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Jason Kelce trolled the Cowboys while sharing an important PSA

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Jason Kelce trolled the Cowboys while sharing an important PSA

Even in times of uncertainty, there’s always an opportunity to troll the Cowboys. 

In the midst of some extremely confusing and scary times for the world, Jason Kelce still managed to troll the Cowboys in the best way while issuing a Public Service Announcement to his fan encouraging them to stay safe.
  
He posted a video on his Instagram, with his young daughter Wyatt in his arms, discussing the need for the public to make best choices to stay safe and encouraging fans to support local business. 

But Kelce being, well, Kelce, he couldn’t resist the urge to roast the Cowboys in a pretty epic way. 
 
At the very end of the video, there is a grand reveal of baby Wyatt’s shirt, with “Dallas Sucks” written across the front. That’s a pretty amazing troll job, we must say. 

Here’s the full video from his social media page.


Some things will never change for Philly. 

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Cameras caught Joel Embiid with a very funny, NSFW moment in the Hawks game

Cameras caught Joel Embiid with a very funny, NSFW moment in the Hawks game

Joel Embiid is a national treasure. 

The big fella had himself a career night against the Hawks, pouring in a new personal high of 49 points, as well as delivering a career high in absurdity. 

And you may not have spotted his latest antic.

In the final moments of Monday's game, Kevin Huerter of the Hawks swiped the ball from Embiid, who was trying to dribble it out, to which Embiid promptly responded with a um, bird of his own. 

Check it out in the video above. 

Here’s a closer look. 

While we don’t typically condone this sort of behavior, it is pretty hilarious of a response from Embiid on his career-high night. He did in fact apologize for his behavior later in his postgame interview with Serena Winters. 

“I also want to say sorry for what I did at the end of the game," Embiid said. "Ya’ll probably saw that on TV, I am sorry.”

His postgame walk-off interview also happened to include some expletives, which he again ... apologized for. You can watch that one above or read his quote right here. 

Never stop being you, Embiid. 
 
We appreciate your apologies Embiid, and we appreciate you as a human.

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Orlando Scandrick did some backpedaling Monday on FS1’s Undisputed

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Orlando Scandrick did some backpedaling Monday on FS1’s Undisputed

Oh boy, this guy again. 

Orlando Scandrick, the former Eagles cornerback,known best for skewering his former team earlier this season on FS1’s Undisputed after he was cut (see story), is back to talking about the Eagles again. 

Except this time, it looks like he has been humbled as he backpedaled a bit on his words from earlier this season. 

“That Eagles team, I have to take my hat off and tip it to them,” Scandrick said on Monday’s show. “The Cowboys and the Eagles are two organizations going in complete total opposite directions. I hope they get it figured out in Dallas, I'm a little concerned."

Though hilariously, Skip Bayless called him out for “turning the Eagles' season around," because “he re-lit a fire in it the Eagles locker room.” Not only this, he called him a “dry snitch." It’s pretty amazing to actually agree with Bayless on something, but here we are. 

Here’s the whole exchange from the show. 

Scandrick even had to pay up with a bet with Shannon Sharpe over who would win the NFC East. Spoiler alert: Scandrick picked the Cowboys, who very much did not win the division. Looks like he owed Sharpe two bottles of liquor, which he presented on set during the show. 

Scandrick, we would also like an apology to the city of Philadelphia, if we’re paying up for things right now. 

Ah, there’s nothing like the sweet, sweet sound of someone being wrong. Even sweeter that it happens to be a Cowboys supporter.



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