NASCAR: Hey, tabloid news that doesn’t involve Tiger Woods! The National Enquirer reports that Dale Earnhardt Jr. stole some guy’s wife. The woman is supposedly interior decorator Amy Reimann, whose ex-husband is an assistant defensive line coach at Kentucky, Tommy Cook. Cook’s dad is quoted in the tabloid as saying it’s true his ex-daughter-in-law is now dating NASCAR’s most popular driver. Don’t expect to read anything about it from Junior – especially on Twitter. If growing up in the spotlight has taught him anything, it’s when and where to stay quiet.
Golf: C’mon, you didn’t think that meant there wasn’t any tabloid news about Tiger. According to Britain’s Daily Mail, England’s answer to the New York Post, Tiger’s goin’ for Wilt Chamberlain’s record, having sex with 120 women. If Fly were to apply some math to the latest rumors, that would cost him between $4.2-to-5 million per conquest if reports of a $500 million to $600 million settlement are correct.
NFL/Soccer: This video sorta has the same quality of many "Bigfoot sightings", but if TMZ says it’s Tony Romo, well, then it’s Tony Romo. Apparently he has some kicking skills, getting payback for being knocked down in a rec league soccer game by scoring shortly thereafter.
• We’re all expecting JaMarcus Russell to be booted to the curb any day after the Raiders traded for Jason Campbell. But Jay Glazer says JaMarcus will be at camp Friday, leading Fly to believe that Al Davis still believes in that kid.
• In case you didn’t get enough less-than-fully-clothed Terry Bradshaw in "Failure to Launch," you can see him jumping out of a birthday cake for Jay Leno:
NBA: Who’s got next on the New Orleans Hornets’ bench? The Times-Picayune says the team’s looking at Mark Jackson as a coach candidate. Jackson has come thisclose to landing two NBA head coaching jobs, losing out to Kurt Rambis in Minnesota and Mike D’Antoni for the Knicks job.