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Irina Shayk Interview, Sal Alosi's Replacement, And Josh Smith's Watchability: Around The Perimeter

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SPORTS: Spencer Hall interviewed 2011 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model Irina Shayk about Kanye West and other things, but all things are other things compared to Kanye West, who convinced a world champion supermodel to refer to his music videos as "moving art" even when he's not around.

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Falcons: The New York Jets have hired Atlanta Falcons strength and conditioning coach Bill Hughan to replace Sal Alosi. You may remember Alosi, who got the idea to stick his leg out and trip a Miami Dolphins player all by himself and was absolutely not told to do so by anyone who ranked any higher in the coaching staff. No sir, the guy who got caught tripping that player just happened to be the mastermind of the whole thing. Amazing!

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NFC South: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman has said he'll start his own minicamp if there's a lockout. Obviously you're going to need to read Jon Bois' version of this event.

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Also, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is going to have to do as the lockout's official villain, whether he likes it or -- no, he would totally love that idea.

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Braves: Get a look at each MLB team's new batting practice jerseys as you enjoy Royals Review's insanely detailed ranking of each team according to how many successful prospects they produce.

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Hawks: Blake Griffin is the NBA's most watchable player, with Josh Smith ranking No. 30. Where's Zaza Pachulia rank though?

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This has been your daily-ish circling of the Atlanta sports blogosphere and more. If you have anything that belongs here next time, holler. To ride with us again tomorrow or so, follow @SBNAtlanta on Twitter.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.