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5:45 PM: The NHL announced that Wednesday's scheduled Senators-Maple Leafs game in Ottawa has been postponed due to today's shootings.

5:30 PM: Roger Federer & Grigor Dimitrov are scheduled for an exhibition match at Madison Square Garden on March 10. Federer has played twice before at MSG, against Pete Sampras in 2008 and against Andy Roddick in 2012.

5:15 PM: UFC fighter Chris Weidman made a surprise visit to a pep rally at his old Baldwin High School in New York last Friday.

5:00 PM: The Florida state attorney's office will not pursue charges against Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey or Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey over their alleged involvement in a Miami Beach nightclub fight last July.

4:45 PM: The NFL reportedly sent out an e-mail survey to 2,000 Los Angeles residents about the possibility of bringing a team back to the L.A. area.

4:30 PM: Rutgers receiver Ruhann Peele has a court date next Monday to face simple assault charges over an August 30 arrest.

4:15 PM: Ray Rice has filed a wrongful termination grievance against the Baltimore Ravens for releasing him over his domestic assault case. Rice is seeking $3.5 million that he would have earned with the Ravens this season.

4:00 PM: News 10 San Diego reports University City High School football coach Charles James & his staff are being investigated for alleged hazing and verbal abuse against his players. James & his staff are also accused of encouraging players to bully other players whose parents had made complaints about the abuse.

3:45 PM: Former Buffalo Bills & Indianapolis Colts GM Bill Polian and former Green Bay Packers GM Ron Wolf have been named as finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's new "contributors" category.

3:30 PM: Layla Kiffin, wife of Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, tweeted on Wednesday before Saturday's game at Tennessee: "Knock-knock. Who's there? #Orange. Orange who? Or'ange you glad we're coming back to Knoxville?"

3:15 PM: A new independent report released Wednesday found that the University of North Carolina's Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes allowed athletes to get good grades in non-existent classes.

3:00 PM: An eagle visited the North Bellingham Golf Course in Washington last week, where the bird stole a ball from the 12th hole only to bring it back to the 13th.

2:45 PM: St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Pietranglo got his head shaved by his young niece Ellie, who is undergoing chemotherapy to treat her kidney cancer.

2:30 PM: The Green Bay Packers are looking to tear down a former K-Mart store near Lambeau Field after purchasing the property. The Packers want the store gone before winter in order to save costs on maintenance and security.

2:15 PM: St. Paul Academy in Minnesota had to forfeit its scheduled Tuesday night playoff game as the team only had 14 players available. The Spartans went 0-9 this season and were outscored 448-88.

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