Roundup: Phil Griffin Leaving MSNBC; Arrest Made in Tom Brady Break-In; Quarterback Enjoys Sushi

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Bob Dylan sells all his music ... Rudy Giuliani is hospitalized ... Profiles of celebrity preachers tend to end in the same place ... ESPN inks three-year deal with American Kennel Club ... Arrest made in Tom Brady break-in ... Clickhole is the gift that keeps giving ... Miami Herald masthead change ... Airbnb IPO rising ... James Harden is not sorry for partying ... Judges keep adding to the Trump campaign's losing record ... More cuts to the written word at Disney ... This all seems legit ... Would like a Ford Bronco about now ... Rashida Jones to replace Phil Griffin at MSNBC ... New mystery illness in India ...

The 2020 Sports Media Awards. [The Big Lead]

Would you watch a George Lopez drama? [Variety]

Michigan and Jim Harbaugh are in a fluid situation. [The Athletic]

Lolo Jones is going to be on The Challenge. Oh wow. [For The Win]

College QB apologizes for eating sushi off nude model on Bravo. [Yahoo Sports]

Alex Smith's leg was gushing blood and it didn't matter. [Washington Times]

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