5:00 PM: Washington Nationals player Denard Span says about the new physique of teammate Bryce Harper: "He looks like Brian Urlacher out there playing left field."
4:30 PM: Former Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson says he feels bad for never winning a championship for former owner William Clay Ford: "I think many of us that cared knew that we were letting him and the family down. So that's a great disappointment that we share."
4:15 PM: The International Ski Federation has reached a settlement with the family of Nik Zoricic, a Canadian skier who died from injuries suffered at a 2012 World Cup skicross event in Switzerland.
4:00 PM: A 41-year-old fan of Brazilian soccer club Auto Esporte died after falling from the stands while celebrating a goal during Sunday's match against Sousa.
3:30 PM: Led by Randy Moss' daughter Sydney Moss, the Thomas More women's basketball team set a new NCAA Division III tournament scoring record in Saturday's 120-86 win over John Carroll. The Saints advance to the section semifinals where they will play Texas-Tyler on Friday.
3:00 PM: The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Easton, Pennsylvania school district after their ban on "I (heart) Boobies!" bracelets was struck down. The bracelets are distributed by a non-profit breast cancer awareness foundation.
2:45 PM: Chicago Bears backup QB Jordan Palmer said about signing a one-year deal with the team: "It is where I want to be. It's the best staff I have been around, great city, great fan base. I am really excited."
2:30 PM: Police in Akron, Ohio are investigating claims that a truck & SUV were street racing late Sunday night before the truck crashed into another car, causing a truck passenger to have his arm amputated after the accident.
2:15 PM: Via Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune, Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles said that people used to compare his team to the Chicago Cubs in that there was "just no way" the Huskers would win. Nebraska defeated Wisconsin 77-68 Sunday to finish their regular season 19-11.
2:00 PM: Massachusetts state officials on Monday announced security measures for this year's Boston Marathon, such as establishing security checkpoints along the route and discouraging spectators from bringing backpacks & other containers.
1:30 PM: Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer & Tennessee football coach Butch Jones have been named co-grand marshals for Sunday's Food City 500 NASCAR race at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
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