6:45 PM: San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith is expected to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell before Smith receives any league punishment for his 12-day work crew sentence on DUI charges.
6:30 PM: The family of a four-year-old boy say their son was banished from a Monroe, Connecticut doughnut shop after the boy asked a non-pregnant customer if she had a "baby in her belly".
5:30 PM: In an interview with the BBC, cyclist Bradley Wiggins said there were times he wished he didn't win the Tour de France & Olympic gold in 2012: "It's quite hard that level of fame, when you just want to do normal stuff with the children, things like that. That was hard but I think you learn to deal with it."
5:00 PM: The Belfast Telegraph reports Rory McIlroy's lawsuit against his former agents is likely to go to trial next year. McIlroy claims Horizon Sports Management gave him a worse Nike endorsement deal than fellow golfing client Graeme McDowell.
4:30 PM: The Baltimore Sun reports Ravens running back Ray Rice will be suspended two games by the NFL for violating the league's personal conduct policy. Rice was arrested last February for assaulting his then-fiancee at an Atlantic City casino.
4:00 PM: Tennessee Walking Horse trainer Larry Jo Wheelon was back in court Wednesday to face animal abuse charges. Wheelon is accused of "soring" horses by using chemicals or other methods to produce better competition results.
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