Flyers owner Ed Snider had a simple message on the day the NHL lockout ended:
After a long night of talks, the NHL and the union are to return to negotiations _ but not just yet.
A congressman accused the NFL Players Association of "trying to back out" of an agreement to start testing for human growth hormone in pro football.
Accusing the NFL players' union of "trying to back out" of an August 2011 agreement to start checking for human growth hormone, a congressman worried aloud Wednesday that the league will head into next season without a test for the banned drug.
Everyone is upset about the NFL's replacement officials, and the lockout of the NFL Referees' Association has had such a big impact already this season.
Major League Baseball no longer has to worry about having a suspended drug cheat as batting champion.
Melky Cabrera ended the debate over whether a suspended drug cheat should be able to win a batting title. The San Francisco outfielder asked Major League Baseball officials to disqualify him and on Friday they agreed.
Another day, another legal filing in the NFL. This latest one is a whopper, too — bigger than two Albert Haynesworths put together. Nobody's going to come out of this looking very good.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Saints coach Sean Payton and other New Orleans officials suspended for being involved in the team's bounty program will have their appeals heard in the next few days.