Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline, who earlier this week signed a $31 million contract extension, did an interview Thursday from the drive-thru window of a convenience store he owns and works at in Ohio. It made for great radio.
Check out the recruiting letter N.C. State director of player personnel Drew Hughes sent to Dexter Wright, a safety from Wilson, N.C.
That's basically what the Raiders had to say to the NFL yesterday after news came down that the infamous Tuck Rule will be no more.
Actress and model Paula Labaredas gets today's LLOD honors.
It's bad enough the Astros are going to field a disaster of a team, but now their owner is taking on fans and saying they should pay for a player if they want him.
When a fan at last night's Knicks-Blazers game realized a TNT camera was on him, he made the most of the opportunity by ... well, you just have to see for yourself.
Once you get past the fact that Knicks forward J.R. Smith has a tribute song, you will enjoy this amusing R&B number.
Bold, bold move by the kid in the back row on the left. (Thanks to John, of Philadelphia, for the video.)