Terrell Owens wants to be a professional bowler. "I'm not just making a cameo," Owens told the Huffington Post. "I know critics want to come out of the woodwork. But when I first got on a football team, I wasn't very good." Whether T.O. finds success on the lanes remains to be seen. In the meantime, here's a gallery of athletes at the bowling alley.
I can't say enough good things about this Wisconsin sixth grader who's been wearing the same Aaron Rodgers jersey every day for the past three years.
The internet is going crazy about the plaid suit Ryan Dempster wore on the Red Sox team plane to St. Louis last night. However, Boston already has a sports icon named Tommy Heinsohn who was pulling off the plaid blazer look before Dempster was even born.
Victoria's Secret model Lais Ribeiro has some new lingerie photos out ... Elle Liberachi wants to be a Bond girl ... Paul from Madison recommended I show some love to Chloe Bennet from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Since 1999, Cleveland's Saint Ignatius High School has had fewer starting QBs than the Browns.
Brett Favre squashed talk of a comeback with the Rams because he suffers from memory loss and doesn't want to worsen the condition. Or he just wants to stay home and eat fast food in bed. Either way, we won't be seeing Favre on the football field anytime soon. For more historical/embarrassing/funny sports pics, follow the @SI_Vault on Twitter.
This Korean female sportscaster has Red Sox fever ... Jay Paterno may run for Congress in his home state of Pennsylvania ... Cam Newton wore Superman cleats to last night's game against the Bucs ... Today I learned on Reddit that there is an actual Big Lebowski-inspired religion called Dudeism.
Someone in Philadelphia drove a car down the Philadelphia Museum of Art front steps, which were made famous in the Rocky movies.
Whoever drove down those steps will need a good lawyer in the greater Philadelphia area. May I suggest Charlie Kelly?