Lions Agree to $36M, 4-year Deal With CB Coleman
The Detroit Lions addressed needs on both sides of the ball with former New England Patriots cornerback Justin Coleman and receiver Danny Amendola.
MMA Fighter Conor McGregor Arrested in South Florida
Mixed martial artist and boxer Conor McGregor has been arrested in South Florida for stealing the cellphone of someone who was trying to take his photo, authorities said.
Mariners’ Seager Needs Surgery on Left Hand, Out for April
Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager needs surgery on his left hand and will be out at least through April. Seager will have surgery Tuesday to repair the tendon of his middle finger.
Nuggets Top Lakers 115-99 as LeBron Passes Jordan
When LeBron hit the driving layup that pushed him past Michael Jordan into fourth place on the NBA's career scoring list, Nuggets held off the Lakers with a 115-99 win.
MLB Makes Last-minute Push to Ban Bets on Spring Training
MLB to gambling regulators to ban betting on spring training games was quickly rejected in Nevada and is under consideration in at least three other states.
Arenado, Rockies Reach 8-yr Deal; AP Source Says Worth $260M
Nolan Arenado and Rockies agreed to an eight-year contract on Tuesday, and a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press the deal is worth $260 million.
Idaho Football Player Dies of Cancer at Age 19
An Idaho football player has died of cancer at age 19. The university said wide receiver Collin Sather died early Tuesday morning. Sather was diagnosed with advanced renal cancer.
Versatile Gonzalez Finalizes $21M, 2-year Deal With Twins
Despite a dropoff last year (.247, 16 HR, 68 RBIs), the Twins will pay Gonzalez $21 million for the next two years even though they don't really have a spot for him.
Aaron Hicks, Yankees Agree to $70M, 7-year Deal
Making another move to keep their core of players together, the New York Yankees agreed to a $70 million, seven-year contract with outfielder Aaron Hicks.
Johnson Cruises to 20th Career Title in Mexico Championship
Dustin Johnson arrived in Mexico trying to figure out what was wrong with his swing. He left with his 20th career PGA Tour victory, his sixth World Golf Championship.