Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Our friends at World Wide Interweb put together this collection of the greatest NFL fan glamour shots, which inspired me to put together my own collection of Super Bowl fans through the years.
The Oakland Raiders cheerleaders have been in the news this week after a member of the squad filed a class-action lawsuit against the team. The lawsuit, which claims that the team's cheerleaders are paid just $1,250 per season, has prompted an investigation from the Department of Labor. More importantly, it has led to an offer from Penthouse to pose for the magazine.
Pro wrestling fans have started an official White House petition to get Daniel Bryan into the main event at Wrestlemania. So far, it only has received 124 signatures, just 99,876 short of its goal.
Kelly Karloff is excited about Sunday's big game. Are you?
The man at the center of the Trayvon Martin shooting has agreed to take part in a celebrity boxing match and needs an opponent.
Several baseball legends (Jackie Robinson, Ernie Banks, Nolan Ryan) are celebrating a birthday today. I should probably devote this space to them but I read that Major League IV may be in the works and that took priority. In honor of my all-time favorite sports movie, I present this great photo of Indians teammates Tim Laker and Omar Vizquel trying to get spiritual guidance from the almighty Jobu after a rough start to the 2004 season.
Thinking of making a 70-layer dip for the Super Bowl? We've got a recipe for you ... Members of the Broncos and Seahawks offered their picks for offbeat Super Bowl prop bets ... Athlon Sports has mapped where all the Super Bowl players went to high school and college ... Vancouver's Green Men have thrown their support behind the Seahawks ... New Mexicans are up in arms about a Super Bowl chili bet between the mayor of Seattle and Denver.
The lovebirds do their rendition of the Richard Sherman rant.
Here are 36 amazing dunks that have never been done in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. (HT: Next Impulse Sports)
Here's something to get your mind off the Super Bowl.