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A visual depiction of Kellen Winslow jerking it (GIF)

Kellen WinslowWe have no idea what it looked like by the car that day in November when Kellen Winslow was accused by a witness of jerking off prior to his marijuana arrest. In fact, Winslow’s rep says he was just changing clothes.

But had Winslow been playing some pocket pool as he was alleged to do, we imagine it may have looked a little something like this. Well, it really wouldn’t have, but @nick_pants on Twitter created that incredible GIF mashing up the Winslow arrest with the iconic pool scene from “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.”

I mean Nick Pants really just nailed all the details, too. You notice the two open containers of Vaseline in the bathroom? How about the Boston Market takeout bag on the dining table? That was so well done. And if you don’t get those references, catch up on the full story here.

David Wilson moons New York traffic after neck surgery

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New York Giants running back David Wilson entered the 2013 season as one of the more promising players in the league, but he suffered a neck injury at the beginning of October and was unable to play for the remainder of the year. Wilson underwent successful neck surgery on Thursday and can now begin the road to recovery. He started off with a bang.

Or, more specifically, Wilson started off with a moon. The 22-year-old stood in front of his hospital window with a johnny on and mooned the traffic that was going by in New York.

“Hold up!!!!” Wilson wrote on Instagram. “Hold my phone (drake voice) while I moon NY traffic from the hospital room. Dr took pic.”

There’s something unsettling about an NFL player who just underwent neck surgery standing on a window sill, but I guess that’s Wilson’s business. We all heal in different ways.

H/T Shutdown Corner

LeGarrette Blount knocks out Peyton Manning in hilarious GIF

LeGarrette-Blount-punches-out-Peyton-ManningNew England Patriots running LeGarrette Blount has been a major story heading into the AFC Championship, as the power runner rushed for 166 yards and a whopping four touchdowns against the Indianapolis Colts last weekend. He also carved up the Buffalo Bills for 189 yards and two scores in Week 17.

Those were breakout performances for Blount, but many of you already knew all about him from that infamous incident where the former Oregon back punched Boise State’s Byron Hout after a game in college. Earlier this week, the incomparable LSU Freek turned that footage into a GIF of Blount knocking out Peyton Manning.

As usual, Freek nailed it. The faces he used for Manning before and after he got punched were priceless. Since this is the same guy who brought us the incredible Andy Reid Kool-Aid man GIF and that Charlie Strong “Blazing Saddles” GIF, we’re not surprised he’s done it again. Freek produces pure gold.

H/T Unathletic via SI Hot Clicks

Davone Bess tweets another weed picture; Browns looking into it

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Davone Bess really, really needs to stop using social media to post pictures of his hobbies. And by that I mean he should probably stop tweeting and Instagramming photos that involve weed. On Thursday morning, Bess tweeted and then deleted the photo you see above.

There’s really nothing incriminating there. The green stuff could just as easily be oregano as it could be marijuana. The cigar probably isn’t good for his lungs and stamina, but smoking tobacco isn’t illegal in the NFL. The word “Jah” on the background of Bess’ iPhone is a term used in Rastafarian culture. Bess is a Rastafarian. Let’s not jump to conclusions, people.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns are aware that Bess tweeted the photo and are looking into it.

“The team is aware of the photos and looking further into the situation and will deal with the matter internally,” the team said in a statement.

Last month, Bess posted a photo on Instagram of himself holding what appeared to be a blunt while he was away from the team for personal reasons. A source reportedly told Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com that Bess has been dealing with a serious family issue. He grew up in a rough part of Oakland and supposedly worries about family members who still live there.

Aside from the fact that Bess shouldn’t be smoking weed at all, the most mind-boggling part about all this is that he posts these photos on social media. What is he thinking?

Thanks to Shutdown Corner for capturing the tweet

Wizards mock Miami Heat fans with ‘Bandwagon Cam’

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Is there anything more embarrassing than looking up at the arena video board and realizing you have been selected for the “Kiss Cam?” President Obama would probably tell you that it doesn’t get more awkward than that, but I bet the Miami Heat fans who were featured on the “Bandwagon Cam” on Wednesday night would disagree.

As Dan Steinberg of DC Sports Bog discovered, the Washington Wizards mocked fans who were wearing Heat gear by showing them on the “Bandwagon Cam” during the team’s surprising 114-97 victory over LeBron James and company.

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Seahawks fan got Super Bowl champions tattoo before season began

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One Seattle Seahawks fan will either end up being the biggest jinx ever, or the greatest prophesier the NFL ever saw.

Before the season began, Seahawks fan Tim Connors got a Seahawks tattoo that called the team the Super Bowl XLVIII champions. He says he had to talk the tattoo artist into doing the tattoo, because the artist knew there were 31 other teams who could end up being the Super Bowl champ.

“I said, ‘hey man, people are going to attack you… that you’re the jinx of the team,’ ” tattoo artist Lonnie Moon of Good Karma Body Art told KOMO. And when Connors convinced him to go through with it, Moon answered: “He’s right, you know what, you think like that, you’re not a real fan.”

Connors says he’s received a positive reception from about 95 percent of Seahawks fans and a negative response from about five percent, who think he may jinx the team.

Though Connors’ preseason tattoo declaring his team the champions may seem unique, not to mention risky, it’s hardly new. Jason Terry got a Dallas Mavericks championship tattoo and the team went on to win the NBA title that season. He doubled down upon being acquired by the Boston Celtics, but the bold move failed; the Celtics went 41-40 and lost in the first round of the playoffs.

At this point, Connors has a 1-in-4 chance of being right in his tattoo decision. I probably would favor the Seahawks to win it all.

H/T Black Sports Online

Photo: Twitter/KOMO News

Louisville fan has huge head tattoo with logo, area code

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Now introducing: a Louisville fan with a massive Cardinals-themed tattoo on his head. We don’t have much background on the fan in question who decided that getting half his skull inked in Louisville colors was a good idea, but we don’t need much. Kentucky Sports Radio posted this photo Wednesday morning as part of a gag where they sarcastically asked their readers to vote for their “favorite Louisville fan of the day” by comparing this gent to another dude who had a Louisville tattoo up and down his leg that also featured Rick Pitino and Denny Crum. I think dome boy has to win this one.

You know, as painful and bad as that tattoo might look, it actually isn’t that bad of an idea. Think about it for a second: if you ever decide that you don’t like the way it looks, you can just grow out your hair and cover it up. Now if you go bald, then there might be a problem.

H/T College Basketball Talk