Little did some guys know when watching "Hard Knocks" they were seeing a preview of their 2014 training camp.
It was around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday when Anthony Swarzak learned he would be starting for the Twins on Wednesday, in a little more than 12 hours. He lay in bed and watched the clock.
The lawyer for former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe said a lawsuit against the team and special-teams coordinator Mike Priefer wasn't filed Wednesday as originally planned because his side plans to continue talks with the team about a possible settlement.
With Class A center fielder Byron Buxton now at five games missed (and counting) with a sore right wrist, the Twins got another dose of bad news about one of their top pitching prospects.
New Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is ready to take on the challenges of his first training camp.
The former Viking opted for more discussions with the team about releasing the full report.
Winona State lineman Shawn Afryl’s condition had gone undetected.
NCAA enforcement director fires back at criticism, says infractions panel will be busy soon
Veteran guard Ray Allen is leaning toward returning for his 19th season and joining his former Miami Heat teammate LeBron James on the Cleveland Cavaliers, The Boston Globe has reported, citing an NBA source. Former Heat forward Mike Miller, who like James joined the Cavs on a two-year deal, said last week he was making a recruiting effort to lure Allen to the Cavaliers, pointing to the veteran as the kind of player that would help Cleveland in key spots in the playoffs. Allen, who will turn 39 on July 20, played 73 games for the Heat in the regular season and all 20 postseason games last season. He averaged 9.3 points per game on 41 percent shooting in the playoffs. Allen has talked with multiple teams to investigate his options, sources have told ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst.
Gardner, Yankees beat Rangers 2-1 when bizarre game is called in 5th inning due to rain