7:30 PM: Former San Francisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner tweeted after signing with the Cleveland Browns: "My time in San Fran will always be cherished! I love everything about the place. I left my heart and soul out there each and every week."
6:45 PM: The Jacksonville Jaguars have traded QB Blaine Gabbert to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a sixth round draft pick.
5:00 PM: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar appears in a new Travel Wisconsin TV ad alongside "Airplane!" co-star Robert Hays & an inflatable friend.
4:45 PM: Sacramento RiverCats pitcher Andrew Werner points out that his team had the idea of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles jersey before the Fresno Grizzlies did. And the Grizzlies respond: "We never said it was original. We just clearly executed it better."
4:30 PM: Robert Prince, who served as defense attorney for Nick Saban's daughter Kristen, is now serving as attorney for Alabama defensive lineman Wilson Love against a $100,000 assault lawsuit.
4:15 PM: Creighton basketball player Doug McDermott said he's "happy" for the success of in-state rival Nebraska: "A lot of our fans bases like to go back and forth at each other but I think that's kind of unnecessary. We should just enjoy this time."
4:00 PM: Atlanta Hawks player Kyle Korver said he heard a rumor that an opposing coach offered his team money to stop Korver's three-point scoring streak, which recently ended after 127 straight games.
3:45 PM: Mike Dawson of the Centre Daily Times reports Jay Paterno, son of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, has filed a petition to be on the ballot for the Pennsylvania lieutenant governor race.
3:30 PM: Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington said on Monday that he was "disappointed in Ian Kinsler's comments about hoping his former team would go 0-162: "But everyone has an opinion. Their opinion doesn't mean reality."
3:15 PM: Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said about comments comparing his recruiting skills to Alabama football coach Nick Saban: "I don't know how I feel about that. I don't think I have a (remote control) thing on my door that shuts it or anything."
2:30 PM: A 20-year-old man was arrested on charges in the early Sunday morning shooting of Orr Academy basketball player Tyquone Greer & five others at a party on Chicago's West Side.
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