KGO-TV in San Francisco: Police obtained a warrant to search the San Jose home of 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald after receiving a call from a local area hospital who was treating a possible sexual assault victim.

Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray took part in individual drills today, less than 48 hours after having surgery to repair a broken bone in his left hand.

Panthers QB Cam Newton returned to the team, eight days after flipping his truck and suffering two fractures in his back. Newton worked out with the second team, while Derek Anderson practiced with the starters.

The Patriots have placed rookie defensive lineman & first round pick Dominique Easley on season-ending injured reserve because of lingering knee soreness.

The Chargers will remain in San Diego at least one more season, choosing not to exercise the termination clause in their lease with Qualcomm Stadium.

West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck will leave the Mountaineers, accepting a position with the NCAA as executive vice president of regulatory affairs.

Orioles slugger Chris Davis has received clearance from Major League Baseball to use Adderall for the 2015 season, according to skipper Buck Showalter. Davis was suspended 25 games in September for testing positive for amphetamines.

The Seattle Mariners have acquired OF Justin Ruggiano from the Cubs for RHP prospect Matt Brazis.

The Grizzlies beat the Warriors 105-98. Golden State’s 16 game winning streak was snapped. Memphis improves to 20-4 with the win. The Warriors fell to 21-3 with the loss.

Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker, the 2nd overall pick in this year’s draft, will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn A-C-L in his left knee on Monday.

5 Top 25 teams were in action with all 5 winning. #11 Wichita State narrowly avoided an upset with a 53-52 win over Alabama.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he is unsure of the status of star running back DeMarco Murray for Sunday. He expects Murray to be a game-time decision.

The Panthers edged the Capitals 2-1 in a shootout. The shooting was the longest in NHL history stretching into the 20th round. Nick Bjugsted scored the game winning goal.

The Maple Leafs rallied to beat the Ducks 6-2. Toronto scored 4 goals in the third period to knock off the top team in the league.


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