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THE MOST RECENT season of Dancing with the Stars ended on May 22, with free-agent running back Rashad Jennings (left, with Emma Slater), beating retired Cubs catcher David Ross and Normani Kordei of the girl band Fifth Harmony in a three-way showdown. NFL players have done well on the show, but how have they stacked up against their rug-cutting rivals from boy or girl bands? The overall record:

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NFL PLAYER

FINISH

SINGER (BAND)

FINISH

Jerry Rice

2nd

Joey McIntyre (NKOTB)

3rd

Emmitt Smith

1st

Joey Fatone (NSYNC)

2nd

Jason Taylor

2nd

Marie Osmond (The Osmonds)

3rd

Warren Sapp

2nd

Lance Bass (NSYNC)

3rd

Lawrence Taylor

7th

Donny Osmond (The Osmond Bros.)

1st

Michael Irvin

7th

Nicole Scherzinger (Pussycat Dolls)

1st

Chad Ochocinco

4th

Brandy (Immature)

4th

Kurt Warner

5th

Chynna Phillips (Wilson Phillips)

9th

Hines Ward

1st

Wynonna Judd (The Judds)

11th

Donald Driver

1st

James Maslow (Big Time Rush)

4th

Jacoby Jones

3rd

Riker Lynch (R5)

2nd

Keyshawn Johnson

12th

Tamar Braxton (The Braxtons)

5th

Antonio Brown

4th

Nick Carter (Backstreet Boys)

2nd

Calvin Johnson

3rd

Wanyá Morris (Boyz II Men)

4th

Rashad Jennings

1st

Normani Kordei (Fifth Harmony)

3rd

Average finish:

3.67

3.80

THEY SAID IT

"HAVE YOU SEEN THE WEATHER HERE LATELY? I'D RUN FROM IT TOO."

Damon Harrison

Giants defensive tackle, speculating on why wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. stayed in California instead of attending OTAs during a cool, rainy May in New Jersey.

SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE

Homer Simpson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame to mark the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons' "Homer at the Bat" episode.