Thanks for putting up with me over these last three days. Jimmy will be back from his singles spa retreat on Monday to return you to your regularly scheduled programming. If you're so inclined, you can follow me on Twitter.
That adorable little guy in an oversized football helmet is Cecil Shorts IV, son of Jaguars wideout Cecil Shorts III. Here are 17 other NFL players and their kids from around training camps to take you into the weekend.
Blake Griffin is out with a fun new Jordan commercial. ... Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, whose fans struggle to recognize him, and the Ravens' Haloti Ngata can somehow make a commercial about window installation worth watching.
In this week's edition of Sports Illustrated, SI senior writer Andy Staples has an excellent piece on Johnny Manziel. You should read it, but before you do make sure you catch up on his most outrageous moments of this offseason.
At the Citi Open -- a tennis event going on in Washington D.C. -- Olga Puchkova smacked a tennis ball in frustration after losing a point and accidentally nailed one of the linesmen. Here's the aftermath. Unfortunately for Puchkova, rules state that she be disqualified from the tournament.
Complex has ranked the 10 worst dressed quarterbacks. ... Courtesy of Melky Cabrera, here's a lesson in how NOT to throw a baseball. ... Rams players have taken a liking to hitting each other with whipped cream pies and posting the videos. ... An Alabama fan pledged his "allegence" to the Tide with this tattoo fail. ... A lacrosse team designed uniforms after Anchorman.
The cast of The Sandlot recently reunited at the legendary ballpark 20 years after the movie was released. (Thanks to Emily N., of New York, for the link.) In honor of that, here are some of the movie's best lines as read by MLB players.
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Here's a heartwarming story about Derek Rabelo, who was born blind but has learned to surf the pipeline.
Robin Thicke and The Roots teamed up with Jimmy Fallon for a remix of the popular song Blurred Lines using only instruments you'd find in an elementary school classroom.