Sport Pat McAfee's Sources Say Russell Wilson Does Not Have Multiple Parking Spots
Kirk Herbstreit Makes His Opinion On Pat McAfee Very Clear
After Pat McAfee's first season as a full-time member of College GameDay, he already has a five-star review. Kirk Herbstreit made his opinion of his newest coworker clear on social media. "Outstanding article on our guy Pat McAfee," Herbstreit tweeted. "Grateful he joined the College GameDay family this Fall and looking forward to many more together."McAfee is known to bring the energy. While covering the Alabama-Tennessee game for the show, he backflipped into the Tennessee river after telling Jim Gaiero, the College GameDay producer since 2016, that if there's water, he has to jump in.
Yesterday, Shannon Sharpe turned some heads when he appeared to drop some insider information regarding the Russell Wilson situation whilst ranting about the Denver Broncos on Undisputed. Sharpe yelled tothat the Broncos need to take Wilson's away after how he's played this year. This is obviously noteworthy because what man needs more than one parking space and what kind of influence does Wilson really wield if he can demand and receive more than one parking space from the coaching staff/ownership group?
The claim quickly circulated around theworld. Quick enough that looked into it and was ready with a refute less than a day later. On Wednesday's iteration of his show, McAfee explained the parking situation at the Broncos' facilities (with some very helpful graphic arrows) before stating that his sources said Wilson does not have multiple parking spots.
Glad that's settled. Although Wilson's truck is so large it wouldn't be a surprise if he edged over the line and took up two spaces, anyway.
This was one of those things that seemed too over-the-top to be true, even for the real-life soap opera that can be professional sports. Turns out it was.
Russell Wilson 'Lost His Athleticism': Broncos' Sharpe on Seahawks Ex QB .
"Russell Wilson has lost athleticism. Russ cannot outrun anybody'' - Broncos ex Shannon Sharpe, pinpointing the problem for the former Seahawks QB. At some point, this all qualifies as piling on.Denver Broncos QB Russell Wilson is officially now the dregs of the NFL, a rock-bottom player and a rock-bottom team that after losing 51-14 to the Rams on Christmas Day - with Wilson throwing three interceptions - fired coach Nathaniel Hackett. ... Leaving Wilson, the former Seattle Seahawks star who last offseason engineered his way to Denver in a blockbuster trade, right in the line of fire.