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Roundup: Jameis Winston Dominant in Debut, 50 Shades of Grey Cast Set & Goat Attacks Little Kid

Emmanuelle ChriquiEmmanuelle Chriqui … best thing I’ve read about all those dumb lists … huge weekend for catching alligators in MississippiDakota Johnson will play the lead role in 50 Shades of Grey … the Ryan Seacrest and Martha Stewart photos were shockers … Kate Bosworth got married over the weekend … who are these men? Not sure I buy this … high school football player shot and killed … book claims Kate Middleton really chased Prince William … stop texting and walking  … an “interesting” story about money laundering and Miami real estatecampaign journalism in the age of twittercorrupt sheriff in MississippiDave Chappelle struggled with hecklers in Hartford … really disturbing video out of Syria

Ranking the NFL teams by age: Rams youngest, Lions oldest. [Philly.com]

Jameis Winston and FSU 41, Pittsburgh 13. [Sentinel]

Tom Coughlin, coach of the Giants, is 67 and has 11 grandchildren. [NYT]

Really good breakdown of how the Pittsburgh Pirates, slowly but surely, but a team that could finally reach the postseason. [Gammons Daily]

The Times wrote about Tennis WAGs. Yup, really. [NYT]

Joakim Noah’s sister lives in Brooklyn and will be dancing in a Pepsi TV commercial soon. [Post]

Lawrence Tynes vs. the Bucs. It’s getting ugly. [Fox Sports]

Dan Wetzel and the art of column writing. [APSE]

“In a brawl last year, she hit a woman in the head with a purple, battery-operated dildo. Kim went to jail but won the fight.” [Tampa Bay.com]

Lengthy and terrific read on the NFL’s dirtiest player, Richie Incognito. [NFL.com]

Danny Watkins, the Eagles 2011 1st round draft pick, was released over the weekend. His heart was in firefighting, it seems. [Philly.com]

I got nothin’ here, folks. Just amazement is all.

Dog catches enormous fish. [via 1000 Steps]

If you’re one of our baller readers who traveled the globe all summer, Traina has a nice collection of the best videos from the last few months. [via Hot Clicks]

Great parenting job here. As a Dad who has taken his kid to see many goats, you always stay between the goat and your kid! [via Adam]

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