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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: September 18, 2014


This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 18:

• With the new schedule gearing up, enjoy this slideshow of the loveliest ladies of fall TV, including the still-enticing Tea Leoni.

A sequel to Zoolander might actually happen. Of course, Hansel's not as hot as he once was.

Another classic Jeter commercial, courtesy of Gatorade.

Interesting story on former golf superstar-in-waiting Anthony Kim, who has all but disappeared.

• Artifact of the day: Tom Brady's resume from back when he wasn't sure he had a future in football. So where do you see yourself in five years, Mr. Brady?

• Inspirational story of the day: A Ravens player retired to give a kidney to his brother.

The Jameis Winston suspension raises serious red flags about the kid's judgment.

The earth swallowed up a soccer player mid-celebration.

A Braves fan tried to catch a home run ball with his hat. The results were disastrous for him, funny for the rest of us.

• Ever wonder how NFL ref Ed Hochuli maintains those guns of his? Wonder no more.

The director of the "Friday Night Lights" movie no longer allows his son to play football.

• Watch Brandon McCarthy's immaculate inning — nine pitches, nine strikes, three outs.

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