Tuesday’s Mashup: Michael Chavis tweets coronavirus quarantine story about naked neighbor

Lucy Burdge
March 31, 2020 - 7:51 am

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-- People are resorting to odd activities during this coronavirus quarantine and Michael Chavis saw something he had to share with the world. 

Chavis tweeted a story about one of his neighbors that involves a naked woman and a mailbox. 

“So I’m working out outside today and while I was jump roping one of my neighbors decided to walk (slowly) to her mailbox completely naked while her husband was filming,” he tweeted. “I don’t know what that means exactly but what a journey this Coronavirus has taken us on.”

When one person asked Chavis if he joined them, he said he absolutely did not. 

“I immediately ran inside to tell my girlfriend,” he responded. “Nuh uh, I ain’t gettin trapped  it’s 2020.”

-- During FOX’s re-airing of Super Bowl LI on Sunday, the NFL’s Instagram posted a photo of Julian Edelman’s huge catch. 

One of the most incredible catches in Super Bowl history. Rewatch Super Bowl LI, today 3pm ET on @nflonfox.

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And Edelman got some praise from none other than David Tyree in the comments. 

“Can’t lie…this catch was crazzzyyy!! Legendary @edelman11,” Tyree wrote, along with a lot of fire emojis. 

We don’t have to talk about Tyree’s famous catch. 

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "We had a great conversation — Bruce (Arians) and I — we talked to (Brady) for over an hour and a half. And he made it clear in the conversation that he was very, very interested. It was almost like a recruitment on his part, telling us why it would make sense for him to come to Tampa Bay. The next call we made, we signed him, but it was at that phone call that we realized, that we felt like we had him." -- Jason Licht, recalling his initial phone call with Tom Brady