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11:30 AM: The New York Daily News reports that Aliana Tsarnaev, sister of Boston Marathon bombing suspects Dzohkhar & Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was arrested for allegedly threatening to "put a bomb" on her boyfriend's previous girlfriend.

11:15 AM: Carolina Panthers QB Derek Anderson did not fly with the team to Pittsburgh on Wednesday as his wife gave birth to the couple's first child that night. But Anderson plans to rejoin the team for tonight's preseason game against the Steelers.

11:00 AM: After being suspended for a year for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon might consider playing in the Canadian Football League for the rest of the season.

10:45 AM: While Oakland A's players did some pre-game stretching Wednesday, Houston Astros mascot Orbit put up a sign next to them reading: "Kitten lovers meeting in progress"

10:30 AM: Edor Nelson, a former football & baseball coach at Augsburg College in Minnesota, died Wednesday at the age of 100. Nelson was also a World War II veteran who managed to escape a German POW camp in Poland.

10:15 AM: Before Wednesday's game the Minneapolis South High School football team paid tribute to Sha-kym Adams, a 15-year-old receiver who drowned in a post-practice swimming accident a few weeks ago.

10:00 AM: reports no arrests have yet been made in last week's stabbing death of Kermy Amparo-Berroa, a 22-year-old former West New York Memorial High School basketball player.

8:00 PM: Desmond Hague, CEO of stadium food vendor Centerplate, has been placed on indefinite probation by his company after being caught on camera abusing a dog in an apartment complex elevator.

7:45 PM: Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado underwent ACL surgery on his right knee on Wednesday and is expected to be back by next season's spring training.

7:30 PM: Former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling missed a deadline to petition the California Supreme Court to review his rejected challenge to the team's sale to Steve Ballmer.

7:15 PM: A former Weber State football player was one of two people arrested for breaking into & robbing a bakery & several cars in Highland, Utah.

7:00 PM: Four North Carolina football players have been suspended from Saturday's game against Liberty a day after reports of a hazing incident left a Tar Heels receiver with a concussion.

6:45 PM: USC football coach Steve Sarkisian announced on Wednesday that Trojans cornerback Josh Shaw has been indefinitely suspended after Shaw admitted that he made up his story of saving his nephew from drowning.

6:30 PM: St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher is upset with ESPN over Josina Anderson's report on Michael Sam's showering habits: "I think it's unethical. I think it's very, very unprofessional. Not only the piece itself, the content. The manner in which she did it."

6:15 PM: The city of Sparks, Nevada has told an Amarillo, Texas barbecue restaurant that it cannot bring its 20-foot inflatable armadillo to a rib cook-off this weekend.

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