Mortal Combat X Shocks and Disgusts Conan O'Brien and Marshawn Lynch

You'd think a couple of pro football players wouldn't be fazed by a little video-game violence, but even Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski were taken aback by the brutality of the as-yet-unreleased Mortal Kombat X on Late Night With Conan O'Brien. In fact, at one point (following a rather grisly disembowelment) the Seahawks running back had to step away from the controller, saying, "That's nasty, man. I'm not here to see that! Y'all are tripping, man." The idea, of course, was to see how the two players fared in a virtual face-off before Sunday's showdown on the field, but see more

6 Phrases to Use If You Want To Sound Like You Understand Football

This Sunday, expect several gazillion people to tune into Super Bowl XLIX. That's a safe estimate considering that last year a whopping 111.5 million viewers fixed their gaze on the program—a new record in U.S. history. Obviously, not every last person who watches will be an expert in the matter of touchdowns and the like, yet no one wants to feel left out. To help novices sounds more polished in the way of the pig skin, we asked ESPN hosts Mike & Mike to explain six truly arcane football phrases. Watch the video above and you just may be see more

David Beckham: Coolest Stay-at-Home Dad Ever

Any wannabe soccer stars/underwear models who dream about trading lives with David Beckham might want to start casting about for a new idol . . . unless playing chauffeur to a pack of kids is part of said fantasy. Chatting with Jimmy Kimmel last night, the retired athlete revealed that he now spends most of his time driving his four kids with Victoria Beckham (sons Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz and daughter Harper) to school and soccer practice: "I'm literally an Uber driver." An out-of-shape Uber driver, to boot—at least, according to 3-year-old Harper, who recently announced, "Daddy, I love see more

Shinola Is Carrying Stylish Super Bowl Gear, Including Fully Inflated Footballs

Sport and style don't always intersect, but with Super Bowl XLIX looming, fashion brands are vying to capitalize on football's final showdown. The Detroit-based label Shinola—known for its watches and a recent expansion to include leather goods—has a small sampling of products that are both athletically inclined and easy on the eyes. For example, the leather footballs, in varying color combos, may have the vintage patina of a design object or show piece, but the brand emphasizes that these are "built to be used." Also on hand is a varsity jacket for watching the game from the sidelines and festive see more

Can Kim Kardashian's Super Bowl Commercial Make You Like Kim Kardashian?

Lots of people make fun of Kim Kardashian, but on Monday the reality star let the world know she's totally fine with being the butt (heh) of your jokes. Her Super Bowl commercial for T-Mobile is essentially a 30-second faux PSA about celebrity culture and media consumption, and she and her social-media antics are the punchline. see more

The Victoria's Secret Angels Want You to Watch the Superbowl

Today, Victoria's Secret released their annual Superbowl commercial and, wouldn't you know it, there's not a single football (deflated or otherwise) in the whole thing. However, there are a lot of scantily clad women giving sultry stares and longing glances, which is a consolation prize of sorts. You can watch the commercial above and you can catch the big game this Sunday. see more

The NBA Teams Up With Stance Socks for the All-Star Game

Adidas may have snagged the title for the official NBA 2014 All-Star Game uniforms, but Stance Socks has the players' sock game locked in. The tie-dye design comes in two colors—blue for the East Coast and red for the West, both to match each conference's team uniforms. And last month, the NBA gave us a first look at the jerseys designed by Adidas, either in white or black with a red, white, and blue trim. The All-Star Game will be played in New York City; five stars are featured on the jersey to represent the city's boroughs. Aside from looking see more

Baseball Legend Mike Piazza on the 5 Grooming Products He Can't Live Without

Besides a larger-than-life personality both on and off the field, there's another thing former Mets catcher Mike Piazza caused a stir with, and that's grooming. Yes, grooming. In fact, sometimes it seemed his experimentation with facial-hair styles was as closely monitored and scrutinized as his game. see more

A Gift a Day: A $250 Ostrich Skin Basketball for the Spoiled Sportsman

I don't play basketball. I don't watch it, either. But I'd proudly display an ostrich leather basketball as if it were a MVP trophy. Ridiculous? Yes. And yet, the heart wants what it wants. Ostrich leather basketball, $249, by Unofish see more

4 Tips From Olympic Medalists on How to Winter-Proof Your Hair

Raika Studio salon owner Kathleen Firth and her team of Paul Mitchell stylists got Olympians Gus Kenworthy (silver medalist in freeskiing) and Alex Deibold (bronze medalist in snowboarding) red-carpet-ready for the New York Gold Medal Gala last week. see more
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