Cris Carter and Warren Sapp were enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend in Canton. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers great (who finished off his career with the Oakland Raiders) traced his journey from rural Florida to immortality while the former Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver delivered a memorable salvo to the Saturday evening ceremony. Sunday night, the pair were back in the spotlight during NBC's telecast of the annual Hall of Fame game. The Dallas Cowboys beat the Miami Dolphins 24-20 in an exhibition affair that featured more than its share of blunders — but the true winners were the viewers at home who got to see Carter videobomb Sapp. While Sapp was being interviewed by Michele Tafoya, Carter poked his head out from behind the former defensive tackle and made a series of odd facial expressions and mouthed, "C'mon man!" Tafoya even attempted to cut Carter's antics short. Alas, the guy known for catching touchdowns got the last laugh.
Meanwhile in college football news, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is under NCAA investigation. The Heisman Trophy winner allegedly received a five-figure flat fee for signing photos and memorabilia in January.
And Tiger Woods won the Bridgestone Invitational. It's the eighth time Woods has won the event and his 79th career PGA Tour victory for the 14-time major winner, three behind Sam Snead's all-time record.