Yesterday, TMZ published an item about a woman who had approached them offering to sell some pics of Terrell Owens. Those photos, according to TMZ, were "some VERY graphic images featuring himself ... with himself." Translation: The woman says T.O. was fapping. Here's more:
Yesterday, upon hearing the news that Dana Jacobson intends to leave ESPN, we hoped to pay our respects by posting a video clip of our favorite moment from her time in Bristol. Alas, actual footage of Jacobson chugging vodka from the bottle and "cursing like a sailor," in the words of the Press of Atlantic City, has…
Over the years, Deadspin has hosted some ESPN footage that was never intended for air: There was Chris Berman berating the MNF production staff, and more recently a Fenway fingerblast from 1995. (You might also recall the Bill O'Reilly "Fuck it, we'll do it live" video.) These videos first popped up, unheralded, on…
This was a tip sent to Gawker last night from a scuzz-money marketplace entrepreneur who hopes to capitalize on Gloria James's recent valet beatdown. He claims to have footage of Gloria from Lebron's high school days where she goes after a young fella on the court.
Last year, we relied on readers who traveled to Miami to play citizen paparazzi dogs for us. Those unlucky bastards trapped in Dallas this week should beware: We're doing it again, and this time we've singled out two media personalities.
Back into the shit-pit we dive. An enterprising amateur photographer asks if we'd like to spend our scuzz-money on some awful photos of two professional tennis players. Vamanos.
This is one of the odder items up for bid on the scuzz-money marketplace, yet it's still so intriguing. Apparently ESPN's NFL high-fivin' workhorse used to get all Sock 'n' Buskin as a youngster.
Somebody wake Dan Jenkins from his afternoon nap and fetch his slippers because there's a wayward PGA penis on the loose. Proud sportswriters, please test that 2011 resolution to ignore this type of tawdry checkbook journalism.
Some things are worth digging into our sack of scuzz money. The Patriots' second-round draft pick getting pleasured and broadcasting it to random strangers is not one of them.