Jews own more than 30% of all major North American pro sports teams. Some are very good - and some are very, very, very bad.
The Super Bowl MVP talks Jewish journey.
‘My respect for you is through the roof,’ Edelman told 13-year-old Dejah Rondeau.
Greg Joseph of the NFL’s Cleveland Browns got a new mezuzah and kicked a game-winning field goal — on the same day.
Rosen is football’s newest baller Jewish boy-toy — descended from ice skaters, he is a new generation of self-promoter.
“We’ll hopefully get some food into him in the first half, keep him on the bench, and if we need him in the second half he can play some minutes.”
One league source said Edelman was appealing, as he has never tested positive despite taking “hundreds of tests.”
The house was originally owned by real estate developer Yizhak Toledano.
‘Chosen Rosen’ has a mouth on him, an arm on him and a lovely tukhes (plus all the normal parts).
Quarterback Josh Rosen was drafted by the with the pick in the National Football League draft.