Nothing better than a behind the scenes photo shoot of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ Cheerleaders in Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, wouldn’t you say? At least the Jag fans will have one visual reason to attend EverBank field, because Blaine Gabbert is still the Jaguars quarterback.
Related: Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders do ‘Call Me Maybe’ parody
Sign the kid up Chelsea! This is Fernando Torres stuff right here.
Even though the Detroit Tigers lost to the Texas Rangers, 11-8, Miguel Cabrera put on quite a show at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Cabrera finished 4-4 on the night (one intentional walk) and also hitting three long balls back-to-back-to-back.
It’s either Cabrera or Albert Pujols for the best hitter in our era. I’d have to side with Cabby.
Kansas City Chiefs speedster Jamaal Charles gives us a sneak peek into his life outside the lines. Charles, Brandon Flowers, and company look like they’re welcome guests at the friendly neighborhood Twin Peaks.
The talents also extend outside of football, as the running back can mix a beat or two.
During game three with the Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin crashed into the net while trying to create a scoring chance. In a rare occurrence, Malkin looked directly at the camera before exiting the net and gave us this beauty of a GIF.
Hov gives the best graduation presents.
Skylar Diggins, who was drafted 3rd overall to the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock and recently signed a deal with Jay Z’s Roc Nation, got the car as a surprise during Notre Dame graduation ceremony on Sunday.
Diggins posted on Instagram the following pic and wrote, “Got surprised with a new mercedes! Thanks so much to Jay and @rocknation, and @Dancyautogroup!”
With a game two victory in hand, the Boston Bruins were content to just let the clock run out but the New York Rangers wanted to send a message. Rangers forward Derek Dorsett was a pest all game, and finally found a dance partner in Gregory Campbell. Campbell is a tough customer but not nearly the same quality fighter that Dorsett is. I give Campbell credit for dropping the...
On Saturday night the Providence Bruins were unable to close out their Calder Cup AHL playoff series against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins as they lost 4-0 and the Penguins forced a game six. The Bruins refused to just take the loss quietly though and the brawl that ensued certainly set the stage for an interesting game six on Monday.
The Bruins and Penguins combined for 117...
New York Rangers coach John Tortorella lost his temper on referee Dan O’Halloran after the second period ended when a punch to captain Ryan Callahan’s head was not called. You can’t read Tortorella’s lips too well, but you can tell that it is an f-bomb laced tirade and he is clearly not asking O’Halloran to grab a beer with him after the game.
This incident during the 4th inning summed up Tim Lincecum’s outing against the Colorado Rockies. Lincecum’s back foot slips as he winds up for the pitch and he falls on his backside and was called for the balk. Lincecum ended up giving up six runs through five innings and the San Francisco Giants lost to the Rockies 10-2.
Tottenham’s Gareth Bale thought he deserved a penalty after going down in the penalty box during Sunday’s Premier League battle against Sunderland. Instead of awarding a penalty kick, the ref booked Bale was for diving. Yikes, tough break for the Spurs star.
Indiana Pacers’ Roy Hibbert came away with the huge block on New York Knicks forward Carmello Anthony during the 4th quarter of Saturday night’s Game 6. Melo appeared to have the clear path to an easy slam after spinning on Paul George. However, the 7’2” Hibbert came over from his help position to stuff Melo, and give the Pacers momentum before the game’s final push, which...
Vitor Belfort was taking on Luke Rockhold in the UFC on FX 8 on Saturday night when Belfort rocked Rockhold with this kick to the head. Nothing like taking a heel to the side of the head to KO you from a fight.
The scariest part of that kick? That is Belfort’s 12th career 1st round KO. Impressive.
Official Call: Vitor Belfort def. Luke Rockhold via KO (spinning back kick...
With about five minutes to play in the second period of a 1-1 game, Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick showed off why he is one of the best goalies in the NHL. San Jose Sharks forward Joe Pavelski came out of the corner with the puck and looked like he was going to tuck it short side when he dished off the puck to Andrew Desjardins. Quick was out of position and looked like...
It appears that playing with Niklas Kronwall rubbed off on Brad Stuart. The San Jose Sharks defenseman laid Los Angeles Kings forward Justin Williams with this Kronwall-esque hit late in the first period. Stuart timed the hit perfectly and Williams could do nothing by the time he looked up and realized what was coming for him.
After spending most of the year in the AHL and scoring 28 goals in 58 games with the Manchester Monarchs and winning AHL rookie of the year, Tyler Toffoli is finally getting his shot with the big club. Toffoli has only played five playoff games for the Los Angeles Kings so far, but he has been looking like a seasoned vet. After San Jose Sharks goalie Antti Niemi left the net...
This is the type of stuff that the NHL does very well. They took sound bites from the different playoff series from Round 1 of the Playoffs and put together a clean compilation of the best stuff. Personally, I’d love to hear the uncut version to hear what the players are saying to each other, but you get a great taste of what goes on during the game with this video.
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The start to the 2013 Memorial Cup on Saturday was a rocky one. The US National Anthem prior to the Portland Winterhawks-Halifax Mooseheads game was an unmitigated disaster. If it weren’t for the fans helping her along, I don’t think she would have ever finished it. You know you’re doing a horrible job when you can see players starting to laugh at you and you are making...
Detroit Red Wings forward Valtteri Filppula has had an up-and-down season this year, but this phenomenal goal showed off just how good he can be. Henrik Zetterberg dropped the puck off to him at the blue line and rather than Filppula overpass as he has done so often, he pulled the puck to his backhand and drove to the net. As he was going down he fired a backhand shot between...
In the third period with a 2-1 lead, Detroit Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson made an amazing pass, identifying Franzen sneaking behind the Chicago Blackhawks defenseman. He put the pass right on Franzen’s tape and the Mule walked in and fired a gorgeous shot short-side high glove. Crawford was playing aggressive to cut down the angle because he knew Franzen has a phenomenal...
It’s not every day that a pro golfer will let you in on some of their secrets for getting ready before a round, and Miguel Angel Jiminez’s pre-driving range warm up routine is simply outstanding. Golf Monthly must have given Jiminez a lot of money to show off his routine, while he held a cigar. The best part of this video? There will be plenty of regular golfers that start...
Eastern Michigan is looking to raise $60,000 to renovate locker rooms, bathrooms, the players lounge, team building and training rooms, the equipment room and the weight room. Smaller schools like Eastern Michigan have to come up with unique ways to fundraise and for just $5,000 you can go skydiving with Head Coach Ron English or for $2,500 you can go with an Assistant Coach.
One chose ducks the other one football. Phil Robertson (second on the left), was the starting QB at Louisiana Tech over the Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw in the ’60s for two seasons.
North Texas’ Tony Mitchell recorded the highest vertical among power forwards at the 2013 NBA Combine on Friday afternoon. On Mitchell’s first-attempt, he jumped so high that they were forced to prop the vertical bar up on something.
Tony Mitchell’s 38” on the max vertical beat out Blake Griffin’s 37” measurement at the 2009 Combine
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This Toronto Maple Leafs fan used his Go Pro camera to try and make some fond memories as he and his friends gathered together to watch the Boston Bruins-Leafs Game 7. Unfortunately, the Maple Leafs epic collapse gave them this depressing video. Their reactions are pretty expected, too sad and shocked that they lost to even be angry about it. This video pretty much defines what...