Dwight Freeney is visiting the New England Patriots today. The 33-year-old defensive end is the Colts' franchise career-sacks leader with 107.5, and led the league in that area in 2004. Some believe Freeney is losing a battle nobody has ever won -- the one against Father Time. But the Pats are trying to tool up and maybe even make up for pissing off Tom Brady by not re-signing Wes Welker. Brady's a Freeney fan. 

 

 

 

 

Steven Jackson agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal with the Atlanta Falcons. Jackson was considered to be the top running back available on the free agent market. 

Former NBA star Adrian Dantley is spending his retirement days as a crossing guard at a busy intersection outside of a middle school in Maryland. But he's not doing it for the 14 grand a year it pays him. Dantley doesn't appear to be one of those sad stories of rich athletes gone broke. Nah, he's doing it to pay health insurance, since crossing guards in Montgomery County are covered and NBA veterans are not. 

Who would've guessed that Chris Paul's fictitious twin brother, Cliff Paul, would gain such popularity?

Broncos safety Quinton Carter was arrested for cheating at a Nevada casino. Security officials say they have tape of Carter adding five-dollar chips to three bet stacks after the dice had already been rolled. Can't hustle the hustlers, homie; you're at a friggin casino. Cameras everywhere. What can't get lost here is that a rich man went to jail for cheating the establishment out of $15.

Steve Carell visited ESPN. 

Justin Timberlake continued his week on Late Night, performing "Strawberry Bubblegum" from The 20/20 Experience

Rsonist confirmed that The Heatmakerz would have a track on Kanye West's next project.

 

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Timbaland celebrated his 41st birthday in New York with Missy Elliot, Jay-Z, Jamie Foxx and Justin Timberlake. 

McDonald's is being sued after a child ate a used condom found in the play area. Just...Ugh. Poor kid.

Twitter is releasing a new music app

The NRA apparently doesn't see any use for more extensive background checks on gun sales

Yelawolf, Raekwon and Killer Mike teamed up for "Rhyme Room."