Male Athletes off the Field
We're accustomed to seeing athletes on the field, but how comfortable are they away from competition? Here's a look at some of the top male stars.<br><br>Dwyane Wade, a onetime Sean John model and frequent name on NBA best-dressed lists, worked his trademark fedora into a white and yellow ensemble at the 2007 BET Awards after party.
Even a three-piece suit and a beautiful wife at his side couldn't overwhelm Alex Rodriguez, seen here at a luncheon benefiting the AROD Family Foundation.
Barry and Liz Bonds, coordinated in matching denim, kept it laid back at the 2007 NBA All-Star game.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., wearing sneakers with his dark collared shirt, looked rather like he was spending the evening at the local sports bar instead of attending the movie premiere of Talladega Nights.
LaDainian Tomlinson rocked brown and baby blue at the 2007 ESPY awards, but nothing beats accessorizing with an award and a smile.
The always stylish Roger Federer, appearing on NBC's Today Show after winning the 2007 U.S. Open, appeared effortlessly put-together in black pants, dotted black shirt, and off-white jacket.
Ryan Howard must have really wanted to show off his jewelry at a 2007 baseball All-Star Game party -- his grey tee and blue jeans leave only his oversized diamond cross necklace to shine on.
Shaquille O'Neal showed his undying love for long jackets and monochromatic three-piece suits at the 2007 ESPY Awards.
Baseball players must like matching couple outfits -- Ivan Rodriguez went twinsies in denim and brown with a guest at the 2007 All-Star game party.
Derek Jeter, in a bright blue plaid jacket typical of his style, looks right at home surrounded by fans, autographing memorabilia after the launch of his new fragrance.