Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees met with high-level team executives. Rodriguez wanted to clear the air after a two-year battle with the Yankees and Major League Baseball over his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Tony Dorsett, a Hall of Fame running back, says he started playing football “not knowing that the end was going to be like this” — what he calls a frustrating battle with a condition caused by head trauma that can lead to dementia and depression.
A year ago, Oregon was 3-8 in the Pac-12 standings before winning seven of their final eight regular-season games. The Ducks finished fourth in the conference with a 10-8 record and received the fourth seed in the Pac-12 Tournament, which included a first-round bye.
Alex Rodriguez met with top New York Yankees officials on Tuesday and apologized to the team as he prepares to report to spring training following his season-long suspension for violations of baseball's drug agreement and labor contract.
Seattle general manager John Schneider certainly livened up an otherwise slow sports day with his comments this morning about Marshawn Lynch and that the team still doesn't know if he plans to play next season.
Prosecutors dismissed domestic-violence charges against Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy after they said the accuser in the case couldn’t be found. Hardy is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March.
This is the first of the position previews for the upcoming spring training. Before we get to that, here's the story I wrote for Sunday's paper on the Mariners and understanding expectations. And here's Larry Stone's column on the Mariners for Sunday's paper as well. Also the Times ha