Patrick Willis Took An Internship WIth Infinity Ward, The Makers of Call of Duty: Ghosts [Video]

SportsNation ESPN recently released a comedic video of San Francisco 49ers star linebacker, Patrick Willis interning at Infinity Ward Studios. In it, Willis does voice acting—where he throws in a pigskin-esque twist to military jargon. In addition, Willis dons a suit where he participates in some cutting edge motion capture technology. Ironically, his suit is black and teal—something that, when he was simulating getting killed, felt like something of an allusion to the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2013 NFL Season.

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Baseball’s First All-Black Lineup

As Pittsburgh Pirates manager Danny Murtaugh made out the lineup for the game on September 1, 1971, he wasn’t thinking about anything in particular. It was to be a night game vs. the Philadelphia Phillies at home for the Pirates, in their new ballpark, Three Rivers Stadium. Related

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