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Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick decided to have some fun at each other's expense yesterday on Twitter, with each revealing an "interesting" nugget about the other. Roddick told us that Brooklyn "used to practice kissing on a Taylor Hanson poster hung up on her wall when she was 10." Brooklyn retaliated by hitting below the belt (no pun intended), saying Roddick "couldn't go to sleepovers until he was 10 years old because of his bedwetting." That caused her husband to play the "I have more followers card," because he said "well at least @andyroddick embarrassing fun facts reach 113,890 more people than hers do ...... score!" Hopefully Hot Clicks has now helped Brooklyn spread her "interesting fact" about Andy to some more people.
You're going to see a lot of pink this weekend. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month (check this out and donate here if you'd like) and several NFL players will show their support this week by wearing a variety of pink items, which will then be auctioned off for the charity. Here are some of the things you may see Sunday. Chad Ochocinco, who has a long history of being, um, fashionable, has said he will sport pink cleats, pink gloves, pink wrist bands, a pink mouthpiece and a pink chin strap.
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Things have been rough this season for the Browns and their fans. Actually, it's been a rough 15 years. And Eric Mangini is feeling some heat. He's also the subject of this funny photoshop. However, it's one thing to get beat up by an opposing team, but it's another to get beat up by Chick-fil-A.
See the guy on the right in the picture above? The one wearing a dog mask? Judging by this gallery, he's really just your typical NFL fan.
It's been a rough week for Redskins fans. Maybe video of their cheerleaders getting into a pillow fight can help cheer them up. ... Tailgating Ideas is calling out the most annoying types of tailgaters. ... You must check out the intro for the University of Alaska-Fairbanks hockey team.
This is the last day Hot Clicks is going to feature the great leaps from college football, so here are the ones that have been in the in-box. Steve Greyshock, of Ladera Ranch, Calif., and Rich Costella, of Columbia, Md., sent in this hard hit and leap by West Virginia's Quincy Wilson. Kevin, of Los Angeles, sent in another Knowshon Moreno leap. Brian Neely, of Overland Park, Kan., wants to see the Irish represented with this run by Ray Zellers. Eric, of L.A., sends in this old-school Spencer Tillman clip. AndAndy Collins, of Cincinnati, wants to see this leap by Beanie Wells.