Ben Roethlisberger and wife have second baby

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Apparently this is the week for NFL quarterbacks to have children.

Not only did Tony Romo and wife Candice have their second child — a baby boy named Rivers Romo — but Ben Roethlisberger and his wife Ashley had their second child.

Big Ben tweeted on Wednesday that his daughter, Baylee Marie Roethlisberger, was born.

The two also have a son, Benjamin Jr., who was born in Nov. 2012.

Here he is, Ben Roethlisberger, a straight family man with a wife and two kids. Feels like just yesterday that he was being investigated and accused of multiple rapes. And now he has a young daughter. He really has grown up.

Johnny Weir breaks up with husband Victor Voronov

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Johnny Weir announced on Twitter Wednesday that he is separating from husband Victor Voronov after just over two years of marriage.

Weir, who is just a little bit more dramatic than your average person, hinted at some bad news with a tweet sent on Tuesday night that he later deleted:

That was a tease for the real news, which he announced Wednesday:

The two were united in a civil ceremony in Dec. 2011. Weir had previously kept his sexual orientation private, but he came out publicly in his book in early 2011.

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Tony Romo and wife Candice have new baby boy – Rivers Romo

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America’s favorite couple just added another member to the family.

Tony Romo’s wife, Candice, gave birth on Tuesday to the couple’s second child. The Romos named their son Rivers.

Rivers checked in at eight pounds and 12 ounces and is nearly two years younger than older brother Hawkins, who turns two next month.

We have no doubt that Rivers is every bit as cute as his older brother. Does it get more adorable than this photo of Hawkins in his “Daddy” No. 9 Dallas Cowboys jersey? I think not.

I wonder if Philip feels honored that his fellow QB is naming his son after him.

Vince Vaughn bought Lane Kiffin’s house


Lane Kiffin waved his official goodbye to Southern California back in December when he listed his Manhattan Beach mansion for sale for $6.995 million. Kiffin and his wife recently found a buyer for the property, and some of you may know him. His name is Vince Vaughn.

The LA Times reports that the 44-year-old actor bought Kiffin’s former home for $6.5 million. There was initially some confusion over whether Kiffin would owe USC money for the home because the school loaned him $500K to make the purchase, but it does not appear that was an issue.

Kiffin bought the mansion for $5.5 million in 2012, so his family was able to turn a nice profit. The house is 7,308 square feet and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It also features a swimming pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and guesthouse.

Vaughn, who bought another home in La Canada Flintridge last year for $3.9 million, fancies himself somewhat of a real estate collector. The former USC head coach’s home is a nice property to add to his collection. Here are some more photos:

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Terrell Davis gasped and froze when earthquake hit (Video)

Terrell-Davis-earthquakeLike many others, NFL Network analyst Terrell Davis was not prepared for the 4.4-magnitude earthquake that shook the Los Angeles area on Monday morning. The former Denver Broncos running back was relaxing on a sofa during a segment when the room began shaking. He let out a dramatic gasp and stood up.

From there, Davis didn’t really do much. Unlike that news anchor we showed you earlier, he didn’t try to climb under a table or seek shelter. He just kind of stood there looking around while the room shook.

Am I criticizing? Hell no. I’ve never experienced an earthquake, but I’d probably run around screaming like a girl if I did. The gasp and freeze is more manly than anything I would have done.

Video via The Big Lead

LA earthquake terrified Randy Moss and TV anchor Chris Schauble (Video)

A 4.4-magnitude earthquake rocked the Los Angeles area early Monday morning, and the reaction across Twitter helped tell the story of how widespread the rumble was. There have been no reports of major damage, but plenty of residents were woken up by their houses shaking. Others, like KTLA anchors Chris Schauble and Megan Henderson, had to seek shelter at work.

And then there was Randy Moss, who grew up in West Virginia and isn’t used to the whole earthquake thing. He wanted his mommy.

Apparently Randy got lucky during his two seasons with the Oakland Raiders and one with the San Francisco 49ers. From the sound of it, Moss handled the quake like Torrey Smith handled that earthquake in Baltimore a few years back. Jim Furyk should teach them a lesson on how to deal with the rumble.


All joking aside, we hope all of our friends on the west coast wound up with nothing more than a scare.

Video via For the Win

Liz Dickson golf stunt video shows why she is suing Playboy

On Friday, we told about a former Playboy model named Liz Dickson who is suing Playboy and radio host Kevin Klein for a golf stunt gone wrong. Dickson said she suffered permanent injuries after she was convinced to lie on her stomach, have a golf ball teed up between her butt cheeks and allow Klein to take a swing at it. Now, we have a video of the incident.

TMZ released footage on Saturday that shows Dickson going along with the stunt only to have Klein badly miss and nail her in the right butt cheek. Dickson was laughing at first and Klein insisted he “didn’t swing very hard,” but TMZ also shared a photo of a nasty bruise that proves the mishap was no laughing matter.

Dickson is suing Playboy and Klein for $500,000. The video and bruise should serve as fantastic evidence.