Christie Brinkley. … 19-year-old killed by RC Copter in Brooklyn. … University of Wisconsin police warn students about heavy drinking. … Yankees lost a tough one to the Sox in 10. … SiriusXM has a new morning sports host. … … Global Shark Tracker. … Scientists discover huge underwater volcano in Pacific, name it TAMU Massif. … Restaurant group drops ties with Ryan Braun. … Jordan Farmar is worried about Lamar Odom. … Channing Tatum is making a wrestling movie. No, not that wrestling. … Even if you dropout, attending college will help you long-term. … Keith Olbermann’s take on pitch counts was enjoyable. … EA has released the Top 50 players in FIFA 14. … “Game of Thrones” casts its THIRD actor to play Ser Gregor Clegane, aka the Mountain That Rides (and he’s huge). … Dope igloos. … Dolphins owner donates $200 million to Michigan. … Happy Birthday Idris Elba, Pippa Middleton, N.O.R.E. and Foxy Brown. … You know who’s excited about the NFL coming back this weekend? This guy.
ESPN3 will attempt a soccer Red Zone-style channel today. [Awful Announcing]
The NFL most unstable fan bases. [WSJ]
Dave Chappelle will probably never go to Hartford again. [AV Club]
When twerking goes wrong. [HyperVocal]
Sean Avery continues to have fun messing with people. [Puck Daddy]
The book that tried to end Las Vegas. [Vegas Seven]
Time to get rid of this unfair rule in baseball. [USA Today]
Former Oilers tight end dies a week after NFL settles concussion lawsuit. [Ultimate Texans]
Heckling fan once got to play for West Ham United. Or did he? [The Guardian]
Dealing drugs in Saudi Arabia is stressful. [Vice]
Georgia Tech makes unusual broadcasting hire. [NYT]
‘Sunday Night Football’ might look more like a video game this year. [Newsday]
NFL’s ban on bags in stadiums might make people get creative. [espnW]
2013 NFL announcer guide. [MMQB]
A profile of an aging, crankier Billy Crystal. [NYT]
Early review of the new season of Boardwalk Empire. [Variety]
Here’s a catchy song about a fox. [Via Hot Clicks]
Montreal’s Alex Galchenyuk channels Happy Gilmore.
They’re a punchline now, but the Raiders are rich part of the NFL I used to enjoy before Roger Goodell got his sanitized hands all over it and tried to turn it into Disney.
Peyton wants your money …
… but he’ll never have the comedic timing of Montana.
Bad things, man.
Okay, let’s play some football.