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Meet Canada's Stephanie Branton, who is also Playboy's Miss September 2014, and our guest on this week's episode. Plus, College Football Hall of Famer from the Dallas Cowboys Lee Roy Jordan, and former Minnesota Vikings Center Mick Tingelhoff, who is a finalist for the Hall of Fame Class of 2015.

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Sports and Torts: Miss September Stephanie Branton

Elliott talks with the Canadian Beauty about her Playmate experience, and fun summer at the Mansion with Hef.

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Sports and Torts: Lee Roy Jordan

Cowboys fans will remember Mr. Jordan as a key member of the famed Doomsday Defense, playing linebacker alongside Chuck Howley and Dave Edwards. More than 25 years after his retirement, Jordan still ranks second in Cowboys' history in career solo tackles with 743, second in career assisted tackles with 493 and second in combined total tackles with 1,236.
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Sports and Torts: Mick Tingelhoff

Tingelhoff was one of 10 players to have played in all four Vikings Super Bowl appearances in the 1970s, and is generally considered the best center of his era. At the moment of his retirement he had started in the 2nd most consecutive games (240 games) in NFL history behind teammate Jim Marshall (270). He is a Hall of Fame nominee for the class of 2015
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Stephanie Branton
Canadian Playmate Stephanie Branton is Playboy’s Miss September 2014. The blonde beauty grew up on the scenic island of Newfoundland, following in the footsteps of fellow Newfie Playmates Shannon Tweed and Danielle House. The lack of opportunities for a modeling career in her hometown pushed Branton to make the move to Toronto, where she began quite a career for herself. She modeled for print, shot commercials and appeared in music videos. The future Playmate got her break when she landed a gig at a Playboy Golf event and was approached by casting directors. They asked if she was already a Playmate, and when they found out she wasn’t they told her she should pose for photographer Josh Ryan in Los Angeles. Branton jumped on the opportunity. She packed up her life in Canada and made her way to Los Angeles to see what Playboy had in store for her. Branton started off as a Coed for Playboy, shooting several pictorials and videos. She was featured in Playboy’s “Northern Star” series with other Canadian Playboy models and Playmates. It didn’t take long for Branton to be made Miss September 2014, and she said she couldn’t be more excited to join the Playmate family.

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Lee Roy Jordan
n fourteen years as a Dallas Cowboy, Lee Roy Jordan competed in three Super Bowls, was named All-Pro twice and participated in the Pro Bowl four times. As a member of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, the National College Hall of Fame, and the Senior Bowl Hall of Fame, Lee Roy was also inducted into the Dallas Cowboy Ring of Honor in 1990. After a successful career in football, Lee Roy purchased "Redwood Lumber Company of Dallas", the largest exclusive dealer of redwood in the southwest that began in 1952. In 1977, after the purchase, the name was changed to "Lee Roy Jordan Redwood Lumber Company".

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Mick Tingelhoff
Tingelhoff attended the University of Nebraska. He earned three letters during his football career there, but did not become a starter until his senior season in 1961. Mick was a co-captain of that 1961 team, which had its biggest offensive output in over five seasons. Tingelhoff participated in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama and in the All-American Bowl after the regular season was over.

fter graduating from Nebraska, Tingelhoff entered the 1962 NFL Draft but was not drafted and instead signed with the Minnesota Vikings as a free agent in 1962. He became their starting center during his rookie season and held that spot until he retired in 1978. He was an AP First Team All-Pro selection for the first of five times in 1964 and also began a streak of six straight Pro Bowl appearances (1964–1969) that season. In 1967, he was named First Team All-Pro by Newspaper Enterprise Association and UPI and Second Team All-Pro by the AP. In 1969, he was named the NFL's Top Offensive Lineman of the Year by the 1,000-Yard Club in Columbus, Ohio. In 1970, he was named First Team All-Pro by both the PFWA and Pro Football Weekly. He was also named Second Team All-Pro by Newspaper Enterprise Association. He was named First Team All-NFC for that season by the AP.

Tingelhoff was one of 10 players to have played in all four Vikings Super Bowl appearances in the 1970s, and is generally considered the best center of his era. At the moment of his retirement he had started in the 2nd most consecutive games (240 games) in NFL history behind teammate Jim Marshall (270). He was inducted into the Vikings Ring of Honor in 2001 and has had his #53 retired by the franchise. He is also a member of the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame but, surprisingly, has not yet been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2011, Tinglehoff was named as that year's recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Legends Award. The award was presented to him during the 12th Annual Rimington Trophy Presentation banquet on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at the Rococo Theatre in Lincoln, Nebraska.[3] He is a Hall of Fame nominee for the class of 2015