Relationships between coaches and reporters can get tense, sometimes causing scenes that are uncomfortable to watch.
Then there’s what happened Wednesday between Packers associate head coach/linebackers coach Winston Moss and reporters at Green Bay’s minicamp in Ashwaubenon, Wis. Moss sat down to talk to the media, but clearly did not seem in the mood. He rolled his eyes, disputed a reporter’s account of a player’s on-field actions and seemed unwilling to volunteer any information.
An eagle-eyed neighbor helped crack the bizarre case of a former NFL star now accused in a slew of attacks on women.
It was just after 2:30 p.m. June 7 when the Encinitas, Calif., resident spotted him: a hulking, muscled, 6-foot-4 stranger emerging from her 86-year-old neighbor’s mobile home.
Kang, who is currently in the minor league system after missing all of last season following the arrest, admitted he never told the Pirates nor his previous Korean Baseball Organization team, the Nexen Heroes, about his first two DUIs.
He said it was an ill-informed decision he is very regretful for withholding information about his arrests.
According to Kang, he never drank when he was playing, but did during the offseason to to kind of let the steam out.
Kang is currently in the final year of his contract with the Pirates and is attempting to get back to the majors. After several attempts at obtaining a visa, he was granted one earlier this spring.
Last January, Thompson, a Fox Sports NFL host, was enjoying her day when the news hit her: Nude photos of Thompson had been stolen from her iCloud and shared online.
Thompson opened up about the horrors that followed in a podcast with The Athletic, saying her friends helped her through the publication of pictures that were from so long ago.