- The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Chatter: Tim Lemke has more on the Nationals’ agreement with Johnny Estrada on our Washington Nationals blog.

D1scourse: Patrick Stevens has his latest bracket breakdown on our colleges blog.


“That’s the first proposal I’ve gotten at one of these. I’m a one-woman man.”

— Tom Brady after a reporter proposed to him at Media Day


Tom Brady

Tom Terrific found a way to have even more folks talking about him by sporting a cast on his foot while sneaking a visit to his supermodel girlfriend.

Johan Santana

Stolen from the Twins by the Mets for a grab bag of prospects, the best pitcher in the world lands in the National League East.

Chris Webber

The reunion of Nellie and CWebb in Golden State is more interesting than Jason Kidd trying to whine his way out of New Jersey.

Rick Majerus

He didn’t even make the cover of SI, so the cover jinx can’t be blamed for his Saint Louis University reprimand. At least he didn’t grab anybody.


The news never stops for this dead horse. Now he will have a strange, upside-down statue, and his ashes will be buried at Churchill Downs near another statue.

TWT FIVE Wackiest Media Day Moments

Courtesy of Redskins reporter Ryan O’Halloran, who chronicled the day on our NFL Lowdown at the Super Bowl blog.

1. The Hispanic fortune teller. He was speaking Spanish, so almost nobody knew what he was up to.

2. Miss Nevada, sash and all, working for a Las Vegas radio station.

3. The fake red carpet of “Entertainment Tonight”

4. Former “American Idol” contestant Kellie Pickler working as a correspondent for “The Tonight Show.”

5. A Mexican TV reporter, wearing a scandalous wedding dress, proposed to Tom Brady.

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