Hot Clicks: Kelly Brook; NFL Network airs game with no announcers

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In Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks, we told you about Hilary Duff's confession that she and NHL husband Mike Comrie enjoy sexting each other. Now, English model and actress Kelly Brook reveals that she often gets dirty texts from "silly sports people" and that she keeps them "all for collateral."


Kelly Brook :: Jordan Strauss/Getty Images

It's good to see that even top athletes like to make a spectacle of themselves when they're introduced as part of a wedding party. Check out Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman doing his thing at the recent wedding of a friend.

Fancy Footwork

Dear NFL Network: You were on the right track with your idea to air a game with no announcers, especially since your announcers are Matt Millen and Joe Theismann. However, since it's going to be a REPLAY of the Bengals-Jets game on Saturday, and not the actual live broadcast on Thanksgiving, you don't get credit. Sorry.

Good Idea, Bad Execution

Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, in his second NFL season, is having an outstanding year. He leads the NFL with 12 sacks and is a big reason why Green Bay is 7-3. He's also the subject of this oddly-bizarre-yet-captivating YouTube tribute video thanks to the use of Lionel Richie's Hello. However, one Matthews fan took things just a tad far with the opening paragraph of his Wikipedia page. (Thanks to Christian Gardner, of Buffalo, N.Y., for the tip.)

Fun With Wiki

Clay Matthews Wikipedia has a look at the most notable penalty-kick fails in soccer history.

Putrid Penalty Shots

The Maryland field hockey team won the national championship last week with an overtime victory. The school's radio announcer got a little excited. (Thanks to Juan, of Silver Spring, Md. for the video.)

Sports Video Of The Day

Take it away, Adam.

Thanksgiving Music Video Of The Day