SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 12, 2014 @ 10:32am ET)
11:15 AM: The Atlanta Falcons officially released tight end Tony Gonzalez on Tuesday. Gonzalez will be working next season as an NFL analyst for CBS.
11:00 AM: Martinsburg (West Virginia) High School QB Malique Watkins was arrested for having iPhone video of a 17-year-old having sex with a 19-year-old. Watkins was charges with possessing sexually explicit material involving a juvenile.
10:45 AM: Washington state senator Mike Baumgartner has proposed legislation that would make the University of Washington & Gonzaga play each other in basketball every year.
10:30 AM: The New York Post reports Phil Jackson has agreed in principle to become the Knicks' new president of basketball operations.
10:15 AM: Patrick McCaffery, the 13-year-old son of Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery, has been diagnosed with a tumor on his thyroid gland and will undergo surgery on March 19.
10:00 AM: Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, who accused teammate Richie Incognito of bullying, has been traded to the San Francisco 49ers for an undisclosed draft pick.
9:00 PM: During a soccer match against Nuremberg, Werder Bremen captain Aaron Hunt told the referee not to award him a penalty kick after he admitted he fell down on his own: "I struggled with myself a bit, but we don't want to win any games like that, even if we are in a relegation battle."
8:45 PM: Former Detroit Red Wings player Jiri Fischer, who suffered cardiac arrest during a 2005 game, said he has reached out to Rich Peverley after the Dallas Stars player suffered the same situation Monday night.
8:30 PM: Running back Darren Sproles reacts to news that the New Orleans Saints might trade him instead of release him: "The stuff u find out on twitter"
8:15 PM: The Valhalla Golf Club near Louisville has been named one of the seven inductees for the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
8:00 PM: The Chicago Bears have released defensive end Julius Peppers, which frees up $9.8 million in salary cap space for the team.
7:45 PM: Global News reports the body of missing Saginaw Spirit hockey player Terry Trafford was found in his pickup parked near a local Wal-Mart on Tuesday. Trafford's father said that Terry was recently kicked off the team after being caught smoking marijuana.
7:30 PM: Former San Francisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner tweeted after signing with the Cleveland Browns: "My time in San Fran will always be cherished! I love everything about the place. I left my heart and soul out there each and every week."
7:15 PM: Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker has been suspended one game by the NBA for elbowing L.A. Clippers player Blake Griffin in the chin during Monday's game.
7:00 PM: Former East Los Angeles Esteban Torres High School girls' junior varsity volleyball coach Jonathan Adam Roldan pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges of having sex with two 15-year-old girls.