Roundup: Raiders and Chargers Exploring Joint LA Stadium; First Aquaman Photo Surfaces; RIP Harris Wittels


The Raiders and Chargers are exploring options on a joint, $1.7 billion, privately-funded stadium in Carson, Calif., if they can’t find new stadiums in Oakland or San Diego. [LA Times]

RIP comedian/writer Harris Wittels. [Variety]

Kobe Bryant really likes Harry Potter. [GQ]

Jayson Werth talks about his five days in prison. [Washington Post]

New York Times writer Oliver Sacks writes on his terminal cancer diagnosis. [NYT]

Bad news for the Rangers: Jurickson Profar needs shoulder surgery, could miss all of 2015. [Dallas Morning News]

How important is the 40-yard dash at the NFL combine? [Yahoo!]

Pablo Sandoval laughs off any critics of his weight from a Spring Training photo earlier this week. [ESPN Boston]

Former NFL lineman Jeff Zgonina wants to win the Westminster Dog Show. [WSJ]

Unofficially, this is the longest thing ever written about Super Smash Bros. [Grantland]

Strange premise: Soviet-born American writer decides to spend a week watching Russian television from a luxury New York hotel suite. [NYT Mag]

Here’s a review of five shitty Nic Cage movies that are on Netflix, or something. [The Toast]

Cage also appears right at the beginning of this profile on Carrot Top. [Esquire]

Thank you Internet: An extensive history of “Whoomp (There It Is)” in professional wrestling. [With Spandex]

Comedy is in the news lately (i.e. SNL). Here’s a reprinted 1981 Esquire article about the life and death of Doug Kenney, who wrote Animal House and Caddyshack. [Daily Beast]

Here’s 40 ‘unheralded’ SNL sketches worth exploring on a Friday. [Splitsider]

Breaking down Michael Keaton’s 1980s filmography.. [Uproxx]

This guy caught a 1,058 pound marlin. [BroBible]

New international trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road movie.

Hero dachshund!

This guy had a lot of time on his hands.

An old SI Swimsuit video featuring Jessica Gomes.

Father John Misty.