Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the solid gold photo gallery you can really sink your teeth into, as this beloved recording artist will attest.
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Georgia's top 2013 NFL draft prospect unveils a head cheese (that looks suspiciously just like him) and BBQ Chicken Smokehouse extravaganza at a Subway in New York. Among the other athletic luminaries who have been served are Robert Griffin III, Justin Tuck, Michael Strahan, Ndamukong Suh, Blake Griffin and Michael Phelps.
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It was only fitting that the big event at San Jose's HP Pavilion included a tender wedding proposal by Benson Henderson to his girlfriend Maria Magana. After all, few will argue that marriage is not a form of ultimate fighting.
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Basketball is a also a form of ultimate fighting as you can see. Here we have Tony Allen of the Grizzlies entering a state of Holy Headlock with Matt Barnes of the Clippers during their playoff game in Los Angeles.
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The big event at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall attracted the curious and the kooky, such as these New York Giants fans who are modeling the team's new redesigned uniforms for the 2013 season. The Jacksonville Jaguars have also unveiled a new look.
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The former QB returned to New York City, the scene of his warm, fuzzy welcome to the NFL from Philadelphia Eagles fans back in 1999, to ply his new trade in the 2013 Celebrity Kickball Game in Times Square.
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Judging by his furtive expression and body language, we'll hazard a guess and say the New York Jets signal caller is absconding with the silverware and condiment dispensers from the team's practice facility cafeteria after a brisk off-season workout.
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One of the primary purposes of spring games is to help teams perfect the complex, split-second timing of their end zone celebrations. Here are the Owls hard at work on this essential task at Chodoff Field in Philadelphia.
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When we last looked in on the former backstop, he was being fitted for his role as a gunsel in the Miami City Ballet production of <italics>Slaughter on Tenth Avenue</italics>. Now here he is packing a piece as he rehearses his lines, which include, "You can act like a man! What's the matter with you?" and "You shouldn't grab me, Johnny. My mother grabbed me once... ONCE!" After his theatrical utterances, he will watch the rest of the show from a seat onstage while cracking his knuckles and cleaning his fingernails with a switchblade.
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The Olympic swimmer-turned-professional-public-dummy got chummy with admirers at the 2013 Celebrity Kickball Game in Times Square, the very same one where Donovan McNabb was spotted three slides ago.
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Kyle Busch's No. 88 Studebaker Speedster looks festive in an almost floral way after a little pow-wow with Joey Logano's No. 22 Dusenberg during the STP 400 at Kansas Speedway.
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Pitcher Gio Gonzalez and MASN sideline reporter Julie Alexandria enjoy a little Gatorade courtesy of an unidentified hurler after an exciting game won 8-1 by the home team at Nationals Park in Washington.
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At 102, the world's oldest living big league player is livin' large in Havana with the $20,000 he finally got from Major League Baseball as a grant to old-timers (and if this guy don't qualify, then no one does) who played between 1947 and 1979. The dough (not the stuff in the cake) was held up for three years by the U.S. embargo on Cuba, but Senor Marrero refused to leave without it.
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In an attempt to inject more excitement into an otherwise sleepy sport, the PGA Tour has introduced live man-eating alligators to selected courses. Here a worker covers the remains of a rather unfortunate duffer in the sand trap on the 14th hole in Avondale, La. Attendance and TV ratings are expected to soar.
15 of 17Paul Sancya/AP
As the NHL's regular season draws to a close, the Coyotes are face-down and out of the playoffs, and maybe even out of Arizona. The NHL is still seeking a new owner for the team. How much you got on you?
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Auburn's famed poisoned oaks at the junction of College Street and Magnolia Street (shouldn't that be Oak Street?) got a dignified send-off to the saw mill that was heartily endorsed by the toilet paper industry.
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NFL draft prospects (front row from left), Dee Milliner Tavon Austin, Sharrif Floyd, Eric Fisher, and Chance Warmack ring the closing bell on Wall Street, and on that note we shall bring these procedings to yet another ignominious end.
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