Michael Vick joins Dan Patrick to discuss the Eagles' quarterback competition and the criticism he's taken for his play. Vick said coach Chip Kelly had to draft Matt Barkley.
PHT: The Penguins' win in Game 4 shoved the Senators to the brink of elimination, but Ottawa has vowed to bring a better effort tonight (Coverage at 6:30 p.m. ET; Live Extra, NBCSN).
PBT: Pacers coach Frank Vogel said that the Heat have a more effective plan of attack against Roy Hibbert than the Knicks.
Not that Sergio Garcia is going to #AskLav, but here is some unsolicited advice to save him from himself: Stop talking.
HBT: Former commissioner Fay Vincent laid out a series of improvements that he believes would upgrade major league umpiring.
Trainer Shug McGaughey is still thinking Belmont Stakes for his Kentucky Derby winner after Orb galloped a mile Thursday morning at Belmont Park.
PST: Should the winners of the Europa League be awarded a spot in the following season’s Champions League? That is the question that UEFA, Europe’s soccer governing body, will likely answer in the affirmative on Friday.
MST: Slowly but surely, as the on-track product improves and the open-wheel racing split heals, the Indy 500 has regained its spot in national prominence.
CFT: Former Penn State signalcaller Steven Bench joined the South Florida Bulls, he announced on Twitter.
OlyTalk: Michael Phelps denies that he'll make a comeback to swimming, but his friend and top rival, Ryan Lochte, said Phelps will be back.
Watching Rafa Nadal churn his way through the claycourt season over the past few weeks, it seems nothing much has changed since his French Open triumph a year ago despite a lengthy injury layoff.
Rams waived FB Brit Miller.
Miller goes to make room for C Scott Wells, who was activated from injured reserve this week. The Rams will apparently go with Terrance Ganaway as the new lead blocker.
With Michael Crabtree suffering a torn Achilles, Josh Norris discusses why Quinton Patton could see some of the displaced targets.