3:15 PM: U.S. hockey player Justin Abdelkader has been banned three games from the 2015 IIHF World Championships for his hit to the head of Czech Republic player Vladimir Sobotka during this year's Championships.
3:00 PM: Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson said he suffered a strained right hamstring during Tuesday's practice: "I just got a little tight, it was just a precaution. We're going to go in and see what's what. Just from the feeling of it, it's not anything bad."
2:30 PM: Ted Wells, who provided a report to the NFL earlier this year about bullying in the Miami Dolphins' locker room, is joining the Minnesota Vikings' legal team in preparation of a possible lawsuit filed by former punter Chris Kluwe.
2:15 PM: Norman police have released the 911 call from Pickleman's Gourmet Cafe where Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon allegedly punched a woman. The caller said in the call: "Some girl just got clocked in the face."
2:00 PM: The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that during a recent bachelor party at the Del Mar horse racing track, some male attendees placed bets and exposed themselves to see who had the biggest penis.
1:30 PM: Tulsa football coach Bill Blankenship said about the Golden Hurricane being picked to finish last in the American Athletic Conference: "I actually thought that was an alphabetical listing when I first saw it."
1:00 PM: A suspected child molester who was recently featured on a CNN fugitive show died in a shootout with police in a smoke shop in New York City's Greenwich Village on Monday. Charles Modzir wounded three officers before he was killed.
12:45 PM: Donald Trump said his chances on winning the bid to buy the Buffalo Bills is "very, very unlikely": "Because I'm not going to do something totally stupid - maybe just a little bit stupid, but not totally stupid." All bids on the Bills are due at 5 pm ET today.
12:00 PM: Derek Jeter reached his 3,420th career hit during Monday's game against the Texas Rangers, moving past Carl Yastrzemski to 7th on the all-time MLB list.
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