We are running a bit behind schedule tonight, so I apologize for that, but I sincerely hope everyone had an amazing Memorial Day (and a much needed day off of work to boot). NFL.com had a nice piece up on the subject, so I will gladly link to that here.
In an odd bit of news you don't see often, the US government slipped up today in the revelation of a top CIA chief's identity. There has been a lot of debate recently over the NSA and various other government agencies, and their relative freedoms to invade the privacy of normal citizens across the nation, but a cover being blown of a top CIA personnel is a rarer discussion.
A hefty congratulations as well to Real Madrid and their fans for their 10th Champions League Crown over the weekend. It was certainly a worthy comeback win when all was said and done. In other soccer news, Liverpool boss Brenden Rodgers signed a new deal that will keep him in Anfield for the next few years if not longer. He deserved a deal after helping reinvigorate the squad to top levels this past season.
That's all for tonight. Have a great evening, and again, a happy Memorial Day.