8:30 PM: Romania Insider reports that Simona Halep will play in an exhibition tennis match against newly elected Romanian president Klaus Iohannis sometime next year.
8:15 PM: A 24-year-old man in Portland, Oregon was arrested Monday night on theft & mischief charges for letting loose several police horses from their stables. All the horses were recovered but two horses had suffered minor leg injuries.
8:00 PM: Lincoln (Pennsylvania) University president Robert R. Jennings resigned Monday amid criticism from his remarks at a women's forum last September. Jennings said that men treat women "the way women allow us to treat them" and "we will use you up if you allow us to use you up."
7:45 PM: Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola said on Tuesday that the NFL did not fine him for his low cut block on New England Patriots defensive tackle Zach Moore on the final play of Sunday's game.
7:30 PM: Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday that Troy Polamalu & Ike Taylor are expected to be back Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Polamalu missed the last two games with a sprained knee while Taylor missed the last eight with a broken arm.
7:15 PM: The Vancouver Canucks announce that for the rest of the season they will be wearing a special helmet decal in honor of Pat Quinn, the former Canucks coach & GM who died Monday at the age of 71.
6:45 PM: After heavy snow caused their home game against the Jets to be moved to Detroit, Buffalo Bills president Russ Brandon said on Tuesday that Ralph Wilson Stadium will be ready to host the Cleveland Browns next Sunday.
6:00 PM: Louisiana State Police says hunters who park their vehicles on the side of interstate highways to get closer to better hunting grounds are breaking the law & will have their vehicles towed at the hunter's expense.
5:45 PM: The University of Iowa says it will not identify the man who was removed from a Kinnick Stadium luxury suite after yelling at Hawkeyes offensive coordinator Greg Davis during halftime of Saturday's game against Wisconsin.
5:00 PM: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers told the "idiot trolls" on Tuesday that he wasn't dissing the Minnesota Vikings by drinking a purple Crush following Sunday's game. Rodgers explained that a Crush and a peanut butter & jelly sandwich has been his post-game snack for the past seven years.
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