CSN: Brian Urlacher, who played 13 seasons for the Bears, announced his retirement from football Wenesday on his personal twitter account.
PHT: A comeback win in Game 3 gave Ottawa hope, and the Senators seek a repeat result tonight to level the series.
Rotoworld: The Cavaliers won the draft lottery on Tuesday night, and the latest mock gives them the big man with the highest upside.
Sergio Garcia's mouth got him into trouble and asking for forgiveness, writes Jason Sobel, isn't going to make the firestorm die down.
HBT Daily: The Angels' Mike Trout became the youngest AL slugger to hit for the cycle, and Craig Calcaterra is reminded of Fred Lynn.
Horses in the Belmont Stakes on June 8 will face tighter security for the second straight year.
PST: The 20th MLS franchise, the New York City Football Club, will have some well-heeled backers in the Yankees and Manchester City.
MST: Charlie Kimball is confident heading to Indy, and his performance this year suggests he's a contender.
CFT: The Detroit Lions are expected to own and operate their own bowl game at Ford Field, starting play in 2014, according to a report by ESPN.
OlyTalk: Gabby Douglas hit her gym in Iowa for her first workout since the London Games and to talk strategy with her coach.
Rafael Nadal is currently ranked fourth in the world, but has had a dominant run lately as he has won seven of the last eight French Open titles. Mary Carrillo thinks we’re in store for a Nadal-Djokovic final.
NEW DELHI (AP) - India's Olympic mystery woman has apologized for gatecrashing the opening ceremony in London and walking at the head of her country's confused delegation.
Madhura Nagendra told India's NDTV news channel she made an "error in judgment" when she marched alongside Indian flag-bearer Sushil Kumar at the head of the delegation of 40 athletes.
Her Olympic cameo infuriated Indian officials who demanded an explanation of how she was allowed into the parade of athletes.
Nagendra said she was part of the opening ceremony cast and did not breach security. She said she got caught up in the chaos and excitement of the moment and ended up leading the delegation around the stadium.
|Saturday, May 18||1 - 4:30 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TBD||TDB|
|4:30 - 6:30 p.m.||Preakness Stakes||Baltimore, Md.||Bob Costas, Tom Hammond, Gary Stevens, Randy Moss, Kenny Rice, Bob Neumeier, Mike Battaglia, Donna Brothers, Michelle Beadle, Laffit Pincay III, Larry Collmus|
|Sunday, May 19||1 - 3 p.m.||Agmen Tour of California||California||Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Bob Roll, Steve Porino|
|3 - 6 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TDB||TDB|
Note: All times ET