USWNT star Alex Morgan is a dynamic female athlete. She is also an attractive young woman. It comes as no surprise which facet our paragons of sports journalism have chosen to highlight in magazine shoots. A year after Sports Illustrated airbrushed her nipples and had her pose wearing nothing but paint, ESPN the Magazine has dolled her up like Katy Perry, a popstar known for creepy hyperfemininity, amble boobs and subtle, not quite double entendres such as “I want to see your peacock.” At least she wasn’t holding a lollipop and covered with a dump truck’s worth of fairy dust.
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Here’s a breakdown of Andrew Luck’s new monster deal.
Andrew Luck has signed an extension with the Indianapolis Colts that will keep him with the team through 2021.
Now he’s going to be serious.