>>Bears Continue To Weigh Coaching Options
(Lake Forest, IL) -- The Bears are reportedly scheduled to interview Houston Texans offensive
coordinator Rick Dennison today. Dennison was the offensive coordinator for the
Broncos during quarterback Jay Cutler's three seasons there. Yesterday, Chicago
reportedly interviewed Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements.
>>Blues Begin To Return To Town
(St. Louis, MO) -- Many of the St. Louis Blues have trickled into town in anticipation for the start of
training camp. NHL players have begun to vote to ratify the new collective
bargaining agreement with an announcement on results expected for tomorrow
morning. Training camps are expected to open Sunday. The regular season is
expected to begin a week from tomorrow.
>>Bulls Battle Knicks In NYC Tonight
(New York, NY) -- The Bulls head to Madison Square Garden tonight to take on the Knicks. Chicago saw its
three-game winning streak end on Wednesday with a loss to the Bucks. The Bulls
are now 19-and-14 on the year. New York lost last night to the Pacers and is
23-and-12 on the season.
>>Illini Travel To Wisconsin Tomorrow
(Madison, WI) -- The 13th-ranked Illinois Fighting Illini will be in Madison tomorrow to take on the
Wisconsin Badgers. Illinois suffered its second conference loss on Wednesday
against Minnesota to dip to 1-and-2 in league play. The Illini are 14-and-3
overall this year. The Badgers enter tomorrow's game at 11-and-4 with a 2-and-0
Big Ten mark. You can hear that game on Newstalk 97.3 WTIM.
>>MLB To Implement In-Season HGH Blood Testing
(Paradise Valley, AZ) -- Major League Baseball is strengthening drug testing for players this
year. MLB and the Players Association have announced they will start random,
unannounced, in-season blood testing for human growth hormone this season. MLB
is now the only major North American sport to blood test unionized players.