Watch: Woman catches foul ball at Braves-Padres game with her beer, chugs it

For those of legal age, beers and baseball games go hand-in-hand.

But Gabby DiMarco got a little more than she bargained for when a foul ball off the bat of Ender Inciarte plopped in her beer. However, that wasn’t the best part — it was her chugging the full beer with the baseball inside that made DiMarco go viral.

She also said everyone was chanting for her to chug the beer, but she said she would have slammed the brew, anyway.

Alex Guerreo, TB12 leader and someone Edelman visited for rehab last season, released a statement Thursday on Edelman’s suspension.

I’ve known Julian since his rookie year and he is a phenomenal athlete who takes his training seriously — it’s disappointing to hear today’s news, Guerrero wrote in a statement posted on the Patriots website. Elite athletes sometimes work with multiple coaches and health professionals as part of their training.

There has been speculation as to TB12’s involvement in Edelman’s failed PED test.

It’s not as if the Browns, 1-31 over the past two seasons, will be any worse as a result of the move. And the Haslams are right; NFL franchises largely continue to be family-owned businesses, albeit hardly Mom and Pop operations.

That’s one of the reasons why nepotism seems to be so widely tolerated in the coaching ranks. It’s hard for ownership to apply a do-as-we-say-not-as-we-do approach when what ownership does is hire their own family members with the obvious goal of grooming them to take over the business at the appropriate time.

Otherwise, when the appropriate time comes, the only option is to sell the team.

There’s things I could have done better coming out, Latimer said. There’s things I took for granted. I don’t blame anybody but myself on that one. It was me. I had to make a change. It took me to my third, fourth year to finally get that. I just took it for granted, thought I knew everything, didn’t have the same habits I’ve grown to learn and do now.

The defining moment, Latimer said, came not on the field but at home, two years ago, when his fiancée, Jaimee, gave birth to Jacolby. Looking at his newborn son, Latimer said, finally convinced him to change his ways.

FOX adds two sideline reporters, Mike Pereira to Thursday Night Football

FOX didn’t get the commentator it wanted when Peyton Manning turned down the opportunity to call Thursday Night Football games. But the network has now finalized its broadcasting team, and it’s a supersized version of what it airs on Sundays.

Rosenthal left six years ago for a job with the NFL. As a card-carrying full-blooded Italian, my reaction to his decision to leave was to pretend that he never existed.

More recently, a thaw has occurred. Last Saturday, thanks to the free-flowing wine at the wedding of PFT Live executive predictor Matt Casey, we hung out for a while, and I decided in the midst of a semi-drunken stupor to invite him to appear on the podcast.

It’s shocking, Young said, via Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group, especially in context for what it feels like to be there and the guys that you surround yourself with and the meaning it has personally and just for the team and the respect of all the people that got you there. . . . The relationship with the Hall of Fame for him has been difficult, because they delayed his time getting in. I’m sure there’s resentment and scar tissue about it, but I beg him to reconsider.

Young thinks that Owens could be creating a lasting scar.

The damage to the relationship could be permanent, Young said. You don’t want that. So I beg him to reconsider because the longevity of all the people that want to respect him and that he should respect as well. Forget about, ‘I’m mad at the voters, I’m mad at the system.’ The damage that could be done by not going could overwhelm him over a period of time.

But here’s the reality: Those who dislike Owens will always find a reason to justify their feelings. If he changes his mind and shows up, the critics will find a way to bash him for it. If he apologizes, they’ll find a way to say it wasn’t sufficiently genuine.

Goff in his second season broke out under coach Sean McVay, but he still needs to iron out much of his game in order to go from good to great.

Mannion and Allen are your average No. 2s and No. 3s with limited upside.

The Broncos made a big upgrade from Siemian to Keenum, and in doing so, they took a QB battle out of the equation. Years ago, Keenum was signed as an undrafted free agent thanks to his West Coast offense potential when Gary Kubiak was in Houston. Lynch might develop better without the burden of pressure to start. Kelly is someone to watch in his second camp.

Going through the draft process to obtain vital feedback before returning for another season would make sense. We’ll leave Nevada in the top 10, assuming the members of the trio make the decision to play college basketball in 2018-19. Since they’re all transfers with four years of collegiate experience, however, their departure is a real threat.

Tom Izzo’s program has endured turnover as well as any in the country during his tenure. Even when the personnel changes, the Spartans maintain the same approach, crashing the offensive glass and dominating the paint.

If sophomore Nick Ward returns, the Spartans will again possess one of the most significant big men in the Big Ten and a guard in Cassius Winston (12.6 PPG, 49.7 percent from beyond the arc) to lead the squad.

You can’t replace Jaren Jackson Jr. and Miles Bridges. They’re unique talents. Marcus Bingham, a 6-9, ESPN 100 big man, would complement Ward, Xavier Tillman and Kenny Goins to form a strong frontcourt and back a Big Ten contender.

While it’s a stretch to assume that third-round picks will start immediately, Atlanta first drafted Deadrin Senat of South Florida on Day 2 to attempt to solve its problem. If nothing else, it had a body it could play at the position. Post-draft, the team signed Terrell McClain, who is now on his third team in three years.

Come September, it would be an upset if those two were not the top nose tackles on the team’s depth chart. McClain, who was released by Washington just one year into a four-year contract, may even be the team’s starter.

Derek Carr: It’s been cool getting pushed by Jon Gruden

There were some who wondered if Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and head coach Jon Gruden would make for a poor fit because of Gruden’s aggressive coaching style, but Carr says all has gone well thus far.

Carr said Tuesday that anyone who was a fly on the wall in a room with the two men would find they are “eerily similar” and joked that no one should assume he can’t handle hearing the F-word because they haven’t heard him say it. Carr also noted that he’s played for other football coaches, so the idea that he hasn’t been exposed to strong attitudes and language is a silly one.

In 2014, he helped open the Joe Namath Neurological Research Center in Jupiter with the doctors who helped him. Now, he is trying to get the FDA to approve HBOT as a treatment Cheap Baseball Jerseys China for neurological issues.

Some of these [problems] may not need to go in that direction with surgery or drugs, Namath said. This is an alternative. It’s an additional process to help him. I’m convinced. I know it works. My heart and soul are behind it. But I know from the last five years this is a tedious process, trying to convince and get the approval [from the FDA]. We need to help people more with traumatic brain injuries.

That’s the obvious football-related takeaway from the bizarre story from Philadelphia regarding 76ers President of Basketball Operations Bryan Colangelo’s use of five — FIVE! — phony Twitter accounts for the purpose of saying things about players, coaches, etc. that he could never say in his own name.

Colangelo, despite the very real possibility that he’d eventually be caught (which was borne out by the fact that he was), now faces the very real possibility that he’ll be fired. Which makes fascinating the very real possibility that folks covering the NFL will begin swarming social media and working sources for any evidence that prominent NFL figures (or, gulp, media members) have been doing the same.

Last year, an account of a quasi-burner account emerged in the NFL, via the story that the wife of Commissioner Roger Goodell had been maintaining a Twitter account aimed at defending him and/or attacking his critics. Mrs. Goodell’s account was detected via sleuthing; Colangelo’s came from a tip. (Which raises two obvious questions: Why would Colangelo tell anyone else that he had burner accouts, and how many people did he tell?)