Roundup: Sofia Vergara is Great at Twitter, NFL Gambler Wins $550,000 & Brawl at a Brooklyn Mall

debby ryanDebby Ryan … Sofia Vergara tweets the best photos … here’s a terrifying/amazing shark photo that apparently is real … agree with Jemele Hill: this is the best sports vine of 2013 … there’s a new Toby Keith restaurant in Virginia that banned guns … whew, Red Lobster is NOT closing … “Elderly Man Arrested After Fight With Wife Over Dating Website” … anyone with a toddler will appreciate this story … eight sports channels to watch in 2014, featuring Fox Sports 1Twitter’s market cap is absurd, higher than Target, Time Warner Cable … the New Yorker’s 13-most read stories of 2013, in a slideshow? … Peggy Noonan wrote a column, apparently gave all her friends a shoutout? … Denmark might ban Cinnamon Rolls? … Robin Roberts makes first public mention of her longtime girlfriend in Facebook post … if you got a new computer, it might have been hacked by NSA before you received it … “Woman stabbed man with ceramic squirrel” … python kills security guard

Michael Schumacher is in critical condition after skiing accident in French Alps. [CNN]

The oral history of the 1993 Houston Oilers. [Chronicle]

Congrats to David Frohardt-Lane, winner of the LVH Supercontest. He won over $550,000 picking NFL games. His record: 55-26-4. I finished 42-41-2. [Wager Minds]

An internet mob without consequence. If you read nothing else today, please read this. [NYT]

Notre Dame’s leading scorer Jerian Grant could return to the Irish next year – just like┬áKyle McAlarney did a few years ago. [South Bend Trib]

Terrible story: Grandson of Bobby Bowden dies in car accident. [Sun Sentinel]

You really should read this, if you care about real journalism and/or all the fun viral stuff floating around the interwebs. [Esquire]

Who knew Jonny Gomes had this cool of a background? [SI]

The Top 25 NFL Salary Cap hit increases in 2014. [Spotrac]

Keenan Allen, the San Diego rookie, considered quitting football in August when he was buried on the depth chart. [Union Tribune]

Nationals 29-year old reliever spent his offseason getting his degree. [Wash Post]

Jason Kidd has lost the Nets locker room. Will he make it to the All-Star break? [Woj]

Apple users spent a lot more money than Android users this Christmas. [CNN]

The oral history of Trading Places. [Business Insider]

Over 200 youths were involved in a brawl at a mall in Brooklyn.

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