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B-105 Statt-Us Update 1/31/21 – Today’s Headlines & More


The Cincinnati Bengals are heading to the Super Bowl after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime

After trailing for much of the game, the Bengals roared back to end the regulation game 24-24. In overtime, Vonn Bell intercepted Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes to get the ball back and the Bengals drove down the field to set up Evan McPherson’s 31-yard field goal to win the AFC Championship game 27-24. The Bengals are heading to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1988 and will face the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LVI.

Is Tom Brady Retiring?

Fox Business – Tom Brady may be retiring after 22 seasons in the NFL with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers but he’ll be paid handsomely if he decides to call it quits after Feb. 4.

Brady initially signed a two-year contract with the Buccaneers before the start of the 2020 season. He would later sign a one-year extension through the 2022 season with three voided years for salary cap purposes. The contract included a no-trade clause and a no-franchise or transition tag clause.

According to Spotrac, $15 million of Brady’s $20 million signing bonus was deferred to Feb. 4, 2022. If Brady retires before Friday, he will give up the bonus money.

Former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst died Sunday morning

Her family and police said she had struggled with depression. She was 30. Kryst, who was crowned Miss USA in 2019, died after jumping from a building in Manhattan, according to New York City Police Department.

Howard Hesseman, the hard rocking DJ on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati,’ dies at 81

Actor Howard Hesseman, best known as the hard-rocking disc jockey Dr. Johnny Fever on the sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati” has died, according to his manager, Robbie Kass.

Hesseman died Saturday afternoon from complications related to colon surgery, Kass told CNN. Hesseman was 81.
In addition to earning two Emmy nominations for his role on “WKRP,” Hesseman also appeared on “Head of the Class” and “One Day at a Time,” along with guest appearances on “That 70’s Show,” among others. The Oregon native also hosted “Saturday Night Live” several times.
“He was a groundbreaking talent and lifelong friend and longtime client, whose kindness and generosity was equaled by his influence and admiration to generations of actors and improvisational comedy throughout the world,”