Too soon for Tiger Woods cover?

Check out the cover of the latest issue of ESPN The Magazine:

The news of Woods’ repeated infidelity and subsequent stint in a rehab clinic for sex addition broke less than a year ago and since then Woods has attempted to rehab his image.

But I think the words “NOBODY’S PERFECT” next to a shot of Tiger looking off into the distance with the sun rising behind him like he’s Jesus or something is a little inappropriate. The phrase “nobody’s perfect” is good for a husband to use when he forgets to take the trash out or when he rips a stinky fart but can’t blame the dog because it’s not in the room.

I realize that the cover and story about an athlete’s quest for perfection, but the image of Tiger still brings to mind scandal, and that’s not going to change for a while.

So what do you think? Appropriate or inappropriate?

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Tiger on the road to divorce?

I guess this still qualifies as news…

TMZ has learned Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren are trying to strike agreements on child custody and division of assets … and then quietly and quickly file divorce papers to end their marriage.

Boy, this came from out of left field. Wait, no it didn’t. Did anyone really think that the couple would put Tiger’s infidelity behind them and stay married?

Guys Night Out

Tiger Woods’ ESPN interview [video]

This was all over the Worldwide Leader yesterday, but in case you missed it…

Olbermann/Simmons feud goes on

More than a few people took exception to Bill Simmons’ decision to compare Tiger Woods’ upcoming comeback to that of Muhammad Ali, and Olbermann is one of them. The two are having a Twitter/blog war.

Deadspin has the details.

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