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Hot Clicks: Broncos cheerleader; Vin Scully to return in 2011

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Hot Clicks continues its weekly countdown to the first NFL Sunday by highlighting a cheerleading squad from each division. We've already covered the AFC East, NFC East and NFC West. Today, we'll go to the AFC West and feature a team that's full of intrigue thanks to a certain rookie quarterback, the Denver Broncos.

Three Weeks To Go

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If you wagered on last night's Vikings-49ers game, the very last play was of interest since San Francisco was favored by 3. Of course, this wasn't lost on Al Michaels, who got giddy making the call.

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The 25th anniversary of Pete Rose setting baseball's all-time hit record is Sept. 11. The Reds wanted to honor him that day at Great American Ballpark. However, Rose passed because he has a prior commitment -- at a casino.

For Pete's Sake

I've had this picture in Hot Clicks once before, but I had to trot it out again since Vin Scully announced Sunday that he would return to the broadcast booth in 2011 for his 62nd season calling games. Here's a look at Scully's top nine calls of all time.

Happy Returns

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It's not just athletes who use their job to impress the ladies. The Oakland A's ballboy kept giving one female fan foul balls throughout Friday night's game in hopes of getting a date.

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As you probably know by now, Jay Mariotti, who works for ESPN and AOL Fanhouse, was arrested on felony charges following a "domestic incident" over the weekend. Obviously, Mariotti is innocent until proven guilty, but in the meantime, Fanhouse might want to take down Mariotti's archive page, where such headlines as "For Acts of Violence, MLB Much Too Soft," "Darrelle Revis or Albert Haynesworth: Who's the Bigger Dummy?," "After All the Shame, Pitino Should Resign," and "Armstrong Would Be Biggest Fraud of All," jump out at you.


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