8:45 PM: Buddy Anderson of Vestavia Hills became the all-time winningest coach in Alabama high school football history Friday night, as the Rebels defeated Hewitt-Trussville 14-3 to give Anderson his 310th career victory.
8:30 PM: Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News-Tribune reports that nobody at Pete Carroll's Monday press conference mentioned that the Seattle Seahawks coach turned 63 years old today. The Seahawks lost to the San Diego Chargers 30-21 the day before.
8:15 PM: San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said about the opening night crowd at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night: "I noticed, at times, it was good and loud, yeah. A lot of times, it could be improved."
7:30 PM: Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is out for the season after suffering a ruptured right triceps during Sunday's win over the San Francisco 49ers.
6:45 PM: The Sacramento Bee reports Mayor Kevin Johnson is bringing back his team of strategists that helped keep the Kings in town for a new effort to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to the city.
6:30 PM: Arizona State football coach Todd Graham & his wife Penni donated $500,000 toward a new stadium for the Sun Devils, while ASU athletic director Ray Anderson & his wife also donated $500,000 toward the project.
6:00 PM: A man wanted for a bank robbery in Woodstock, New York was arrested in Eugene, Oregon on Sunday while he was competing in an Ultimate Frisbee tournament.
5:45 PM: Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that QB Robert Griffin III will not need surgery on his dislocated left ankle and that Griffin could return later this season.
5:30 PM: With a new home stadium that won't be ready until 2016, Gibraltar's Euro 2016 soccer team is considering moving its current "home" games from Portugal to London due to tax issues & security problems.
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