An ankle sprain didn’t stop cornerback Richard Sherman from celebrating his team’s Super Bowl victory at Marquee last night. The nightclub in Chelsea also welcomed Seattle Seahawks safety Kameron Chancellor, wide receiver Percy Harvin and the game’s Most Valuable Player, Malcolm Smith.
It’s hard to imagine the owner of an NFL football team giving away that most coveted of objects -- a Super Bowl ring -- and to a complete stranger, no less. It's less hard to imagine Putin seeing something he wants and taking it.
At the “Wolf of Wall Street” premiere last night, the stars on the red carpet were hotter than the investment tips. Considering the movie tells the story of a convicted stock swindler, that was a good thing.
Lineman Vince Wilfork threw a football standing by his seat in the Waldorf Astoria ballroom last night to quarterback Tom Brady on stage, who caught it, then fumbled. Wilfork threw another to linebacker Jerod Mayo. It bounced on the piano where Elton John would later perform.
Republican Mitt Romney’s favorite football team, headed by a donor to President Barack Obama’s re- election bid, faces a rival Oct. 21 owned by a top Romney fundraiser who’s said he would rather see his candidate than his team win.