Thursday, December 23, 2010

New 4 - Legged Addition to the Horton Family

With the long and arduous rehab process ahead, Chris could use some support in his corner. Kobe to the rescue! No, not that Kobe…
Chris recently got a new puppy, a fuzzy little Rottweiler he named Kobe.

Chris is very proud of his mini-predator.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


It’s a transitional time for Chris, and part of that transition came in the form of a haircut a couple weeks ago. That’s right, Predator fans. Chris’s signature dreads hit the floor recently, and he had this to say about it:

“Well it's been a long time coming for the hair. Every year I tell myself I would cut it but never followed through. But when the season started this year, I told myself I would cut it at the end of the season. Well my season ended early, so I cut it. Just wanted some change.”

With the change this time of transition has become a time of transformation for the Predator. What will this mean for Chris going forward? Only time will tell, but fans can be assured that when the Predator returns to the gridiron, healthy and with his new look, his ball-hawking hunter mentality is unlikely to change.
Chris also went on to say that he is “really loving the new look now.”

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Chris the Gamer

As Chris dedicates his time now to rehabilitating his ankle injury, he would like to hear from his fans about a very important subject to him. As you may already know, Chris loves video games, and considers himself an avid gamer. When he gets free leisure time, Chris can be found in front of his Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii playing today’s hottest games.

So now he wants to hear from you! What are your favorite games out there in the gamer-verse right now? Chris would like to hear your reviews on one of the newest games on the market, EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp. In this game, users can run through a football-based training program that simulates the football drills and conditioning workouts of an NFL training camp. Developed in collaboration with NFL strength and conditioning coaches, users can experience the thrill of competition while challenging friends and family in authentic NFL football drills. It includes Total Body Tracking with a heart rate monitor and wireless motion tracking that delivers an accurate, challenging workout with measurable results. Users can also track and share training results via the EA SPORTS Active online hub.

Chris would like to hear what you have to say about it!