11:00 AM: Mike Mulligan of the Chicago Tribune reports that current Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was "bothered" by some of the requests during his 2013 coaching interview with the Bears, such as doing a mock news conference and keeping Rod Marinelli as defensive coordinator.
10:45 AM: Former Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper Bryan Lee pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of forcing female motorists to engage in sexual conduct while they were under arrest or handcuffed.
10:30 AM: Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that former Dolphins QB Dan Marino has been privately tutoring current Dolphins QBs Ryan Tannehill & Matt Moore.
10:00 AM: Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews is reportedly selling his Lakeshore East condo for $2.25 million.
9:00 PM: Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball player with an inoperable brain tumor, has started the #Layup4Lauren challenge. The challenge is to spin around five times & shoot a layup with your non-dominant hand, or donate $10 to cancer research if you miss.
8:45 PM: An online fundraising campaign has been created for John Spinello, the 77-year-old co-creator of the board game "Operation", who needs financial help with his own real-life operation.
8:30 PM: Despite a Facebook spat, the Allentown (PA) School Board has voted to name a football field after Andre Reed. But Reed's brother said the former Buffalo Bills receiver will not be attending Saturday's ceremony due to "all the negative press" surrounding Reed's Facebook-posted comments.
8:15 PM: After his neighborhood association told him to remove his U.S. & POW/MIA flag display from his front yard, a U.S. Army veteran in Greenfield, Indiana will be allowed to keep the display up after all.
7:45 PM: Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, who has been out with an ankle injury, will reportedly start next Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.
7:30 PM: Former Central Bucks High School West (PA) football coach Mike Pettine criticized the cancellation of the team's current season over hazing allegations, calling the decision an "overzealous, knee jerk, over reaction".
7:15 PM: South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier said on Wednesday that the Gamecocks will wear black jerseys for Saturday's game against Tennessee: "Maybe it will put a little inspiration into our guys, who knows. We need something to get us a little more motivated."
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