The Gronk Cruise: You are almost definitely not going to have as much fun as Rob Gronkowski and his family are did this past weekend—unless, of course, you are on the cruise to the Bahamas with the Family Gronk. And in that case, you are probably getting absolutely GRONK CRUNK. Also, BICEPS. [Sports Illustrated]
Daytona 500: Denny Hamlin won the closest race in Daytona history on Sunday, just barely edging Martin Truex Jr. by .01 of a second, or about a foot. A foot. [SB Nation]
Ace: Belgian striker Eden Hazard notched a beauty of a penalty kick for Chelsea this weekend against Manchester City. [VIDEO]
Brains and Brawn: Caterpillar (yes, the company that manufactures earthmovers and bulldozers and such) just introduced its new S60 smartphone, which features FLIR thermal imaging that allows users to "see" in almost complete darkness. With a die-cast steel frame, it's also tough enough to exceed military-grade drop tests. Bonus: Flip a few switches, and it functions perfectly underwater at a depth of up to 16 feet for up to an hour. You know, just in case you simply have to text while snorkeling. [Gizmodo]
Dark Side of the Moon: The Apollo 10 astronauts (Tom Stafford, John Young and Eugene Cernan) heard some creepy "outer space-type music," as they orbited the far side of the moon, according to newly declassified recordings of the Apollo 10 mission played on the Science Channel series NASA's Unexplained Files. And no, it wasn't Pink Floyd. [FOX News]
Copa Groups Announced: The U.S. is in Group A with Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay for the Copa América Centenario 2016, the tournament announced Sunday night.
Suck It, Trebek!: Canadians can no longer apply to Jeopardy!, arguably the most notable game show hosted by a Canadian, because of Canada's anti-spam laws. [Toronto Star]
Well That Was...Fun?: Our March cover man Norman Reedus (a.k.a. Daryl Dixon) got plenty of screen time on Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, but it was Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) who came up big at the end... [WSJ Speakeasy]