Roundup: Odell Beckham's Me-First Behavior; Goodbye Snappy TV; & Women Are Happier When Their Partner Is Less Attractive

Roundup: Odell Beckham's Me-First Behavior; Goodbye Snappy TV; & Women Are Happier When Their Partner Is Less Attractive

Roundup

Roundup: Odell Beckham's Me-First Behavior; Goodbye Snappy TV; & Women Are Happier When Their Partner Is Less Attractive

Nina Agdal … “Man Robs Bank, Gets Naked Throws Money for Comedy Career” … legendary New York Times book critic is leaving the paper … “Having Attractive Husband Makes Women Likelier To Fixate On Body Image” … it was a tough quarter for Twitter, which gained no new users … “Verified Twitter users have their very own dating app” … Steve Jobs’ widow bought the Atlantic … this rapist has been deported from the U.S. 20 times? … Beyonce + Jay-Z vs David Charvet + Brooke Burke … “Twitter plans to shut down SnappyTV in favor of new TV-clipping tool” … interesting story on former gossip columnist Liz Smith, though I’d argue with the use of “fall” in the headline … “Police arrest one-armed, machete-wielding clown” …

Dove deep into why the Giants should trade Odell Beckham Jr. before his contract demands get exorbitant. My NFC winner pick, where I think Kyrie Irving ends up, and the war on football. [Full 3-Hour Fox Sports Radio Show; Best-of 30-Minute Podcast]

Reading this, it’s clear: Sam Darnold would be a perfect face of the franchise for the Jets. [LA Times]

Bruce Allen, President of the Redskins, just bought a $7 million house in Newport Beach. [Mansion Global]

So which Cam Newton will we see in 2017? The MVP from 2015, or the guy who completed 52 percent of his passes in 2016? [SI.com]

If you’re wondering what Britt McHenry has been up to since getting dumped by ESPN. [Washington Post]

We know the Denver offense will struggle, but now losing Shane Ray for at least the first two weeks? [Denver Post]

Western Kentucky landed a 5-star basketball recruit, but he’s left campus, and it’s unclear what his future will hold. [WKU Herald]

Come on Bob Raissman, the reporting on LeBron’s feelings and thoughts is brand-building, you know it. [NYDN]

Hugh Freeze’s behavior back to his days as a high school sports coach are now being scrutinized. [USA Today Sports]

Such a weak column. Everyone is concerned about concussions. Want to do something about? Offer solutions, not navel gazing. [Chicago Tribune]

In a week, the Justice League trailer has over 4 million views.

A teenager died when this ride malfunctioned at the Ohio State fair.

Khloe Terae is the best thing to come out of Canda in years.

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