Roundup: Colin Kaepernick on GQ, Sideline Reporters Speak & Eminem Debuts "Survival" in Call of Duty Trailer

"America's Got Talent" Post Show Red CarpetHeidi Klum … Breaking Bad Lego set … the story of the second largest photograph ever … movie trailers have the perfect YouTube thumbnail … a rapping news anchor in Senegal … movie posters from Seinfeld … iPhone bra app gets $6.5 millionUPS plane crash … Amber Heard is not ashamed of coming out as bi-sexual …Kid Rock made his tickets cheap and it worked … North Carolina has gone full Republican … one of Bleacher Reports’ creators got $6.5 million to launch a website for ladiesminimalist baseball stadiums … the death toll in Egypt continues to rise … Gordon Ramsey made FOX more than $150 million in the last year …

Someone called a radio station pretending to be Shane Spencer and made steroid allegations. [ESPN]

Marlins prospect Ramon Del Orbe was hit by a comebacker and fractured his skull. [MLB]

Before the Internet, you learned about sports in things called, “books.” [New York Times]

WWE wrestler Darren Young announces he’s gay. [CBS DC]

Colin Kapernick and his tattoos are on the cover of a magazine. [GQ]

Fox Sports 1 reaached an agreement with DirecTV, Time Warner and Dish. [LA Times]

Here’s a story about Aaron Hernandez growing up. [Boston Globe]

Maryland athletics continue to struggle. [Washington Post]

ESPN has a new sideline reporter named Dawn Davenport. [Busted Coverage]

Juan Uribe was fooled by the hidden ball trick a few days ago. Now his teammates have little kids punking him for it. [MLB]

With that in mind, here’s a piece about female sports reporters like Erin Andrews and Hannah Storm. [Hollywood Reporter]

Finally, a columnist has shared an opinion on amateur athletics and college player compensation. [Miami Herald]

How Germans watch soccer.

Oprah went on Kimmel and she gave away a car.

Eminem uses the new Call of Duty ad to debut his song, “Survival.” Listen to the full song here. Take my money.

Man knocked out by crane while standing in the street.

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