Sports fans are well aware of the current boon taking place in Boston. The Red Sox just won their second World Series in four years. The Celtics acquired one of the NBA's best players in Kevin Garnett and are off to a 3-0 start. And then there's the Patriots, who could be on their way to an undefeated season. As if that isn't enough for the fine folks of Beantown, now Jessica Simpsonsays this toExtra: "I think Boston has cute boys. I need a Boston man." There's nothing like the rich getting richer.
Speaking Of Boston's Luck...
The ladies of that fine city could be hitting the jackpot soon, too. Reports say Calvin Klein has offered Tom Brady more than $1 million to become their next underwear model. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
You Can Buy Manny's Car
We apologize for the Boston overload today (we're Yankees fans, so it's rough for us, too), but we couldn't pass up this item. Manny Ramirez, who once tried to sell his barbecue on eBay, is back in the auction game. The happy-go-lucky outfielder is now selling his 2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8 on eBay. Get your bids in now!
Hollywood Gossip has noticed that hockey players have done plenty of hooking up with celebrities. So they've decided to investigate the topic further to see who deserves props for their conquests. In they're words, they're "separating the bottom-feeders from the true players." (Warning: Link contains strong language.) Speaking of hockey significant others, The Big Lead is seeing how Willa Ford stacks up againstEmma Anderson, the girlfriend of the Detroit Red Wings' Henrik Zetterberg. (Thanks to Lucas Dwyer of Albany, N.Y., for sending us the link.)
Are We Calling This "Noise-gate?"
That story about the Colts piping in crowd noise quickly got swept under the rug, but the Deuce of Davenport says there is now proof that Indianapolis gets some help jacking up the sound.
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