Hundreds of thousands of outraged TV viewers called the FCC to complain.

There’s been mounting speculation singer Lady Gaga and the cast of the Broadway musical “Hamilton” will use the Super Bowl stage to rip President Donald Trump and his travel ban on immigrants and refugees from predominantly Muslim countries.

Lady Gaga will headline the Pepsi halftime show during the biggest TV event of the year. The Tony Award-winning cast of “Hamilton” will sing “America the Beautiful” during pregame ceremonies. After Trump’s election victory in November, the “Hamilton” cast called out Vice President Mike Pence from the stage. Pence is expected to attend Super Bowl 51 in person.

TV networks have routinely used tape delays for big, live events since Janet Jackson’s disastrous “wardrobe malfunction” at Super Bowl 38. After singer Justin Timberlake grabbed Jackson’s costume during the halftime show, her bare breast was exposed for a split second.

Hundreds of thousands of outraged TV viewers called the FCC to complain. Halftime sponsor AOL demanded its money back from the NFL. The FCC ended up slamming Really Cheap Jerseys broadcaster CBS with a record $550,000 fine.

Now that he’s back, Steinberg is hoping to help Young NFL Jerseys From China restore what was a once promising career. Young led Texas to a 2005 national championship and was the third overall pick in the 2006 draft by the Titans. He was the NFL’s Rookie of the Year and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2006, again making the Pro Bowl in 2009.

Even if the NFL isn’t in Young’s future, the new Spring League has expressed interest in signing him.

Jordan Howard stays true to UAB roots

But the powerfully built tailback openly represents UAB, the school he attended from 2013-14 before the university pulled the plug on the football program.

Howard met the Chicago media on Friday decked out in UAB shorts and with a #FreeUAB green bracelet around his right wrist.

During a brief question and answer session following Day 1 of rookie minicamp, the first-year running back bitterly recalled UAB’s decision to cancel the 2015 season, which forced him to relocate to Indiana.

“I already had a big chip on my shoulder because UAB was my only offer coming out of high school,” Howard said. “It just made my chip even bigger. But I definitely wanted to play well for UAB and put on for UAB because their program shut down. They just took it from us like it was nothing.”

“I played every game with the bracelet. I don’t take it off.”

It was in Toronto during a frigid All-Star Weekend where Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat first learned he had a medical issue that would end up sidelining him for the rest of the season. And it was in Toronto on Sunday where their season ended, bringing the pending outcome of an unfortunate situation to the organization’s forefront.

Bautista and Odor were ejected after the brawl, as were Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson and Texas bench coach Steve Buechele.

Umpires needed about 10 minutes to restore order, and Blue Jays reliever Jesse Chavez hit Prince Fielder with the next pitch when the game resumed, which caused both teams to leave their dugouts again, though this time no punches were thrown.

This would allow the organization to replace Bosh when his contract hypothetically comes off in the summer of 2017.

It’s a terrible situation to be in, but one the Heat have to responsibly investigate with Bosh as the summer unfolds.

If Bosh were to be cleared by Heat doctors and he had a recurrence of his condition, it would not only be potentially life-threatening but also reset the clock on the yearlong medical retirement process. Already, this appears like it may negatively impact three seasons and another setback could make it worse, not to mention the unthinkable issue of Bosh’s health possibly being at risk.

Before the finale of the three-game series between the teams on Sunday, Cubs manager Joe Maddon addressed the comments made by Pirates pitcher Jeff Locke that “anytime somebody like Arrieta hits somebody, you’ve got to assume automatically that one didn’t just get away.”

“I think Jake walked Locke on four consecutive pitches,” Maddon said. “I really don’t think that Jake was pitching around Locke. My point is, it can happen at any time, that a really exceptional pitcher can lose command of his pitches.

Peyton Manning Calls It a Career After 18 NFL Seasons

He had to crack a few jokes to help fight back the tears at his retirement news conference Monday, when the words didn’t always come as easy as the emotions.

His voice cracking, especially when he mentioned his hero, Johnny Unitas, Manning said goodbye to the game he loved in an auditorium packed with friends, family and laughter.

Manning, who turns 40 this month, said the timing was simply right to call one last audible one month after winning his second Super Bowl trophy.

Aside from that, it’s anybody’s guess.

“When I look back on my NFL career, I’ll know without a doubt that I gave everything I had to help my teams walk away with a win,” Manning said. “There were other players who were more talented, but there was no one could out-prepare me, and because of that I have no regrets.”

Elway thanked Manning for coming to Colorado, saying he made his own job easier, noting that with Manning living here, free agents were basically asking Elway “where do I sign?”

It was through the eyes of a former QB and not those of a GM that Elway really enjoyed watching Manning, however.

“Peyton Manning revolutionized the game,” Elway said. “We all used to think a no-huddle was a fast pace, get to the line of scrimmage and get people off-balance. Peyton revolutionized it, and you know what, we’re going to get to the line of scrimmage, take our time, I’m going to find out what you’re doing and then I’m going to pick you apart.

“I can’t tell you how many times I said, ‘Dang, why didn’t we think of that?'”

Manning went 50-15 in Denver, leading the Broncos to four AFC West titles, two Super Bowl trips, one championship, and in 2013 guided the highest-scoring offense in league history. All after retraining himself to throw following a series of neck fusion surgeries forced him to miss the 2011 season and he was cut by the Colts.
Former Colorado Rockies slugger Todd Helton, Manning’s teammate at Tennessee in the 1990s, once told the story about how Manning’s right arm was so shot after his neck operations that he thought Peyton was goofing around when he threw a football and it fluttered like a wounded duck.

“He had nothing,” Helton recounted. “But I knew he’d come back and be Peyton Manning again because nobody else works that hard.”

Manning revealed last summer he still had no feeling in the fingertips of his right hand, and yet he threw 140 of his NFL-best 539 TD passes for the Broncos, including a record 55 in 2013.

Team president Joe Ellis told Manning, “If there is a list of achievements needed to attain greatness, you’ve checked every box.”
Elway was equally emotional when he walked away from the game after winning his second championship in 1999, and on Monday he said, “Having been through it, I know it’s a hard day for him.”

The Cowboys have lost six straight games, and part of Bryant’s outburst was about the media “disrespecting this team.”

“Dez shouldn’t be in that situation,” Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said. “If someone’s going to incite him, just remove yourself from the situation.”

In a Friday news conference, Garrett said the coaches will use the incident as an opportunity to improve and stay focused on football.

“We have to understand the world we live in and handle ourselves better,” he said.

Indeed, Manning choked up several times, especially when he listed all the things he’d miss about football: deciphering defenses; the flights home after a big win; his teammates.