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3:15 PM: Nacogdoches (Texas) High School football player Jaylon Lane was arrested on criminal mischief charges for throwing a calculator at a teacher & overturning desks during a confrontation in the classroom last week.

3:00 PM: Three teens in Bay Village, Ohio were sentenced to do community service & write letters of apology to a 15-year-old autistic boy who the teens dumped urine, tobacco & spit on in a fake ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

2:45 PM: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel was reportedly involved in a fight at a downtown apartment complex Friday night when a Browns fan approached Manziel and wanted to give him a hug.

2:30 PM: Houston Texans QB Ryan Mallett is reportedly out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn right pectoral muscle in Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

2:15 PM: David Staral Jr., the former owner of the Chicago Rush Arena Football League team, was arrested on federal bankruptcy & wire fraud charges on Monday.

2:00 PM: ESPN college football reporter Samantha Ponder tweets a photo of her baby recreating Odell Beckham Jr's catch from Sunday night.

1:45 PM: Receiver Eric Decker says about playing for the struggling New York Jets: "You wake up and you got a decision if you want to get better or if you just want to get through the day. This is my job. So I'm not going to just go through the motions and be that guy. I'm going to try to get better every day. That's what professionals do."

1:30 PM: North Carolina football players damaged the visitors' locker room at Wallace Wade Stadium with spray paint following Thursday's 45-20 win over Duke. Tar Heels coach Larry Fedora & AD Bubba Cunningham issued apologies while UNC agreed to pay to fix the damages.

1:15 PM: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said about Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola making a low cut block on the last kneel-down of Sunday's game: "I'm sure there was a lot of frustration there from Raiola, that was obvious. Never beaten us."

1:00 PM: The New Orleans Pelicans say guard Eric Gordon is out indefinitely with a left shoulder injury.

12:45 PM: It was ten years ago that the annual Clemson-South Carolina football game ended in a bench-clearing brawl at Clemson's Memorial Stadium. The game turned out to be Lou Holtz's last as Gamecocks coach while both teams were banned from the post-season.

12:30 PM: A moose died after crashing through the windshield of a van that was traveling on a road near Ashland, Maine Sunday night. The van's driver managed to escape any serious injury.

12:15 PM: Former NHL player, coach & general manager Pat Quinn died Sunday night at the age of 71 after a long illness.

12:00 PM: Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah said about facing Alabama in Tuscaloosa next Saturday: "Their fans are going to be nasty. I don't know what they're going to be saying or doing but I know little kids flip you off sometimes. I guarantee all little 5-year-olds are going to be saying something toward us."

11:30 AM: Former Texas A&M and L.A. Rams linebacker Larry Kelm died in a hunting accident over the weekend.

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