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Miss March and the Class of 2015
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This week's Sports and Torts features the beautiful Chelsie Aryn who is Playboy's Playmate for March 2015. We're also honored to welcome two men who will be enshrined in Canton later this summer - Raiders Wide Receiver Tim Brown and Niners and Cowboys Defensive End Charles Haley.

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Episode Segments:
Sports and Torts: Miss March Chelsie Aryn
Chelsie Aryn is the Playmate of the Month for March 2015. The brunette beauty of Japanese and German descent grew up in a small town in upstate New York. She talks to David and Elliott about her modeling career and her Playboy experience.

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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Charles Haley
A versatile defensive player, Haley began his career as a specialty outside linebacker, eventually progressing to pass-rusher and finally full-fledged defensive end. The only player in NFL history to have been on five Super Bowl-winning teams, Haley was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2011 and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Tim Brown
Tim Brown won the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame and starred in the NFL for seventeen seasons. He left the game as a Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders legend and one of the most respected men in sports. And finally this summer, he joins the ranks of the all-time greats in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Chelsie Aryn
The brunette beauty of Japanese and German descent grew up in a small town in upstate New York. She says she was a classic rural girl listening to country music and obsessing over vintage cars and motorcycles. She says she was shy and awkward as a kid but learned to grow out of her shell with help from her high school cheerleading coaches.

After high school Chelsie wanted to go to college and study early childhood education. Her teachers and parents told her to pursue modeling because she could always go back to school later in life, but her body wouldn’t stay the same as her 18-year-old self. She had always been interested in the profession throughout her life. Her mother loved photography and used Chelsie as her subject. As a teenager, she began uploading pictures to MySpace and began growing a following.

Before appearing in the magazine Chelsie won Playboy’s Miss Social contest in March 2011, although she never intended to enter it. While voting for one of her friends who entered, she filled out a survey thinking it was to create a profile. She ended up moving on to the next round without realizing she was even competing for anything. She ended up going to Florida and the Dominican Republic without access to the Internet during the finals and still won the contest, even though she had no ability to promote herself on social media. It takes a special kind of girl to win a beauty contest without even trying.

Winning Miss Social opened a lot of doors for Chelsie. Ever since she was 13 she wanted to be a Playmate. ” Besides Playboy, she’s also appeared in Super Street Bikes, Cookie for Him and NY Rider.

In her free time Chelsie loves working on DIY crafts. She also says she’s a homebody and prefers snuggling up on a couch watching TV rather than going out.

Chelsie on Instagram

Chelsie on Twitter

Tim Brown
Tim Brown is one of the greatest wide receivers to ever play in the National Football League. As Notre Dame's Heisman Trophy winner in 1987, the first wide receiver to ever win the award, Tim was selected sixth overall by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1988 NFL Draft. He would go on to play sixteen seasons for the Raiders, earning nine Pro Bowl selections and setting numerous team and league records. Since the end of his playing career, Tim has gone on to serve as a television analyst for Fox Sports, NBC and Sirius XM Satellite radio. He has devoted his time and efforts to numerous charitable causes including the 9-1-1 For Kids, the President's Physical Fitness Council, and various Christian-based organizations like Urban Faith in Chicago. Currently, Tim is a college football analyst for ESPN, as well as a co-host on a Dallas CBS affiliate. He continues to be involved in business and charity ventures. He and his wife, Sherice, have four children.

Tim's Website

Tim on Twitter

Charles Haley
Haley was a starter for the James Madison Dukes during his entire college career (1982–1985). He was a two-time All-American and finished his career as the school's leading tackler with 506 stops. Haley is a member of the Xi Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha at James Madison.

Haley joined the San Francisco 49ers in 1986 and led all rookies with 12 sacks, being voted All-Rookie by Pro Football Weekly and United Press International. The following year he again played a designated pass rusher role, coming into the game in likely passing situations. In 1988 he became a starter at left outside linebacker for the 49ers and held that spot through 1991. As he had in his first two seasons, Haley was a pass rusher in passing situations for the 49ers. In 1990 Haley was voted the UPI NFC Defensive Player of the Year and was a consensus All-Pro. While with the 49ers from 1986 to 1991, he played on the Super Bowl XXIII and Super Bowl XXIV championship teams. After a trade to Dallas he returned to the 49ers at the end of 1998 and played the 1999 season with them before retiring.

Haley was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in the 1992 off-season after having had a personal conflict with 49ers head coach George Seifert and a physical confrontation with quarterback Steve Young. Playing right defensive end in the Cowboys 4–3 defense Haley won a second UPI NFC Defensive Player of the Year Award and was a consensus All-Pro once again. Although injuries would force an early temporary retirement in 1996, he briefly resurfaced for the 1998 playoffs to aid the 49ers, and played for them in 1999. Retired for good after that, he became an assistant defensive coach for the Detroit Lions. In his 12 NFL seasons, Haley recorded 100.5 quarterback sacks, two interceptions (nine return yards), and eight fumble recoveries, which he returned for nine yards and a touchdown. He was also selected to play in five Pro Bowls (1988, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995) and was named NFL All-Pro in 1990 and 1994. In his first four seasons in Dallas he was on three Super Bowl winning teams: in 1992 (XXVII), 1993 (XXVIII), and 1995 (XXX). Counting the two he won with San Francisco, Haley is the only player in NFL history to have won five Super Bowl rings.

Haley was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2006, the College Football Hall of Fame in 2011, and the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. He was enshrined into the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor on November 6, 2011.

Charles on Twitter