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(clips): snow shovelers and a truck stuck in snow (voice-over): "With snow removal now complete, New York City is ready to pick up garbage once again.
To help make the process more efficient, New Yorkers are asked to place garbage from July through September at the front of the pile.
Her resolution was, "I'm going to try not to be a douche bag." (Dave receives the Late Show aaoogah horn for this quote.) And when that ball comes down... He wants to tell us about his most recent air travel, and the inspection of his person by a TSA employee.
They gave "Dave and The Twins" quite a good inspection, if you know what I mean.
Drake's team, at the time, told us Sophie had a very "questionable background." They said, "She has admitted to having multiple relationships.
Drake: You do know what you're doing you think you're going to get money.
Manning, who won titles with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos, is hoping to follow Tony Romo into the broadcast booth, where the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback shined for CBS Sports in his first year since retiring from the NFL last season. The Mannings are the first family of football.'ESPN and Fox declined to comment to SN and Manning could not be reached.
It also helps that Manning is well known, not only because of his success on the field, but also for his 'Saturday Night Live' appearances, and his frequent commercial work. ESPN executive Stephanie Druley previously told Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch that the network was interested in Manning as Gruden's MNF replacement.
Fox recently agreed to pay 0 million a year to air 'Thursday Night Football,' according to Sports Business Daily, even though CBS and NBC lost money while splitting the TNF package last season.Previously ESPN's top earner had been Jon Gruden, who made .5 million for the 2015 season, according to author Jim Miller.Coincidentally, Gruden will reportedly make million a season after returning to coach his former franchise, the Oakland Raiders.With the NFL's television ratings dropping for the second consecutive year, retired quarterback Peyton Manning has found himself at the center of a bidding war between two of the league's broadcast partners who are reportedly willing to pay the two-time Super Bowl champion million annually for him to serve as a game analyst.ESPN and Fox Sports are so eager for Manning to call their respective 'Monday Night Football' and 'Thursday Night Football' broadcasts that they're willing to give the 41-year old a record deal, according to The Sporting News.