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The Roundup: How the Eagles Navigated the Salary Cap, a Brainy 4-Time Lottery Winner & the Redskins Can't Draft

Ashley Greene … singer Gavin DeGraw got jacked up by thugs on the Lower East Side at 4 am … “Minister of Music tazes pastor, another woman stabbed during fight at church ” … this will be the last season of Desperate Housewives … here’s a photo of a naked man running on the 405 Monday … if keg tapping is in the headline, it’s probably worth a read … celebrities love Crystal Meth … crazy story: “Body of diver missing for 17 years found in Lake Tahoe” … this is terribly sadGeorge Clooney is dating Stacy Keibler … a timely Tumblr, considering the markets … the rioting in England continues … “Leaked Copy of ‘Super 8′ Linked to Howard Stern Show Screener” …

The Redskins can’t draft for shit, and nobody they drafted before 2004 is currently in the NFL. [DC Pro Sports Report]

She won the lottery four times and was labeled “lucky.” In reality, she was a Stanford grad with a PhD in statistics. [Daily Mail]

Four Cornell players from its 2010 basketball team – the one that lost to John Wall and Kentucky in the Sweet 16 – live together in a cramped NYC apartment. [Slam]

Doesn’t sound like the success of the US Women’s World Cup team will be able to save the fledgling pro league. [NYT]

Wow, this probably is the best bet of all-time, right? The mystery man (or hedge fund) cleaned up. [Daily Mail]

Very cool commencement speech story. [Her Campus]

Completely disagree with Darren Rovell about coaches banning college football players from twitter. [CNBC]

Jason Whitlock tackles Deion’s Hall of Fame speech. [Fox Sports]

Remember Roy Williams, the safety from Oklahoma who Dallas took in the first round in 2002? He’s out of the league filming something called, “Storage wars.” It’s a reality show. [ESPN Dallas]

After 29 hours of swimming, Diana Nyad bailed on her attempt to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys. [CBS News]

How the Eagles got creative with the salary cap. They’re really built for this year, as Jenkins, Babin, Ronnie Brown and DRC aren’t signed beyond 2011. [MMQB]

“‘Extreme Couponing’ show blamed for rise in newspaper thefts.” [Romenesko]

The hottest month ever? Oklahoma’s July. [Newser]

This is a neat trick.

This is Skylar McBee of the Tennessee Volunteers basketball team. I have no clue what to make of this video, but perhaps denizens of that fine state can clue us in. [via Jeff Goodman]

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