Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested for DUI in Maryland early this morning. Phelps was also charged with excessive speed after he was pulled for allegedly going 84 in 45 mph zone.
The Oakland Raiders have named offensive line coach Tony Sparano as the team's interim head coach.
The FCC voted unanimously to end the NFL Blackout rule.
The NFL says the officials made an error when they penalized Chiefs DB Husain Abdullah for going to his knees in prayer when he scored last night against New England.
Browns RB Ben Tate returned to practice today after missing 2 weeks with a sprained knee.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said LB Bruce Carter is week to week with a quad strain.
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon issued an apology this morning after QB Shane Morris was allowed to stay in last Saturday’s loss to Minnesota despite suffering a concussion.
The Tigers have set their pitching rotation for the ALDS, as Max Scherzer will start Game 1 on Thursday, followed by Justin Verlander, David Price, and Rick Porcello.
The Oakland Raiders fired head coach Dennis Allen after an 0-4 start to the season. Allen went 8-28 overall in just over 2 seasons as Raiders head coach.
The Chiefs rolled over the Patriots 41-14. Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith threw 3 touchdown passes. New England quarterback Tom Brady threw 2 interceptions and lost a fumble.
Baltimore Sun: The NFL and NFL Players Association have agreed to let a neutral arbitrator hear the appeal of former Ravens running back Ray Rice.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was formally charged with assaulting his wife in July. He is facing charges of felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors.
Kansas City Star: Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, who shot and killed his girlfriend before taking his own life in 2012, was suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Postseason baseball gets underway in Kansas City tonight in Kansas City when the Royals host the Oakland A's at 8 ET. The winner will face the Angels in the ALCS.
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