The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, which really wants to be an arbitration-eligible baseball player right now.
Kebbel in Fifty Shades: The criminally underrated Arielle Kebbel is apparently in the next Fifty Shades of whatever movie. She also looked fantastic at the Golden Globes over the weekend:
Donaldson gets paid: The Toronto Blue Jays and third baseman Josh Donaldson shattered the record for arbitration-eligible players on Friday, agreeing to a one-year, $ 23 million deal. That’s just insane.
Kyrie learns from Instagram: Celtics guard Kyrie Irving claims Instagram taught him the Earth is flat. Crazy coincidence, but Twitter is where I learned gravity is a myth, Friendster is where I found out heliocentricity is a government plot and Tinder is where I learned most of my friends have absolutely zero shame.
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In Case You Missed It on The Big Lead:
Cian Fahey Out at ESPN After ‘Ignorant’ Behavior at Bar
USC QB J.T. Daniels Could Be The Next Jake Fromm or Tua Tagovailoa
Carolina Panthers Decide Nepotism is Answer for Cam Newton, Hire Norv Turner’s Entire Family
Broncos’ Coaching Staff Reportedly Request Baker Mayfield to Be On Their Senior Bowl Team
Around the Sports Internet:
Drew Magary destroyed Bill Simmons’ most recent terrible column on the Patriots
Donovan Mitchell is making the Rookie of the Year race look awful close right about now
Hiring Norv Turner is a huge risk for the Carolina Panthers
Kris Bryant set the first-year arbitration record as the Cubs agreed to pay him $ 10.85 million
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