Emily Ratajkowski, who has the best account on Instagram … “Nate Silver gives GOP donors a closed-door presentation” … wild photo of an alligator’s eye … “How Elizabeth Holmes’s House of Cards Came Tumbling Down” … most disturbing story I’ve read this month, it’s sad that these people actually exist … “Microsoft Wants Autistic Coders. Can It Find Them And Keep Them?” … inside look at how the CIA torture secrets were revealed … “A Front-Row Seat to the Most Hedonistic, Destructive Party in Sports History” … 8-year old picks up needle in Target parking lot, mom slaps it out of her hand, yada, yada, she won a $4.6 million lawsuit against Target … “There were five phantom donations in the files of Donald Trump’s foundation” …
No Le’Veon Bell, no problem: Antonio Brown torched the guy who wasn’t Josh Norman, and the Steelers won, 38-16. [Post-Gazette]
Yeah, I know, the Jets are toast this year. I’ll say it again – the Bills game Thursday night is the season. [NY Post]
Keeping it too real? “How Broncos players battle perils and pressures that arise when speaking out on racial, social issues.” [Denver Post]
Isaiah Thomas of the Celtics saw a kid shooting hoops, so he went to shoot with him, and naturally, that made the kid’s year. [Boston Globe]
Looking for an Art Briles landing spot? How about Houston? [Fox Sports]
Dehydration is the new … ? Dwight Howard was in the hospital over the weekend with the same thing that ailed Hillary Clinton. [AJC]
A question more Power 5 schools will be asking: Are the ‘money games’ worth it? [Tallahassee Democrat]
Congrats to Steve Nash, who got married last week to a former volleyball player. [Arizona Republic]
I’m not nearly ready to bail on Andrew Luck and the Colts being able to get to the Super Bowl.
Doesn’t AJ Green make it look easy?
Markelle Fultz, a point guard, can do this. Yes, he could be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 draft.