While we await official word on the end of the NFL lockout, we've got a busy day of MLB action on tap, including the return of the first-place Pittsburgh Pirates to national television. Here are the Games We're Watching.
The NBA hoops were silent, and there were no NHL pucks dropped Monday, as both sports had a night off. Luckily, the rest of the sports world was still active, including another court decision in the NFL lockout saga. Here's what else you missed.
The Miami Heat took the lead, the eighth-seeded Memphis Grizzlies made history and the Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers in a score that looked more like a football game. (Sort of.) Here's what else happened in sports this weekend.
Judge Susan Richard Nelson didn't arrive in the crosshairs of the NFL and NFLPA by choice. But friends and experts in the sports law field say there is nobody better prepared to handle a high-profile, demanding case.
The thought of remaining idle during a possible NFL lockout had Giants running back Brandon Jacobs considering a new sport. But after weighing the risks of injury, Jacobs decided he won't be tossing his hat into the ring -- boxing ring that is.
As a contract holdout last season, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis knows the pain of missing training camp. In the event of an NFL lockout, he thinks that players will be more prone to injuries without organized team workouts during the offseason.