UNSUPPORTED BROWSER
More Sports

Hot Clicks: Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb snubs John Skelton; Nina Agdal

It's Baaaaaack
Kevin Kolb :: AP


Hot Clicks archive | Follow Jimmy Traina on Twitter | Subscribe to the Hot Clicks Podcast | Join the Hot Clicks Facebook Group | E-mail a comment, question or link.

Yes, we had an NFL game last night. The Cardinals and Saints played in the Hall of Fame game, and it provided us with two outstanding moments. First, Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb went down with a rib contusion in the first quarter. When Kolb's competitor for the starting job, John Skelton, came in to replace him, we got a classic missed high five. One can only wonder if Kolb's snub was more about his battle with Skelton than his frustration with the injury. We were also treated last night to NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock passionately singing Play That Funky Music.
This Guy Had An Event-Filled Weekend
White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski homered in his fifth straight game yesterday. The blast to right-center just made it over the fence, but nearly did some damage to a little boy who was still traumatized by the ball coming so close to him. On Friday, Pierzynski did some damage to sideline reporter Sarah Kustok in the form of a postgame pie.
Speaking Of Postgame Pie...
Hot Clicks has been chronicling the wild celebrations by the A's all season long. The walkoff kings were at it again Friday, beating Toronto in their final at-bat. This led to Oakland's first postgame celebration in which a player used a costume. Outfielder Josh Reddick dressed up as Spiderman to slam Coco Crisp in the face with two pies.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Nina Agdal :: SI
This one is for my good friend and Hot Clicks fill-in, Andy Gray (a.k.a., @SI_Vault), who is in love with SI Swimsuit model Nina Agdal.
He's At It Again
As proven by the wonder of YouTube, nobody does a meltdown quite like former Mets second baseman Wally Backman. Currently, he is the manager for New York's Triple-A affiliate. During a game on Friday, Backman went after the skipper of the Blue Jays Triple-A affiliate because he thought his team was stealing signs. Backman has since been suspended three games for his actions.
Sports Video Of The Day
Bryce Harper struck out yesterday. Then he slammed his bat on home plate and broke it in half.

Illegal Parking Video Of The Day
If you're going to be a tool and try to drive away in your Ferrari while a police officer is writing you a ticket, you might want to make sure you don't run over his foot. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)

Close

To continue enjoying content from the most trusted name is sports, please be sure to update your current bookmark.

Our updated web address is http://www.si.com.

To continue enjoying content from the most trusted name is sports, please be sure to update your current bookmark.

Just follow these 4 easy steps:

  1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Bookmarks.
  3. Select Bookmark manager.
  4. Locate your current Sports Illustrated bookmark, click the Organize menu, then select Edit. You can now easily update the web address of your Sports Illustrated bookmark.

    Our updated web address is http://www.si.com.

To continue enjoying content from the most trusted name is sports, please be sure to update your current bookmark.

Just follow these 2 easy steps:

  1. Click the Safari bookmark manager on the browser toolbar.
  2. This will open the Bookmarks Bar. In the Bookmarks Bar, select your Sports Illustrated bookmark and manually edit the Address field.

    Our updated web address is http://www.si.com.

To continue enjoying content from the most trusted name is sports, please be sure to update your current bookmark.

Just follow these 3 easy steps:

  1. Click the Firefox bookmark manager on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Show All Bookmarks.
  3. This will open the library window. In the Library window, select your Sports Illustrated bookmark and manually edit the Location field.

    Our updated web address is http://www.si.com.
Don't Show This Again