Football player/Webster actor Alex Karras and AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka.
Charles “Peanut” Tillman is another Bears player getting in on some Movember fun. It’s difficult to find pictures of these guys without their helmets on, but Charles was nice enough to tweet this picture of himself sporting a steesh.
I heard Peanut on the radio a few years back saying that to keep warm during cold games in Chicago, he lathers himself up with vaseline. How slippery!
And we’re back. Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears visited Nashville this weekend to manhandle the Titans. The Bears scored 28 points in a matter of 4 minutes.
Some people will say it had nothing to do with the fact that many of the Bears players were sporting mustaches, and they’d be right. It’s because the Titans aren’t very good.
The Rams are not very good, but they need to reward the people who come to their games, so they will be treating their opener as a Stache Bash. This is an easy promotion since 95% of St. Louis Ram’s fans already have a mustache, while the other 5% are either babies or thought they were going to the zoo to see actual rams.
Jarrell Root is a rookie defensive end for the Miami Dolphins. On a season of Hard Knocks that has featured Dolphin’s coach Joe Philbin picking up gum wrappers and telling his team to clean up their locker room, Jarrell has been a fun character to watch. His play-by-play in the second preseason game is the most fun you can have watching the 4th quarter of a preseason NFL game.
Andy Reid, head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles and possible Yosemite Sam impersonator, has gone on record that he is growing out his mustache because he can no longer grow hair. I applaud him. Most older men who can no longer grow hair simply grow out their eyebrows and ear and nose hair.