Art Rooney II has been vocal about his disappointment in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's off-field behavior and continues to condemn him both publicly, and in letters to concerned fans.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Summertime, oh summertime, when on Sundays, pointless galleries seem to make some sense. So, voila! Now go do a cannonball.
The Evian Masters offered car service and breakfast and a private golf critique on the Hudson with Natalie Gulbis, and when someone offers a town car, an omelet bar and golf lessons with a star, it's generally polite to accept.
This is Natalie Gulbis. She's on Twitter. And if you're jonesing for some, um, behind-the-scenes updates from the LPGA Tour, then she's worth a follow, because the LPGA believes the sport will become more appealing if its players start tweeting from the course. Yep, that'll do it. [Bloomberg, Pop Vox]
"It's not the right fit for Peyton, he's not that spontaneous. If Peyton did it he would plan it all out and make sure he did the best - he wouldn't have any typos." [NYT]
"Monica Seles arrives to the boat! yeah! everyone is here now i will send pictures tomorrow!" Exactly. [Natalie Gulbis Twitter]
Tme to sharpen those #2 pencils. The subject of the essay contest is "Who's Behind Your Success?" To be fair the contest actually specifies that you win a day with Natalie Gulbis and not a date. But that day is in Las Vegas. So have at it. Essays must be in by midnight on August 4. I suggest this opening, "Natalie,…