It was only last week that Yankees captain Derek Jeter was on the top of the world at the ticker tape parade celebrating the team's 27th—and his fifth—World Series win. But today the Post has him on its cover, looking pretty raggedy. Why?

It turns out that Jeter was simply filming a bit part in the upcoming Will Ferrell-Mark Wahlberg movie, The Other Guys, at Nathan's in Coney Island. According to the Post, "In the comedy, Ferrell and notorious Red Sox fan Mark Wahlberg play cops who spend their careers as desk jockeys. The two are permanently benched after Wahlberg's character wrongly shoots Jeter in the leg after seeing him walking around with a bat, sources said. The scene shot at Nathan's takes place years later, when a down-on-his-luck Jeter -- wearing a filthy hobo's jacket and sporting stringy gray hair -- encounters the crime-fighting duo." (Here's another photo.) In sort of actual Jeter news, he is waiting for his contract extension and can add a Silver Slugger award to his Golden Glove award.

And it was a slow news day—the cover of rival tabloid the Daily News is Cindy Crawford, who was victim of a pretty sick extortion attempt (a former nanny's ex stole a photograph that the nanny took of Crawford's young daughter bound and gagged—allegedly from playing cops and robbers—and demanded $100,000).