SbB LIVE FROM LA (Aug 30, 2014 @ 3:19pm ET)
4:30 PM: Cornerback Dimitri Patterson has been released by the New York Jets after going missing from practice this week.
4:15 PM: The St. Louis Rams have reportedly released defensive end Michael Sam but he could still return to the team's practice squad.
4:00 PM: Defending FCS champion North Dakota State defeated Iowa State 34-14 on Saturday for the Bison's fifth consecutive victory over an FBS team.
3:45 PM: San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith issued a statement through the NFLPA apologizing for his nine-game suspension. Smith will still be allowed to work out & attend meetings with the team.
3:30 PM: San Jose (California) High School track coach Francisco Lopez was arrested Friday on charges of having sex with a minor.
3:15 PM: The Buffalo Bills have signed QB Kyle Orton to a one-year deal with an option for 2015. Orton previously played for the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos & Chicago Bears.
3:00 PM: Maria Sharapova defeated Sabine Lisicki 6-2, 6-4 Friday night to extend her U.S. Open night match record to 18-0.
2:45 PM: Offensive lineman & NFLPA president Eric Winston has been cut by the Seattle Seahawks.
2:30 PM: Former Pittsburgh Steelers & Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison announced his retirement Saturday after 11 NFL seasons.
2:15 PM: Texas Tech has signed football coach Kliff Kingsbury to a contract extension through the 2020 season.
2:00 PM: Awful Announcing reports that Yahoo Sports NHL blogger Harrison Mooney was fired after he was accused of sexually harassing women through texts and Twitter messages.
1:45 PM: Maryland receiver Levern Jacobs & safety A.J. Hendy have been suspended for the 2014 season after being involved in an assault last month.
1:30 PM: James Franklin won his first game as Penn State coach as the Nittany Lions defeated Central Florida 26-24 Saturday in Dublin, Ireland.
1:15 PM: A Friday night Ohio high school football game between Garfield Heights & Collinwood was called off in the 3rd quarter after fights broke out on the field & in the stands.
1:00 PM: UTSA defeated Houston 27-7 Friday night to move to 4-0 in season openers since starting their football program in 2011.