Thursday, August 21, 2014

Back on August 10, New York Jets rookie cornerback Dexter McDougle suffered a torn ACL while during a practice in the team's training camp, an injury that would require surgery and end his season, which is now has.

On Wednesday night, the Jets officially ended McDougle's season when they placed him on injured reserce, the rookie corner had surgery on the ACL Wednesday, which he announced on Twitter and was in extremely high hopes...

Read at Jets 101

Carlos Beltran was originally supposed to be a part of the New York Yankees lineup on Wednesday night against his old team, the Houston Astros, but he was a late scratch due to feeling pain in his elbow late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

Beltran received a cortisone shot in his elbow on Wednesday from Yankees team physician, Dr. Christopher Ahmad and manager Joe Girardi said before the team's 5-2 loss at Yankee Stadium to those same Astros that Beltran won't be back... Read at Yankees 101

NBA TV’s Matt Winer is reporting Derrick Rose may not play tonight, calling Rose a "game time decision" in Team USA’s exhibition against the Dominican Republic on NBA TV in Madison Square Garden. An earlier report from George Ofman from CBS Chicago also had brought attention to the possibility Rose would miss tonight’s game.

After reports yesterday being a mixed bag of sorts – later on in the day official word confirmed Rose was indeed suffering from... Read at Bulls 101

For the first time since Ryan Miller's emergence in 2005, the Buffalo Sabres have a big question mark between the pipes entering this season.

The Sabres traded Miller to St. Louis last season, and he eventually signed with the Vancouver Canucks in the offseason. As the great era of "Miller Time" concludes, questions surrounding Buffalo's goaltending situation begin swirling.

Jhonas Enroth served as Miller's backup for the past few years, and showed some signs... Read at Sabres 101

Rain started falling at Bristol Motor Speedway during pre-race festivities of tonight's scheduled UNOH 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. As a result NASCAR has postponed the race until 10 a.m. ET Thursday morning.

The race was scheduled to go green at 8:46 p.m. ET and NASCAR made the announcement of the postponement at 9:55 p.m. ET with rain still falling on the half-mile track.

The green flag is now scheduled for 10:14 a.m. ET Thursday and the race can be seen on Fox... Read at Motorsports 101