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Chicago Bears’ Jason McKie’s CELEBOWL Adds Stars from NFL, NBA, WNBA, and Entertainment Worlds

Chicago Bears’ Jason McKie’s CELEBOWL Adds Stars from NFL, NBA, WNBA, and Entertainment Worlds

IMG - Jason McKie Foundation

CHICAGO (May 7, 2008) On May 14, 2008 Broadway touring star Rikki-Lee Travolta will be on hand as a celebrity guest for Chicago Bears’ Jason McKie’s Celebowl to raise money to benefit the families of American soldiers.

In addition to Travolta and McKie, over two-dozen other celebrity guests - including members of the Chicago Bears (NFL), the Chicago Bulls (NBA), the Chicago Sky (WNBA), and entertainment world - are expected to attend. Some of the confirmed celebrities for the Jason McKie Foundation Celebowl include: Devin Hester, Adewale Ogunleye, and Desmond Clark.

Broncos Cutler Says He Has Type-1 Diabetes – Explains Dry Mouth and Frequent Urination

Broncos Cutler Says He Has Type-1 Diabetes – Explains Dry Mouth and Frequent Urination

Cutler on Friday

(Best Syndication) Denver Broncos quarterback, Jay Cutler, revealed that he had diabetes at a press conference on Friday. Cutler learned of the diagnosis Thursday night according to Broncos spokesperson Kasey Byers. Steps have already been taken to combat the disease, and Cutler has already felt a difference since taking insulin, says Byers.

Cutler wanted to set the record straight Friday morning about his type-1 diabetes. "We weren't not trying to hide this, we were probably going to come out with this in the next few weeks before OTA's started up," Cutler said. "But obviously, some people wanted to get there before hand."

New York Giants Beat New England Patriots in Forth Quarter – 4th QTR Play By Play For Super Bowl 42

New York Giants Beat New England Patriots in Forth Quarter – 4th QTR Play By Play For Super Bowl 42

Final Score

(Best Syndication) The forth quarter brings Hanson out for the punt into the New York endzone. The best play of the game so far was the next one. Manning throws the ball perfectly to Kevin Boss up the center of the field. Boss runs the ball up to the 35 yard line. That was a 35 yard play.

A handoff to Bradshaw is good for three yards. But then Manning slings it up the center to Steve Smith. This brings the Giants to the NE 12 yard line. A handoff brought the ball to the 5 yard line. Then Manning threw the ball into the endzone and it is caught by Boss.

Third Quarter Play By Play For Super Bowl 42 – New England Patriot Vs The New York Giants

Third Quarter Play By Play For Super Bowl 42 – New England Patriot Vs The New York Giants

Third Quarter into Forth

(Best Syndication) The Second Half began with the Patriots ahead by 4 points. There was not much scoring in the first half with New England ahead 7 to 3. Maroney received the second quarter kick-off at the Patriot 5 yard line. New York brought him down around the 20 yard line.

Brady takes the ball in the shotgun formation and throws it down the center to Wes Welker. This made it a first down at the 36 yard line. Then Maroney picks up 7 yards with a run up the center carrying several Giants along the way. After an incomplete pass, Faulk catches one up the center for a few yards.

Second Quarter Play By Play For Super Bowl 42

Second Quarter Play By Play For Super Bowl 42

Second Quarter

(Best Syndication) The second quarter began with the end of a Patriots possession and touchdown by Maroney on a Brady handoff. Maroney ran the ball around the right side for 6 points. The extra point made it a 7-3 game for New England.

But a messed-up kick by New England put the Giants at their own 40 yard line. Eli Manning started the second quarter with 5 and 7 passing. Manning went long on the blitz to Toomer. The completion was for 30 plus yards bringing the Giants deep into Patriot territory. Jacobs took the ball from the 20 to the 15 right down the center.

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