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Denver Broncos rookie cornerback Perrish Cox traveled to Phoenix with his teammates but his playing status Sunday remains undecided following his arrest for investigation of sexual assault.
Memphis forward Wesley Witherspoon, the team's leading scorer, is expected to miss five weeks after having surgery for a right knee cartilage tear.
Rich Ellerson is sponsoring a cadet from Slovenia at West Point, and Thanksgiving only validated what Army's second-year coach has long known.
Kellen Moore's childhood coaches remember him spending his free time scouring the Internet for any information about offensive game plans.
The Boston Red Sox have finished up their one-year deal with catcher Jason Varitek.
The Kansas City Royals will open next season with a completely new outfield.
It's old news in the baseball world, happened a few days ago: Jayson Werth, former Phillies right fielder and free agent, agreed to accept $126 million over seven years to play for the Washington Nationals.
Catcher Wil Nieves has agreed to a $775,000, one-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers.
It didn't take long for the tears to give way to laughter, and that figured, because smiles were never in short supply when Ron Santo was around.