Tim Tebow "actively pursuing" professional baseball career. Good luck with that.
HALL OF FAME REFUNDS: Fans can get a refund for their tickets to the Hall of Fame game, but that's it. As of now, no other expenses will be reimbursed. Not surprisingly, there's a lawsuit brewing over the Hall of Fame game cancellation.
TALIB IS BACK, FOR NOW: Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib activated off NFL list. Broncos get some good news on the Talib front, for now. But, he could be facing a suspension of up to eight games. The league will investigate his potentially self-inflicted wound, if it hasn't already.
HOW WILL THE BOSA/CHARGERS STANDOFF END? Let's try to make sense of Joey Bosa's holdout with the Chargers. Bosa and the Chargers can’t seem to reach an agreement, and there are a few potential outcomes to this situation.
THE TITANS HAVE TO START OVER: The Titans are starting over after seven years of disarray. Mike Mularkey is taking his team back to basics because that's the only place they have to go right now.
BEN HUR, RYAN STYLE: Watch: Rex vs. Rob, Ben-Hur style. It's on!
FLIPPING OUT: Rex upset at Tyrod's camp flip: "Are you kidding me?" Watching your starting quarterback hurdle defenders into the end zone on Sunday would be awesome. Watching him do it in practice is a different story all together.
THE FIGHT OF HIS LIFE: Earl Wolff survived an armed robbery and kidnapping. Here's how he did it.
JIM KELLY CAN'T REMEMBER THE FOURTH QUARTER OF SUPER BOWL XXVI: Jim Kelly discusses effects of concussion during Super Bowl XXVI. The Bills' legendary QB can't remember the fourth quarter of the 37-24 loss to Washington, and went to the wrong hotel after the game.
APPLE GETS SCHOOLED: Odell Beckham Jr. taking rookie corner Eli Apple back to school. First-round pick says Beckham is helping him learn his craft
RG3 NAMED STARTER: Browns officially name Robert Griffin III their starting quarterback. Not exactly a huge surprise since he took all the first-team reps in practice so far, but it's officially official now.
WHAT A GREAT GUY: Rams owner Stan Kroenke is forcing out North Texas lake residents. Kroenke, now owner of Waggoner Ranch, wants to return the lake to its natural state so he can better enjoy it himself.