Yup, Football Is Back
Juan Castillo :: AP

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Eagles new defensive coordinator Juan Castillo was not happy with his squad's performance during practice Monday. So he decided to headbutt linebacker Keenan Clayton. As you can see, Castillo was not wearing a helmet. Clayton was. Amazingly, Castillo only ended up with a small cut.
That Will Did Leave A Mark
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera hit a home run so hard last night at Fenway Park that the ball left seam marks on a fan.
Managerial Ejection Of The Day
Helmet slam? Check. Mock the umpire's strike zone? Check. Cover home plate in dirt? Check. Eject the umpires? Check. Tri-Valley Cats (Astros Class A affiliate) manager Stubby Clapp covered it all in his tirade during Sunday's game.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Kate Upton :: Complex.com
Another day, another new Kate Upton photo shoot and video.
The Tooth Fairy Is More Legit Than This Excuse
The winner for the "worst attempt at blaming a Twitter hacker" goes to free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
Unintentionally Dirty Photo Of The Day
Daniel Smith, of New York City, says, "Hey, Jimmy, if you're still posting those unintentionally dirty photos, here's my personal favorite: Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo from a few years ago.
Not Over Yet?
It sounds like another movie version of Friday Night Lights is a strong possibility. This one would center around Eric and Tami Taylor.
Sports Video Of The Day
Packers tight end Jermichael Finley pulled off the double catch during practice Monday. (Thanks to DLo, of Milwaukee, for the link.)

Driving Video Of The Day
Always leave the windows up if this happens to you. (Thanks to Brian, of Huntsville, Ala., for the link.)

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