Scarlett Johansson … the story of the only American not on Earth on 9/11 … this is not how you make a burrito … two killed following boat accident … vodka vending machines … a Miss American contestant with visible tattoos … Mumford and Sons got kicked out of an Atlanta strip club … cool color test challenge … “Better Call Saul” is moving forward … Esquire had an unfortunate error yesterday … “Jurassic World” set for 2015 … Sydney Leathers crashed Anthony Weiner’s concession party …
There will be an anti-Redskins protest at Lambeau on Sunday. [Green Bay Press Gazette]
Michael Beasley heading back to Miami. [Yahoo!]
Cam Newton downplays the new era of black quarterbacks. [Charlotte Observer]
Grambling fired Doug Williams. [The News Star]
Aaron Rodgers and Mason Crosby went to a middle school football game to support one of Rodgers’ neighbors. [Door County Daily News]
Georgia football team hung out with some special people. [Athens Banner-Herald]
Vanilla Ice will perform at halftime of a Texans game. [Houston Chronicle]
Dan Snyder’s daughters are in NFL apparel ads. [Washington Post]
Gottlieb on Johnny Manziel, Time Magazine and entitlement. [CBS]
Mark Sanchez will likely have season-ending surgery. [ESPN]
Pirates fan who ran on the field – like all people who run on the field – is stupid. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
Virginia football players invite local news into their home, don’t even do the dishes. [Newsplex]
Lenn Robins leaves the New York Post to produce content for the Brooklyn Nets and the Barclays Center. [Capital new York]
Solid soccer ad. Though it can be hard to watch.
Wait for it…
DJ Flula covers The Fox.
Woman crying over Candy Crush.
Kings of Leon covering “Dancing on my Own.”
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