Clay Matthews was hit in the face by a line drive while pitching Saturday in a Packers charity softball game, a frightening moment after which he eventually was described as fine but with a boo-boo on his nose.
NFL.com reports Matthews suffered a broken nose and was taken to a nearby emergency room for a full evaluation.
The linebacker shared on Twitter that he will have surgery on his busted nose after the swelling goes down.
VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Miami star Michelle Pooch is being sued by former football player Branden Albert over a $230,000 investment he made in her new nail salon business.
The ex-NFL player Albert claims he was left out of business decisions, had his name left off incorporation papers and that Pooch used the funds on her own salary and a chauffeured car.
Carlos Santisteban Jr., Pooch’s lawyer, tells Page Six exclusively, At no time has Mr. Albert been blocked from accessing corporate documents or participating . . . The build-out of the second Get Nailed Bar in Miami Beach is underway, and Mr. Albert’s participation in the process would be welcomed.
I just wanted to try something different, Kelley said. I just had something going on within myself, and cutting my hair was just like a bold move to show that I’m making the changes that I need to make.
The organization also was looking for a change this offseason. The Redskins haven’t had a run game ranked higher than 19th since 2013, when they were fifth. They ranked 28th in 2017 as Kelley (knee, ankle) and Chris Thompson (fractured fibula) landed on injured reserve.
Doug Williams, the Redskins’ senior vice president of player personnel, repeatedly spoke about bringing in reinforcements to address the rushing woes, and then the team added Derrius Guice out of LSU with the draft’s 59th pick. Kelley said he wasn’t shocked and didn’t take it personally. The 2018 draft was actually the second consecutive year the team tried to fix its run game; Washington drafted Samaje Perine in the fourth round in 2017.