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2:30 PM: Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Tandon Doss was arrested on disorderly conduct charges in Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon. But police say they do not plan to file charges against Doss.

2:15 PM: Former NFL receiver Chad Johnson, a.k.a. Chad Ochocinco, has signed with the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.

2:00 PM: Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf is expected to play in Friday's Game 2 against the Dallas Stars. Getzlaf needed stitches after being hit in the face by a slap shot during Wednesday's Game 1 but x-rays came back negative.

1:45 PM: Attorneys for the family of Joe Paterno claim the NCAA is "pointing a gun directly in Penn State's direction" to force the school to fight against the Paternos' lawsuit.

1:30 PM: David Hurd, a contract marching band coach for Colorado's Air Academy High School, was arrested on charges of having sex with a 16-year-old female student.

1:15 PM: A fan of the Greek soccer team PAOK was arrested for dumping a crate of fish on the visiting Olympiakos team's bench before Wednesday's Greek Cup semifinal match.

1:00 PM: During a radio interview Wednesday, Golden State Warriors player Klay Thompson called the L.A. Clippers' Blake Griffin a flopper: "He's kind of like a bull in a china shop, kind of out of control sometimes. And then you do just see him flop sometimes like how can a guy that big and strong flop that much."

12:45 PM: The Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs & Pawtucket Red Sox will be wearing special Allentown police & fire department-themed jerseys for their April 26 game.

12:30 PM: Midnight Hawk, a horse co-owned by Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville, will be running in Saturday's $500,000 Illinois Derby at Hawthorne Race Course in Cicero.

12:15 PM: Phil Luciano of the Peoria Journal Star reports the Chicago Cubs removed 100-year-old fan Louis Reinhart from the team's April 4 Opening Day ceremonies because Reinhart's family arrived 15 minutes late to Wrigley Field.

12:00 PM: Israel's Ynet news reports that Jewish people in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk are being told to "register" with pro-Russian militants there.

11:45 AM: Former NBA player Tracy McGrady made his pitching debut for the Sugar Land Skeeters on Wednesday, giving up one run & three hits in one inning of work in a scrimmage against Alvin Community College.

11:30 AM: Lake Station, Indiana Mayor Keith Soderquist and his wife Deborah have been indicted on federal charges of taking money from the city's food pantry & his re-election campaign and spending it at casinos.

11:15 AM: Philadelphia 76ers sideline reporter Molly Sullivan will be working for TNT as part of their NBA playoff coverage.

11:00 AM: The Oklahoman reports Oklahoma Sooners linebacker Frank Shannon has been accused of sexually assaulting a female student at his off-campus apartment, but Shannon has not yet been charged.

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