3:30 PM: New Oakland Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck said he felt "disrespected" by the New York Giants' contract offer: "It was like they weren't even trying to get me back. That made my mind up for me."
3:00 PM: Former high school football player turned county prosecutor Phillip Miller helped tackle a drug suspect who ran out of a courtroom & tried to flee the Benton County courthouse in Foley, Minnesota on Thursday.
2:45 PM: West Bromwich Albion soccer player Nicolas Anelka says he has "terminated" his contract with the team. The Football Association banned Anelka for five games & fined him 80,000 pounds (over $133,000) for making an anti-Semitic "quenelle" gesture during a game last December.
2:15 PM: Nicole Auerbach of USA Today reports the ACC is looking to move its basketball tournament to Brooklyn's Barclays Center beginning in 2017. The ACC also hopes to convince the Atlantic 10 to move its tournament out of Barclays by agreeing to a scheduling partnership.
1:45 PM: 18-year-old Fairfield, California resident Joshua Cooper was arrested on child endangerment & aggravated mayhem charges for allegedly biting off his infant son's nose because the baby wouldn't stop crying. The infant also suffered from a skull fracture and brain hemorrhaging.
1:15 PM: Sam Adams beer has pulled its sponsorship from the South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade after parade organizers would not allow gay veterans to march.
1:00 PM: The Cincinnati Bengals announced Friday that they have signed coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year contract extension through the 2015 season.
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