Quick, before it gets fixed, everyone go to NFL.com's free agency page and click on Michael Bennett's photo. UPDATE: Aw, it got fixed—or at least Bennett's profile is gone. When you clicked the picture, Randy Newman's "Short People" inexplicably started playing.
It's pretty easy to find Nick Saban's height: Saban was a defensive back for the Kent State Golden Flashes for the 1970, 1971, and 1972 seasons and also played for the baseball team in 1972. Every year and for both teams, his height and weight were listed at 5-foot-6, 185 lbs. So he's about three and a half inches…
Noted short person and former NBA player Muggsy Bogues let the cat out of the bag today, finally coming clean about his jealousy of Spud Webb's ability to dunk. [@muggsybogues]
What were you doing when you were five? (My answer revolves around cartoons and mud). Sacramento-area native Jan Silva is attending a tennis academy in France, all expenses paid. In fact, the academy's owner, Patrick Mouratoglou, will pay an estimated $140,000 this year to train him. Did I mention that Silva is five?