Sunday was Mother’s Day. That’s pretty fantastic timing.
“It was the most amazing, yet rewarding gift to give birth on Mother’s Day. This is a storybook fairy-tale for Antonio and I,” Terricka told US Weekly.
Congratulations to the Cromarties.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White’s career did not exactly get off to the most promising start. After the Bears made him the No. 7 overall pick in the 2015 draft, White sat out his entire rookie season with a stress fracture in his shin.
It’s the same procedure Jaguars rookie Myles Jack said he might need at some point in his career, an admission that saw Jack, considered one of the draft’s best players, fall out of the first round altogether.
In case you’re wondering, CBSSports.com’s Jared Dubin wrote about the microfracture procedure in the days leading up to the draft: “It’s a surgery technique where the doctor drills tiny holes in the underlying bone in order to repair cartilage. It’s well-known for dramatically altering the careers of NBA stars such as Penny Hardaway, Chris Webber, Tracy McGrady, and Amar’e Stoudemire. There’s a study that shows patients eventually recover to 75 to 80 percent of their original health and strength in the knee. That’s not disastrous, but it’s obviously not ideal, either.”
That includes this weekend’s effort in Charlotte, which is named 53 Strong for Sandra and has a goal of finding 53 women to screen:
The screenings will take place outside of BB&T Ballpark at the corner of South Mint and 3rd Streets from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Charlotte Radiology Mobile Breast Center.
Patients must be over 40, uninsured and pre-registered with the Levine Cancer Institute by calling (980) 442-2509. Women seeking further eligibility requirements are asked to call the same number.
Being selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the NFL Draft was a thrill for Prescott because he grew up as a Cowboys fan, but it also turned out to be a nightmare because some of his old tweets resurfaced after he was picked.
The four-year-old tweets that resurfaced were kind of awkward because they were bashing Tony Romo.
Basically, Prescott gave up on Romo and the Cowboys after Dallas lost to Washington in the 2012 regular season finale. Romo threw three picks in the game and, as Prescott notes, he’s DONE with Romo and he’s #HadEnough.