Reggie Wayne's Latest Wild Entrance to Camp; 'Pirates' Release Date
Jul 24, 2014, 11:34 AM ET
By ABC News
Reggie Wayne's Latest Wild Entrance to Training Camp
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Reggie Wayne showed up to training camp in an Indy Car Wednesday morning, driven by personal driver Ed Carpenter, ESPN reports. Indianapolis Colts coaches and players lined up in anticipation of the receiver’s customary grand entrance, which in the past has included a helicopter, dump truck, military convoy and even a bus full of kids.
‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5’ Gets Summer 2017 Release Date
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“Pirates of the Caribbean 5” has been slotted by Disney (which owns ABC News) for a July 7, 2017, release date, according to Deadline. The latest installment of the “Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise will be directed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
Dan Bilzerian’s Crazy Interview With Howard Stern
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Millionaire Dan Bilzerian told tales of his wild life to Howard Stern Wednesday night. Bilzerian, 33, claims to have made $50 million playing poker in the last year, and, as for spending it, told Stern that he plans on hiring a staff member for the sole purpose of tracking the women he sleeps with.
Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey’s Secret Wedding
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“Glee” star Naya Rivera married actor Ryan Dorsey July 19 in front of friends and family in Mexico, People reports.
The two have been longtime friends, meeting four years ago when Dorsey moved to Los Angeles. Dorsey is originally from Charleston, West Virginia, and attended the New Your Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.
Sidney Rice Retiring at 27
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ESPN reports that the Seahawks’ Sidney Rice will be retiring at age 27, likely because of a history of concussions.
In a statement released Wednesday, Rice said, “After careful consideration and seven wonderful years playing in the National Football League, including the last three for the Seattle Seahawks, I have decided to retire from playing in the National Football League. I have enjoyed my experiences with all of my coaches, teammates and passionate Seahawks fans."