First up in our look around the sports world on this Monday, over the past few days retired NFL QB Jay Cutler has been keeping us updated with his latest quest to catch a chicken serial killer in his backyard. He's posted multiple photos and videos on Instagram of his attempts including using regular old traps but that hasn't worked so he’s taking it to the next level now. If you need him, he'll be having an all-night stakeout to catch this murderer.
Next up, Raiders Nation take a look at this! The team recently posted this video on their Instagram of their new $75 million dollar practice facility expected to be completed any day now. The video almost looks fake but it is so real.
Finally, the weekend's over and it’s back to the grind for Washington Redskins rookie Chase Young who takes his footwork drills very seriously. These are some quick feet for a man of his size, his agility is insane!
First up in our look around the sports world is this act of leadership by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. The 17-year veteran was spotted carrying his own equipment at training camp. Something we all know is usually the rookies' job. R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Larry.
Sticking with the Arizona Cardinals organization, the secret is out! Remember head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s epic draft night picture that went viral? Well, Kingsbury recently admitted that it was in fact staged. Hey, could've fooled me!
Lastly, is this one of the sickest lacrosse goals of all time? I'm not sure but it does get our vote! I mean c'mon, backward between the legs, just like he drew it up in practice!
First up in our look around the sports world, in the virtual stands last night during the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles Lakers game, students from LeBron's 'I Promise' school in Akron, Ohio appeared to cheer on their role model.
Next up, a dance battle was in full effect in the NBA bubble as Boston Celtics center Taco Fall, who was born in Senegal, shows off his best dance moves. If we're being honest, at 7'5" he can really get down!
Lastly, how cool is this... just six years ago Eddy Alvarez won a silver medal for speed skating at the Sochi Olympics and just yesterday he had his MLB debut as the Miami Marlins third baseman. That’s the inspiration all of us were looking for and needed today.