9:00 PM: Inspired by five-year-old cancer patient Miles Scott battling evildoers in San Francisco as "Batkid", the city of Vallejo, California organized a "superhero tour" done by 10-year-old leukemia patient Monika Romo.
8:45 PM: Video of U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant Joseph Martel, who had returned early from his deployment in Afghanistan, dressing up as an opposing player & surprising his son at a high school football game in Belgium.
8:30 PM: Kristen Saban, daughter of Alabama football coach Nick Saban claims she was acting in self-defense in a fight with a sorority sister in 2010. Sarah Grimes did not press criminal charges but did file a civil lawsuit against Kristen over injuries she suffered in the fight.
8:15 PM: Baltimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith is tired of complaints & negative comments from fantasy football owners: "I hate y'all fantasy folks who are tweeting me about your fake team. Y'all make me sick."
7:45 PM: Kyle Korver, who currently has a 95-game three-pointer streak, was chosen as the players' union representative for the Atlanta Hawks.
7:30 PM: Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers tweeted about Kobe Bryant being out six weeks with a knee injury: "Kobe can't catch a break." Meanwhile, Kobe himself tweeted about his injury: "#BrokenNotBeaten"
7:15 PM: San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said on Thursday about rumors of his interest in the Texas job: "In Judge Judy's court, hearsay is not admissible evidence. I think we can all agree that an unnamed source is hearsay, could we not?"
6:45 PM: Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner has filed a second appeal of his indefinite suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Browner's agent Peter Schaffer also says he may possibly file a lawsuit against the NFL to clear his client's name.
6:15 PM: Former Baltimore Orioles & Tampa Bay Rays player Luke Scott, who has accused President Obama of not being born in the United States, has signed with the SK Wyverns of the Korean Baseball League.
6:00 PM: NFL senior VP of events Frank Supovitz says the league has plans to move the Super Bowl to a Saturday, Monday or Tuesday if a massive snowstorm hits the MetLife Stadium area the week of the game.
5:30 PM: A Massachusetts judge has granted a restraining order protecting the assets of former New England Patriots receiver Aaron Hernandez as he faces a wrongful death lawsuit from the family of Odin Lloyd.
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