Year: 2021

Social Media Icon and Fitness Advocate Jen Selter Stars as Face of GUESS Spring 2021 Activewear Advertising Campaign

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 5, 2021–

This Spring 2021, GUESS is proud to introduce social media icon, motivator and fitness advocate Jen Selter as the face of GUESS’s newest Activewear collection. As one of the most influential social media stars, fitness advocates and lifestyle experts, Jen Selter has brought together the next generation of young women by her commitment to uplifting her social media followers. Jen exemplifies to her community that dedicating energy and effort to their own well-being is something that should be embraced daily.

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Social Media Icon and Fitness Advocate Jen Selter Stars as Face of GUESS Spring 2021 Activewear Advertising Campaign (Photo: Business Wire)

Shot by fashion photographer Josh Ryan, the campaign was photographed in El Mirage Dry Lake, CA. Jen is accompanied in the campaign by model, Nic Palladino. The duo is photographed wearing key styles

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Dak Prescott responds to SportsCenter social media troll

The Dallas Cowboys have become a punchline for their lack of playoff success in the past 25 years. The team’s starting quarterbacks always get heat on social media, and Dak Prescott is all too familiar with it.

SportsCenter posted a tweet from NFL memes on Instagram that highlighted NFC Championship appearance games since 1997. It showed none for the Dallas Cowboys, and one for Tom Brady, who is in his first season in the conference with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Prescott, who missed all but five games this season due to an ankle injury suffered in Week 5 against the New York Giants, made sure to get his word in:


The Cowboys were 2-3 in games Prescott started this season, and who knows what

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Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson, Calvin Johnson among 8 elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

Quarterback Peyton Manning added the last, and perhaps only, missing entry to his NFL résumé Saturday night when he was named as one of eight new enshrinees to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Manning, who was in his first year of eligibility, played on two Super Bowl-winning teams, was a five-time MVP, a 14-time Pro Bowl selection, a former Offensive Rookie of the Year and Comeback Player of the Year.

Joining Manning from the modern-era finalists in the Hall’s Class of 2021 will be former Raiders and Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson, former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, current San Francisco 49ers general manager and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Denver Broncos defensive back John Lynch, and former Pittsburgh Steelers guard Alan Faneca.

Manning, Woodson and Johnson were all in their first year of eligibility. They combined for 29 Pro Bowl selections and

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Anonymous email calls out Stanford for issuing bonuses to football, basketball staff

Stanford is drawing criticism for handing out bonuses to staff members who traveled with the football and both basketball teams throughout the pandemic. With the university set to cut 11 of its sports programs, there is internal concern about the hypocrisy of handing out bonuses amid a financial crunch.



a group of people playing a game of basketball: Stanford guard Kiana Williams shoots against Oregon during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Santa Cruz, Calif., Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn)


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Stanford guard Kiana Williams shoots against Oregon during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Santa Cruz, Calif., Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn)

An anonymous Stanford staffer sent an email that circulated through the Stanford athletic department expressing concern about the bonuses and department leadership, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The email also stated the bonuses were worth up to $5,000, but a Stanford statement disputed that figure.

Stanford did confirm that the university awarded bonuses to staffers traveling with the football and basketball teams:

“The scope and value of

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