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12:30 PM: Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling recently revealed he was diagnosed with mouth cancer in February, which he believes was caused by using chewing tobacco.

12:15 PM: Notre Dame & Under Armour have revealed the Irish's new home, away & Shamrock Series football uniforms to be worn this season.

12:00 PM: New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick calls Chicago Bears receiver & new Showtime Inside The NFL analyst Brandon Marshall a "miscreant".

11:45 AM: Arizona Diamondbacks Chief Baseball Officer Tony La Russa said on Tuesday that he has not yet made a decision on whether manager Kirk Gibson will return next season.

11:30 AM: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick did not do so many running plays last season because he had a chipped bone in his foot.

11:15 AM: Video of a wildlife rescue crew in Soquel, California freeing a raccoon that got its head stuck in a metal drain cover on Sunday.

11:00 AM: A man tried to flee from police from a hotel rooftop across the street from the San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium, but ended up getting caught in a tree. The man was reportedly accompanied by a naked woman who ended up surrendering to the police.

10:45 AM: Ole Miss receiver Sammie Epps was arrested last Friday on charges of marijuana possession and driving without a license.

10:30 AM: Former Carolina Panthers running back Armond Smith was arrested on theft charges for stealing a leaf blower from a landscape truck in Conyers, Georgia last Friday.

10:15 AM: Former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka said about the controversy over the Washington Redskins' name: "This is so stupid it's appalling .... It's all the political correct idiots in America, that's all it is."

10:00 AM: Five players & a coach were injured by a lightning strike during football practice at a Las Cruces, New Mexico middle school on Tuesday.

9:00 PM: "Kids In The Hall" member Scott Thompson appears in a training video for the Scotiabank AIDS Walk For Life.

8:45 PM: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiles Boomer, a 7-year-old Australian shepherd dog who saved her owner from an attack by a 300-pound black bear in Indiana County, Pennsylvania earlier this month.

8:30 PM: John Mulhearn, the wheelchair-bound son of former Western Michigan football player Sean Mulhearn, got to score a touchdown during last Thursday's Broncos practice.

8:15 PM: Winnipeg Jets captain Andrew Ladd said he "accidentally" favorited a Tweet that criticized the Jets' offseason. The Tweet linked to a video of pro wrestling publisher Bryan Alvarez saying "Minue five stars!" for 10 minutes.

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