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Chelsea FC began its four-game U.S. exhibition tour (#CFCTour) with a 4-2 victory over the Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink Field Wednesday. Chelsea's next game comes against Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday at Yankee Stadium in New York.

Before Wednesday's game, few players from Chelsea tried their hand at fish-catching at Pike Place Fish Market. Just imagine if they could use their feet:

Up next, the weather report brought to you by Dhani Jones:

From Dhani Jones via Instagram

Happy birthday today to Jon Jones. UFC fans have their own wish - a fight with Anderson Silva.

Chad Johnson put on a dog show of sorts on Twitter, telling his followers he was looking for pitbull to purchase in Los Angeles to take back to Miami. He got this response:

The Dolphins wide receiver later posted this photo of the five pooches that belong to his wife. Johnson said the two mastiffs he used to own now belong to Edgerrin James and needs a big dog or two to call his own:

From Chad Ochocinco via Lockerz

Apparently, Johnson’s social media efforts have not gone unnoticed:

Not every football player has embraced the entire social media spectrum. Rob Gronkowski having trouble figuring out Instagram. Imagine what he would say if he knew the company recently sold for a $1 billion?

Not all the fancy moves were made during the NBA playoffs. Check out these fakes by Memphis' Jeremy Pargo, who works two amazing crossovers before dishing off to Mitchell Watt for an easy two points in the Grizzles' summer-league game against the Wizards in Las Vegas. (You Tube via Buzzfeed):

Chandler Parsons wasn't shy about making himself and his Florida Gators the focus of this interview with Rockets teammates Josh Harrellson and Patrick Patterson during a break in the action at the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

Now that he's back in Houston, what is Jeremy Lin's biggest concern? Finding his next victim:

Meanwhile, back in Gotham ... Knicks fans had to stomach this tweet from Golden State's Nate Robinson poking fun at the face that Raymond Felton is the Knicks new point guard, a position Robinson once played in New York:

Ding. Ding. Mariano Rivera got trading started on Wall Street by ringing the opening bell at the NY Stock Exchange:

Webb Simpson skipped the British Open because he awaiting the birth of his second child. But he did manage to squeeze in a baseball game:

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