Athlon’s Essential Eleven Links of the Day

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This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports posts on the web for July 27.

• Former NFL player and current agent Ralph Cindrich appeared on a Pittsburgh radio show and .

• Not only were the , but you can’t find anyone that actually likes the way they look. No word yet if the athletes will have their names on the berets like Rusty from European Vacation.

• Staying with unusual looks, check out this season.

• Joe Lucia looks at ten top targets who could be moved soon with approaching rapidly.

• A 48-year man in Oklahoma City while being arrested.

• All eyes were on on the first day of Broncos training camp.

• Next season’s . The opening-night tripleheader will be headlined by the Celtics meeting the Heat and Steve Nash debuting in Los Angeles.

• has a great interactive piece on .

• Apparently . Good thing he has a ton of pitching potential.

• Bears defensive back D.J. Moore decided to reach out to his fans for training camp.

• The fun/nightmare has already started at Jets training camp, as the New York media wades through the Mark Sanchez-Tim Tebow quarterback competition. Check out what one reporter says to Sanchez…

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July 26

• Jaguars management has stated that with two years left on his current deal, so the Pro Bowl running back will not report to training camp.

• Who would not want a from the Tampa Bay Rays?

• Wow, a sighting.

are a little different.

• Mark Ennis of Big East Coast Bias has an interesting piece on .

• Bleacher Report’s Michael Felder looks at , who is trying to majorly upgrade his talent level on defense.

• So apparently is “causing a commotion” on Twitter. After extensive research, we see no reason for controversy.

• Will USC coach Lane Kiffin pilfer off of the Penn State roster?

• Gawker breaks down entertainment’s craziest family, .

• It looks like NFL management may be giving up on .

Eccentric San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson is out for the season due to injury, so he has plenty of time on his hands. And Sasqutach from the Jack Links ads is tired of getting punked out in the woods. So naturally, they decided to have a talk show together.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 25

• Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez was last night in Seattle. The fracture will likely cost the three-time MVP at least six weeks on the disabled list.

• The Dodgers new ownership promised big things when took over earlier this season, and that started last night with .

• Oh, .

• Panthers center Ryan Kalil lets us know that .

• CBS’ Jon Heyman has all the details on to stay in Philadelphia.

The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale .

• ESPN blogger David Ubben has the latest and greatest from .


• The U.S. Olympic basketball in what could be the gold-medal game in London.

• U.S. women’s soccer goalie Hope Solo’s autobiography comes out in August. The Olympian details a rough childhood and says that .

• A group of Penn State football players decided to make a statement on their commitment to the program after the massive NCAA sanctions that were handed down earlier this week.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 24

• The of whether or not to transfer could have a big impact on the 2012 college football season.

• Ichiro Suzuki may have faded from his former All-Star level with the Mariners over the last couple of seasons, but he could be .

• Check out the unique and inspiring story of former Iowa State marathoner , a Sudanese refugee who will compete in the 2012 Olympics in London as an independent athlete.

• Michigan has unveiled for the huge season-opener in Dallas versus defending national champion Alabama.

• Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee .

• Leave it to Jack Daniel’s to write ever.

• Jim Young shares some .

• The Marlins dealt veterans Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez to the Tigers yesterday. Could shortstop next?

• As expected, were picked overwhelmingly by the Pac-12 media to win their respective divisions.

• After all of the craziness involving , the Magic may not move him.

• When the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Montreal Alouettes of the CFL get together, the excitement level is going to be high. We all know that. But former New Mexico State and current Ti-Cat receiver Chris Williams loses his cool and celebrates a little early on this return.

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July 23

• The NCAA delivered its today.

• The NCAA is often criticized, but many around the country believe the controversial organization .

• ESPN Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg looks at of Penn State’s scholarship reductions.

• The Chicago Cubs in St. Louis on Sunday. They may have looked super but played more like , getting outscored 23-1 in a weekend of getting swept by the Cardinals.

• Peyton Manning and the Broncos of the Aurora tragedy.

• looks at . Solo synchronized swimming?

• The SI Golf Group breaks down , from Adam Scott’s collapse to the win for Ernie Els to what it means moving forward.

• The over the weekend and have gone 14-2 in the month of June.

• So Chad Johnson Ochocinco is now back to, well, .

• The pitcher formerly known as Fausto Carmona (now Roberto Hernandez) must serve a suspension for using a false identity. His Indians teammates welcomed Hernandez back .

• Boxer Adrien Broner looked like he was going for a marriage proposal after his recent fight, but this happened instead.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

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