The NFL free agency period officially started the season.
The wackiness erupted at a rapid pace the moment trades began to occur for major talent, not just potential draft picks.
Names such as Jimmy Graham (Seahawks), Kiko Alonso (Eagles), Lesean McCoy (Bills) and Mike Wallace (Vikings) all shipped on a choice not made by them.
Among those choosing new or old destinations: Ndamukong Suh to the Miami Dolphins and Darrelle Revis to the Jets.
The Eagles, in one of many head-scratching decisions, signing ex-Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell to a $63 million contract over six years.
A lot of moves were made and teams will definitely look different this year.
It’s the middle of March meaning the NCAA basketball is in full tournament swing and millions of brackets shall be filled with dreams for bragging rights or financial glory.
Kentucky should be everyone’s favorite with 34-0 record and a No. 1 overall ranking.
ROMNEY VS. HOLYFIELD
In case you didn’t know, former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield (52) and Former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney (68) will stand toe-to-toe in a charity boxing event May 15 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Not a joke, very real, and potential fight of the decade.