KANSAS CITY, MO – OCTOBER 25: Running back Larry Johnson #27 of the Kansas City Chiefs watches the scoreboard during the game against the San Diego Chargers on October 25, 2009 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)Penn State is struggling against Michigan on Saturday, and fans are starting to get frustrated with how the team has performed in big games this season. One such fan is former Nittany Lion running back Larry Johnson.Johnson, who starred at Penn State from 1999-2002 and later had a great NFL career, took to Twitter with some interesting thoughts on the team’s coaching staff. It looks like he wants to see changes.Specifically, Johnson wants to see some position coaches fired. He isn’t saying which ones – but he is saying that he’s seeing the same issues each of the past three years.Here’s what Johnson, whose father was once a position coach at Penn State, had to say:? Amateur hour!— Larry Johnson (@2LarryJohnson7) November 3, 2018To be honest. These are the games that show you what position coach needs to be fired.— Larry Johnson (@2LarryJohnson7) November 3, 2018No. Just the ones getting exposed for the 3rd year straight.— Larry Johnson (@2LarryJohnson7) November 3, 2018To be clear, it doesn’t look like Johnson is advocating that James Franklin is the issue. He thinks some tweaks need to be made to the staff.Johnson, after a stellar senior season at Penn State, wound up going No. 27 overall to the Kansas City Chiefs. He played for the Chiefs for seven seniors – two of which were all-timers. He later played for the Bengals, Redskins and Dolphins as well.
Kissing actors in films is no fun, even if it is Leonardo Di Caprio, Joanna Lumley has disclosed.The demands of filming remove any excitement from screen kisses, the award-winning actress revealed at a charity event over the weekend.The 71-year-old actress may have starred alongside a string of stars over her career, but she revealed that screen couples are left chewing so much gum between takes that the process was more reminiscent of visiting the dentist. Diane Keaton last week called on-screen romances “the greatest” because they allowed her to kiss men without any consequences. Joanna Lumley at the Big Pink Party hosted by Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, with Pollyanna Hope who lost a leg in an accident 10 yrs ago.Credit: Paul Grover for the Telegraph Lumley starred alongside DiCaprio in the 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street, when she played the English aunt of his wife.Speaking at a dinner for the Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope charity, she said: “I did kiss Leonardo DiCaprio, about 15 times in fact.“But I’ll let you into a secret. It’s actually no fun kissing actors, no fun at all. There are so many takes and you both have to chew so much chewing gum. It’s like kissing someone in a dentist’s waiting room.”DiCaprio shared a kiss with Lumley in a scene where his character Jordan Belfort tries to sweet talk her into hiding his ill-gotten gains in Swiss bank accounts.He later praised his co-star as “an incredibly beautiful, charming woman” and said he had loved flirting with her in the scene. Lumley revealed the less glamorous side of on-screen kissing at a dinner for the charity which provides support to children who have lost limbs.She is the latest star to weigh in on the pros and cons of on-screen kissing. Keaton, also 71, has kissed actors including Morgan Freeman and Michael Douglas during her career.She said: “Think of all the men you get to kiss and you don’t have to pay the price”The relationship is perfect because you are in the story and it’s the greatest thing kissing a man in a movie.”People say it is hard, but they are wrong”It’s the best. It doesn’t get any better.”Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope Joanna Lumley Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.