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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: February 19, 2015

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for Feb. 19: 

• Marginally safe for work: the girls of Mardi Gras on Instagram.

An artist made a dress entirely of game-used Mets baseballs. If it was the Mets, they weren't all that used.

Here's A-Rod's pre-written apology letter for his horrible steroid-free 2015 season. And here's Frank Caliendo recycling a bit by reading A-Rod's first apology letter in Morgan Freeman's voice.

Jay-Z thought Boomer Wells was Curt Schilling and asked him about the bloody sock game.

• Cool tribute: The Las Vegas Strip dimmed its lights in honor of Jerry Tarkanian.

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So there was a controversial non-call at the end of an otherwise great UNC-Duke game.

Danny Almonte, the Little League lightning rod of yesteryear, weighed in on the Jackie Robinson West scandal.

Golden Tate to Russell Wilson: Bro, squash those rumors that I did your wife.

Charles Barkley sprayed a firehose of hate toward the media.

Retired Ram Jeff Zgonina is trying his hand at the dog show thing. The best part: Picturing him prancing around in front of the judges.

• Watch the Ginger Hammer run the 40-yard dash in the NFL office.

-- Email us with any compelling sports-related links at links@athlonsports.com.