1:15 PM: Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman tweeted that that the Ravens signing receiver Steve Smith was a "big time pick up" for Baltimore. Meanwhile, Smith said that he doesn't harbor any bad feelings toward his previous Carolina Panthers club.
12:45 PM: New Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Matt Garza says about facing his old Chicago Cubs team this season: "I wish them the best. But I like where I'm at, and I'm going to try to kick their teeth in every time I get a chance."
12:15 PM: Attorneys for the family of Joe Paterno have issued subpoenas against the Big Ten Conference in the family's lawsuit against the NCAA & Penn State. The Paternos want the NCAA to overturn sanctions placed on Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
12:00 PM: Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reports that if the Knicks fire Mike Woodson, he is a top candidate to take the Indiana job if Tom Crean is let go. But IU athletic director Fred Glass said there was "zero truth" to Isola's report.
9:00 PM: Hank, the stray dog who was adopted by the Milwaukee Brewers during their spring training in Phoenix, has been permanently adopted by a Brewers executive and will be moving to his new home on Sunday.
8:45 PM: Tennis coach Michael Mortensen said that he is no longer working for Caroline Wozniacki and that she is working more with her father: "I can't do much more right now. It's better if the two of them continue working alone."
8:15 PM: Atlanta Braves outfielder Jason Heyward on Friday gave all his teammates PlayStation 4 video game consoles to thank them for winning the NL East title last season.
7:30 PM: Cornerback Charles Tillman tweeted on Friday after re-signing with the Chicago Bears: "Well I guess you guys are stuck with me for another year..."
7:00 PM: Sports Business Journal's John Ourand reports the Lakers' loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday had an 0.84 TV rating in Los Angeles, the lowest since the Lakers' last game of the 2004-05 season.
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