Since it was the women's PRIVATE iCloud accounts that the pictures were stolen from.
This was a 'targeted attack' of the women's accounts.
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You may know Colin Kaepernick as the QB for the San Francisco 49er's.
Or perhaps as the tatted up, ripped to shreds, jacked as F*CK pile of hotness on the cover of Sports Illustrated's most boner inducing cover. (Are they not wearing cups?? Ow ow!)
Or maybe it's as the smoking hot grand wizard boner lord in the realm of our dreams.
However, his skills didn’t quite live up to expectation, and the St. Louis Rams had to cut him, in favor of undrafted rookie Ethan Westbrooks.
Now, Sam is on waivers, but if no other team picks him up, the Rams would love to keep him in the organization on the practice squad!
Coach Jeff Fisher talked about Sam at a press conference, saying
This past offseason, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell came under heavy fire after he suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for merely 2 games after he beat his now-wife, Janay Palmer, and dragged her apparently unconscious body out of an elevator.
Many felt the punishment did NOT fit the crime and was proof that league was turning a blind eye towards domestic violence towards women.
Well Roger heard the criticism and realized the error in his ways, and most importantly he decided to take action. The commissioner released a statement on the controversy, saying:
With the NFL season just around the corner, one of the big story lines getting a lot of buzz is whether or not Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in the league, will still be on the St. Louis Rams' roster for week 1!
Maybe ESPN should stick to reporting on actual sports stories, not when and where an openly gay athlete is showering!
Yesterday, reporter Josina Anderson felt the need to disclose what one of Michael Sam’s teammates told her about what’s going on in the locker room.
According to Anderson, Sam has been hanging back after practice and not showering with the rest of the Rams squad.
The report had a lot of people calling foul on Anderson and ESPN, including St. Louis defensive end Chris Long, who thought what the cable network did was completely inappropriate.
But would they do the same???
The NFL is actually asking the superstar acts to PAY for the privilege to perform during the biggest sporting event on the planet!