Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Danielle Knudson; Top Shea Stadium Moments
Top 10 Shea Stadium Moments
Steve Smith Destroys Browns Fan
The 390-Pound Tight End
Andy Staples has a great profile of Baylor's LaQuan McGowan, who went from a 440-pound lineman (with a size 54 waist) to a 390-pound tight end.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
A Guide to Sports Corn Mazes
NFL Offseason Arrest Guide
Meet Baseball's Golden Couple
Bunny of the Day
Bunnies of the Day
Rubio for President!
Odds & Ends
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa has been warned: No more celebration tackles ... Brock Lesnar says Vince McMahon is a better promoter than Dana White ... Ranking the NCAA tournament's best-ever Cinderellas ... The New York Times has a great feature on Geno Smith jaw smasher IK Enemkpali ... Top 10 college football upsets of all time ... A calendar of every superhero movie being released over the next five years ... I love the movie My Blue Heaven, but it (according to this article) doesn't stand the test of time ... Say goodbye to Danica Patrick's Go-Daddy ads... These two Simpsons fans renovated their kitchen to look like Marge's ... Good collection of behind the scenes photos of Robin Williams's career... Our ranking of the most high-profile suspensions in American sports history as Tom Brady continues to wrangle with the NFL over his four-game ban. Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant make the list, as does Muhammad Ali.
Nobody Dances Like Torrey Smith Jr.
A video posted by Torrey Smith (@torreysmithwr) on
National Anthem Never Sounded So Good
Christopher Duffley a 14-year-old who is blind and autistic, performed the national anthem at Fenway Park Monday night.
Football's Next Star is ... Sasquatch?
Full disclosure: This is branded content, but I thought it was pretty funny.
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