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Roundup: Incredible Mike Francesa Soundboard, X-Rated Version of Tinder, Pat Bowlen Resigns Control of Broncos to Focus on Health

The Black Eyed Peas' 7th Annual Peapod Benefit Concert - ArrivalsCiara … Incredible Mike Francesa catchphrase soundboard … Beetles kill George Harrison memorial tree … Facebook dominates other social networks in outbound traffic … Wife keeps unflattering sex spreadsheet … Chipotle thinks it can do better than 120 burritos per hour … The iPhone 6 will apparently be bigger than its predecessors … Patrick Kane shows up at Buffalo beer hockey game, dominatesTetris tots … Artist makes masks out of toilet paper rolls … Some Vegas casinos are lowering their blackjack payout from 3:2 to 6:5 … Atlantic City casino gets robbed at gunpoint for $180k, suspects at large … Chuck Schumer has a flip phone … Dorky pro wrestler outfits … Adrian Peterson got married recently … 11 great ‘thank you‘ notes from famous people … ESPN’s Marcus Spears tweets at fake Will Muschamp account … An “X-Rated” version of Tinder that lets you post nude selfies … Queen Elizabeth II’s horse fails a drug test … A collection of New Yorker stories you should read while they’re free … New Hampshire woman gets ticketed on highway for stopping to help ducklings … How to search GMail and compose emails from your Chrome address bar … Google equips Uber cars with wi-fi in Philadelphia … Alternate Wizards uniforms for next season … 13 new impressive NYC burgers … Pittsburgh sportswriter Dejan Kovacevic quits newspaper to launch his own subscription-based web site. 

Longtime Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is battling Alzheimer’s disease, and has resigned his control of the team. [Denver Post]

Former Cowboys running back Robert Newhouse passes away at age 64. [Dallas Morning News]

Woj reports that Emmanuel Mudiay signed for $1.2 million in China. Think this arrangement might have some NCAA administrators nervous? [Yahoo]

That Dutch cyclist who was supposed to have been on both ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flights was probably a hoax. [Slate]

Solid long read on Ronda Rousey. [New Yorker]

Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are going to be involved in producing a live action/animated “Manimal” re-boot. [Variety]

A compelling case against Ivy League education. [New Republic]

On Tony Dungy, and the notion of “respectable” bigotry. [Sports on Earth]

Brian Windhorst has LeBron’s friends from growing up recall his calculating video game strategies. [ESPN]

More on the Cubs’ lawsuit against the unaffiliated Billy Cub mascot. [Vice Sports]

Good take on the improvements unfolding with women in the WWE. [Cageside Seats]

An interview with the guy who determines the player rankings for Madden. [Extra Mustard]

The story of how a successful Kickstarter lost half-a-million dollars. [Kotaku]

It wasn’t so long ago that Atlantic City was supposed to pass Las Vegas as the sports gambling epicenter of America. [Betting Talk]

The back-story of UFC fighter Bobby Green. [Fox Sports]

Robert Downey Jr. and The Rock lead the list of Hollywood’s highest paid actors. [Forbes]

Daniel Borislow, who helped kill professional women’s soccer in America, dies of heart attack in pick-up soccer game. [Deadspin]

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Norm MacDonald interviews Marc Maron

Gigantic slip-and-slide on the streets of San Francisco

Tour de France rider stops mid-race to yell at heckler

Whale swims under a kayak.

British WWE diva Paige turns heel.

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