Will these be your last Olympic Games?
JM: No, I'll keep on skiing for a while.
How much would you charge me for a one-hour lesson?
JM: I don't really charge for ski lessons. I definitely would go skiing if you were in Squaw [Valley]. I'd take you on a couple of runs.
But you wouldn't charge, even though I'd ask for pointers?
JM: I give free advice.
Can I wear the tiara?
JM: If you're wearing a tiara, you'll definitely get free advice. Anyone who shows up at Squaw in a tiara will get free tips from me.
See Ya Later
After eight seasons, 9,785 yards from scrimmage and 68 touchdowns, running back Brian Westbrook was released by the Eagles last week. "I was a little bit surprised, thinking they maybe would give me an opportunity to renegotiate things," he told me. When I asked why he thought he was let go, Westbrook, 30, who stood to make $7.25 million next season, said, "For [the Eagles], it's always business, it's always money. If they can find someone that can do anything a little bit cheaper, then they'll go with that person."