An Easter Basket Full of Links From the Sports Blogosphere

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An Easter Basket Full of Links From the Sports Blogosphere

—Police had to use a stun gun on Bills defensive back Donte Whitner while trying to control a crowd outside a Cleveland nightclub. Whitner was arrested and jailed for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He was later released and hasn't been charged.

Harvey Bars of Tirico Suave has a compelling argument against Auto-Play videos on websites, such as the ones we're now bombarded with at

Darren Rovell of CNBC's Sports Biz explains Ultimate Frisbee—one of the dumbest games in the history of the world, in my opinion—is on the rise. He says there were 4.9 million "competitive" Frisbee players in 2008.

—CC Sabathia bounced back from Monday's poor performance, pitching a gem in seven and two-thirds innings in Kansas City, allowing zero runs and striking out six. Not bad for a "$161 million bust."

—Duane Winn tells us 10 things that will happen in the 2009 NFL season. My favorite part? "Just because his initials are JC doesn't mean that Jay Cutler is the Bears' savior."

—A review of HBO's documentary "Thrilla in Manila" from Fang's Bites.

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