Josh Cribbs’ parting words. Cribbs, the long-time member of the Browns who claimed to be willing to take a pay cut, is expected to sign a deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
The 2013 Cleveland Indians getting ready to film their edition of the “Harlem Shake.”
Con Los Terroristas:
Ubaldo Jiménez: Reno 911
Brett Myers: WWE Champion
Michael Brantley: Steve Urkel
Rich Hill: Eater Bunny
Matt Capps: Penguin
Juan Diaz: Mummy
Joe Martinez: Spider Man
Trevor Bauer: Scarecrow
Terry Francona: Baby
Nick Swisher: OSU Football player
Justin Masterson: Grizzly Bear
Jason Giambi: Green man
Chris Perez and David Huff: Dumb & Dumber
(Image via Frank Herrmann)
Uncle Drew limited edition bobblehead is pulling $510 on eBay … with three days to go.
The 2013 Cleveland Indians are the subject of a feature in the latest edition of Sports Illustrated, titled “Not bad, different.”
The above image accompanies the feature, including nine of the team’s newest members.
(Clockwise from top surrounding manager Terry Francona: Mark Reynolds, Drew Stubbs, Nick Swisher, Mike Aviles, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Jason Giambi, Michael Bourn, Brett Myers.)
Braxton Miller gets national cover love from Sports Illustrated.
Queue the talk of the “SI jinx” in 3…2…
Cavs power forward Tristan Thompson absolutely dwarfing Pitbull amidst promotional work for Fiat earlier this week.
Mr. Worldwide’s apparently more Bogues than Bol.
(h/t to @backdstage on Instagram)
Did Anderson Varejao cut his infamous hair? The Cavaliers center posted this picture to his Twitter feed on Friday night — reuniting with former teammate Anthony Parker — asking fans what they thought of his “new look.”
Don’t forget, Varejao had corn rows when he came into the league, so this may merely be a throwback look for the typically floppy-haired big man. Only time will tell — it’s tough to imagine he would remove chances of future “wig night” promotions for his beloved employer.
Greg Little and (really) Lil’ Wayne. That is all. #ymcmb