Thursday, August 1, 2013

NFL Cheerleader Is Iraq Vet -- NBA Player Stomps Homeless Man -- Most Swagged Out Athletes

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Jones Arrested for Allegedly Stomping Homeless Man Jones Arrested for Allegedly Stomping Homeless Man
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Cowboy Suffers Jolly Rancher Injury Cowboy Suffers Jolly Rancher Injury
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The 16 Kinds of Sports Fans The 16 Kinds of Sports Fans
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Watch: Marlins Pitcher's Celebration Goes Wrong Watch: Marlins Pitcher's Celebration Goes Wrong
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Yao Taller Than Pacquiao, Not Amused by Him Yao Taller Than Pacquiao, Not Amused by Him
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WWE's Orton Attacked by Fan WWE's Orton Attacked by Fan
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Merriman Too Heavy to Be 'American Ninja Warrior' Merriman Too Heavy to Be 'American Ninja Warrior'
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Cooper Uses Racist Slur at Concert Cooper Uses Racist Slur at Concert
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Weird Gifts That Athletes Have Received Weird Gifts That Athletes Have Received
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Braves' Simmons Harnesses Inner Tiger Woods Braves' Simmons Harnesses Inner Tiger Woods
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