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NEW YORK - APRIL 25: Seattle Seahawks draft pick Aaron Curry poses with his new jersey at Radio City Music Hall for the 2009 NFL Draft on April 25, 2009 in New York City (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Aaron Curry

Fashion police - Worst-dressed NFL draft picks of all time

Yahoo SportsApril 24, 2013

From Brett Favre's cuffed jorts to a whole lot of shiny shirts and suits, the NFL draft has had its fair share of fashion fails. Who will make the list this year?

  • Bubba Watson's caddie unleashed a brutal zinger on a heckler at the PGA

    SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – It wasn’t even noon by the time former U.S. Open champion Justin Rose got to the 18th tee on Saturday at the PGA Championship. He had one of the rounds of the day going, and after another birdie putt fell on 17 to get him to four under, he had one of the largest crowds on the course, too. That’s when things started getting rowdy. Screams rang out from the crowd even after Rose had pulled his club. His caddie stepped in to help the marshals quiet them down. “No cameras, please!” he shouted. “Quiet, please!” he asked a few more times. The did, kind of, but they were still so loud that Rose needed to back off his shot. “You could feel the crowd starting to get more energized,”

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  • Adam Silver doesn't love the 1+1 deals signed by LeBron and Durant

    One of the weirdest things about Kevin Durant’s decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors is that he’s not committed to his new club past the 2016-17 season. Durant signed a two-year deal with Golden State that includes a player option on the second season, and no one believes he’ll actually accept it. LeBron James has signed similar deals with the Cleveland Cavaliers in each of the past two offseasons, and he figures to do the same thing in upcoming weeks in advance of getting his own record-shattering contract next summer.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • WunderBrow tested by CBS' The Doctors

    WunderBrow tested by CBS' The Doctors

    Are your brows sparse or over-tweezed? Perfect the look of your brows now with WUNDERBROW!

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  • The Yankees need to move on from Aaron Hicks

    A lot of focus this season has been around the sputtering Yankees offense, particularly the drastic decline of Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira, who before the season began were the Yankees expected source of power. The expectations for outfielder and newcomer Aaron Hicks were much more modest than those of Teixeira and Rodriguez, but contribution was expected from the former first round pick, still in his mid twenties, and acquired in the off-season for John Ryan Murphy, who provided a solid backup to Brian McCann behind the plate last season. A great season from Austin Romine has helped fans forget about Murphy’s absence, but it is hard to turn a shoulder to the black hole in the Yankees lineup that took Murphy’s place on the roster (even while Murphy has struggled himself.

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  • Cubs fan will donate to domestic-violence charity for each Aroldis Chapman save

    The acquisition of bazooka-armed reliever Aroldis Chapman wasn’t exactly greeted with glee by Chicago Cubs fans because of the pitcher’s offseason domestic violence incident. While Cubs fans are desperate for their team to finally end its 108-year-old streak without a World Series title, some aren’t desperate enough that they feel comfortable adding a player to the roster who was accused of domestic violence before prosecutors ultimately decided not to file charges. Lifelong Cubs fan Caitlin Swieca decided to do something positive to help herself cope with the disappointment she felt in her beloved team.

    Big League Stew
  • In case you missed it on Friday

    Before the Mets take on the Rockies, check out the latest news and rumors you might have missed from Friday. Juan Lagares will have surgery to repair the partially torn ligament in his left thumb and will miss at least six weeks. Brandon Nimmo has been called up to take his spot on the roster. Read more  The Mets have an offer out for Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy. Read more The Angels and Mets have discussed a possible deal involving RHP Joe Smith. Read More Jose Reyes is close to returning from his Grade 1 intercostal strain, but will not be in Friday's lineup. Read more The Mets have interest in Rays OF Steve Pearce, but believe his cost is too high at the moment. Read more

    SNY
  • Did NHL teams suck fun out of 3-on-3 OT? (Trending Topics)

    A little more than a year ago, the NHL announced that it had officially adopted a 3-on-3 overtime as a means of juicing goal-scoring in the league and avoiding the shootout to as great an extent as possible. At the time, we had little understanding of what the NHL looked like at 3-on-3. From 2007 through the end of 2014-15, all NHL teams combined had played a grand combined total of just 87 minutes in that strength situation.

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  • Here's Karl-Anthony Towns dunking on all the children

    In 2005, my friends and I took great interest in a McSweeney’s article titled “A Realistic Assessment of How Many 12-Year-Olds I Could Beat Up Before They Overtook Me.” It is exactly what it sounds like — author Matt Schweiger investigates how he, a 21-year-old of fairly average size, would do in a fight against an ever-growing number of pre-teen boys. Minnesota Timberwolves center and reigning Rookie of the Year Karl-Anthony Towns is apparently trying to test his own version of this game. Honestly, they should just turn the camp into a full-on experiment to see how many kids Towns can take on.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. tweets update on his condition

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. tweeted an update on his condition Saturday morning, shortly before Sprint Cup cars were scheduled to practice again without him. This is the third weekend that Earnhardt has missed as he recovers from concussion-like symptoms. Jeff Gordon is driving the No. 88 this weekend at Pocono for Earnhardt, who has had issues with balance and nausea. Earnhardt has preached patience in his recovery. Saturday, Earnhardt tweeted: “Update: No change lately. Symptoms have plateaued over the last week. Balance/Gaze Stabilization are only issues. Docs preaching patience.” Earnhardt said last week he would provide an update on his condition Monday on the Dale Jr. Download podcast. Hendrick

    NASCAR Talk
  • 2016 Dodge Trucks

    2016 Dodge Trucks

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  • Chobra given run of League of Legends at IEM events, more teams, regions, and matches this season

    In an interview with Yahoo Esports earlier this week, VP of Pro Gaming at ESL Michal “Carmac” Blicharz provided new details about League of Legends in the upcoming Intel Extreme Masters circuit. “It’s definitely going to be a more high value product for the League of Legends fans,” he said. Cho, who has previous experience hosting the broadcasts, is much more likely to “yelling at his TD in the production room” at this season’s shows.

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  • Giants turn a 5-4-3 double play

    Conor Gillaspie handles a Ryan Zimmerman ground ball at third then throws it to Eduardo Nunez who completes the 5-4-3 double play

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  • LeBron James ordered a pizza with 16 different toppings

    LeBron James has clearly let himself go. (Getty Images) LeBron James is allowed to eat whatever the heck he wants. He averaged nearly 42 minutes per game during his brilliant MVP turn in last season’s NBA Finals win, he’s already played more minutes than

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  • Final Goodbye - 'She Was The Love of My Life'

    Final Goodbye - 'She Was The Love of My Life'

    Burt Opens Up Finally About Sally Relationship.

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  • Fowler, Thomas, Smylie rooming, living it up at PGA

    SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – It appears SB2K16 is the vacation that never ends. Three months after Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas Smylie Kaufman and Jordan Spieth took the Bahamas vacation heard 'round the golf world, the group remains (almost) inseparable, especially on the road. Their latest adventure comes at the year's final major, where Fowler, Thomas and Kaufman are rooming together and continuing to have the time of their lives.

    Golf Channel
  • AAC commissioner: 'It looks like' some members will leave for Big 12

    American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco, addresses the media during an NCAA football media day in Newport, R.I., Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The American Athletic Conference will probably lose at least one member to the Big 12. “I’ve been talking to the (athletic directors) and the president of the schools that might leave, and it looks like some of them will,” Aresco told Barnhart.

    Dr. Saturday
  • NFL conditionally reinstates Dolphins' Dion Jordan

    The NFL has decided to conditionally reinstate Miami Dolphins’ pass-rusher Dion Jordan, who was suspended for a year under the league’s substance abuse policy after submitting a diluted test sample. According to the announcement from the NFL, Jordan can join the Dolphins at training camp, allowed to participate in “meetings, conditioning work and similar activities.” He must also secure treatment in the Miami area, and after he’s done that he will be able to play in preseason games. The NFL will re-evaluate Jordan’s case at the start of the regular season, and after meeting with him will determine whether he’s been complying with the conditions of his reinstatement, he will be allowed to participate in regular-season activities.

    Shutdown Corner
  • MLB Trade Deadline Digest: Dodgers eyeing blockbuster three-team deal

    The Stew’s Trade Deadline Digest recaps the day in news and rumors as MLB gets closer to the non-waiver trade deadline on Aug. 1. If you missed any of Thursday’s action, we’re here to help you catch up with all the important links and tidbits. POTENTIAL

    Big League Stew
  • Golfer caught on camera swearing after fan screams 'BABA BOOEY!'

    SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – It’s become something of a trend in recent years for golf fans to scream ridiculous things after players hit their shots. It happens a lot at majors, and even more so towards the end of the day, when fans are a few drinks deep. Exhibit A Exhibit B Exhibit C It happened again on Friday at the PGA Championship. On the fourth hole of his second round, a fan screamed ‘BABA BOOEY’ at former U.S. Open champ Graeme McDowell (who went on to miss the cut), who responded by cursing the phrase under his breath. Television cameras caught it all. Warning, the video contains NSFW language McDowell took to Twitter afterwards, apologizing for the minor incident and explaining that he’s not

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  • Brad Keselowski: ‘Road courses remain the most dangerous tracks in motorsports’

    LONG POND, Pa. — Brad Keselowski was blunt about his crash this week at Watkins Glen, saying “there’s only so many of those hits you’re going to take before someone gets killed.’’ The former Sprint Cup champion walked away after hitting the Turn 1 tire barrier nearly head-on Tuesday during a test. He crashed after he lost his brakes because a brake line was not installed properly. The accident was similar to an accident Denny Hamlin walked away from there in 2011. This was Keselowski’s second big crash at a road course since 2011. He suffered a broken left ankle when he wrecked while testing at Road Atlanta. While safety changes since helped Keselowski avoid injury this week, he still has issues

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  • Back in Chicago, Dwyane Wade hits stage in Lollapalooza surprise

    Dwyane Wade performs on-stage at the Bud Light Stage Moment at Lollapalooza at Grant Park on July 28, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Three weeks after agreeing to terms on one of the more stunning deals of the summer, the Chicago Bulls will introduce Dwyane Wade at a Friday afternoon press conference. The All-Star shooting guard got to town a bit early, though — early enough to check out a crosstown interleague baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox, and to make a special appearance at the opening of Lollapalooza, the massive music festival held each summer in Chicago’s Grant Park.

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  • US Olympic Women's Basketball Team Going for 6th Gold Medal

    The U.S. Olympic women's basketball team is ready for Rio. "Well luckily, a lot of them had played in previous Olympics and lot of them were together in London so, there's not a lot that you have to do that's brand new and they're all so unselfish and they all want to play together and they all want the same thing, so it makes it easy," said head coach Geno Auriemma. The team will be going for their sixth straight gold medal.

    Good Morning America
  • Podcast: Breaking down the trade deadline with Jeff Passan

    It’s that time of the baseball season where Jeff Passan’s phone is buzzing with information. Yes, the trade deadline is coming on Aug. 1, which means teams are making moves and our pal Jeff is trying to wade through the rumors and find the truth.

    Big League Stew
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  • Judge rules Tony Stewart responsible for costs in Kevin Ward Jr. lawsuit

    Tony Stewart's insurance carrier is not responsible for any fees the NASCAR owner-driver may incur as a result of his involvement in the death of another driver in 2014, a federal judge ruled Friday. U.S. District Court Judge David Hurd of the Northern District of New York ruled that Stewart's policy with Axis Insurance Co. specified 105 events and did not give the three-time NASCAR champion coverage outside events not listed by Tony Stewart Racing. Stewart struck and killed driver Ward Jr. during a sprint car race in August 2014 at Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park in August 2014.

    SB Nation
  • Latest on Lucroy: Mets have offer out, Indians on no-trade list

    3:40 pm: The Red Sox and Mariners are no longer pursuing Bruce (Heyman, FanRag). 12:30 pm: The Brewers have a firm, minimum price for Lucroy, otherwise they may not deal him (Rosenthal, FoxSports). 12:07 pm: The Indians and Nationals, not the Mets, are on Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy's eight-team, no-trade list (Crasnick, ESPN). Nevertheless, teams that have asked about Lucroy believe he could eventually be traded to Cleveland, rival executives said yesterday (Crasnick, ESPN). 10:45 am: The Brewers are currently weighing an offer from the Mets for Lucroy, which they have yet to reject, according to ESPN.com's Adam Rubin. It was reported Thursday that the Brewers and Mets have restarted talks about

    SNY
  • Rolando McClain no-show to Cowboys' camp, team offers no details

    Perpetually troubled linebacker Rolando McClain did not show for the team charter from Dallas to Oxnard, Calif., where the team holds training camp, on Thursday, and had not showed as of Friday afternoon. The team placed both McClain and Randy Gregory on the reserve/did not report list, opening up two roster spots. Where the Cowboys knew that Gregory wouldn’t be showing – news came Monday that he was checking into a treatment facility for an unspecified problem – it appears McClain being M.I.A. is a surprise.

    Shutdown Corner
  • Wait Till You See What She Looks Like Now

    Wait Till You See What She Looks Like Now

    The most inspiring celebrity transformations in hollywood

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  • The names and teams to watch between now and Monday’s trade deadline

    Likelihood of being traded: Seems highly likely. Most likely destination: Beats us, though the Red Sox have the most to trade from and the GM with the history of the boldest moves. The Indians may be the most desperate for catching, however. Linked to: Dodgers, Yankees and Braves.

    HardballTalk
  • Nationals fill bullpen need by acquiring Pirates closer Mark Melancon

    Mark Melancon is headed to the Nationals in a trade. The Washington Nationals have landed the late-inning reliever they’ve been searching for at this year’s trade deadline. According to Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal, Washington struck a deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday afternoon, acquiring three-time All-Star closer Mark Melancon.

    Big League Stew