Meanwhile, Willis McGahee had a physical with the Browns as they look to replace their entire running game.
RG3 says he's ready to run more.
Andre Johnson is likely to play in Week 3 despite suffering a concussion in Week 2.
Coach Tom Coughlin's brother tripped and fell after the Giants-Broncos game and died two days later. Coughlin barely missed a day of work.
49ers fans are whining about Seattle's noise advantage. Please, do better.
Stephen Strasburg was once again pushed back in the Nats rotation.
Paul George is reportedly sign a long extension with the Pacers before the 2013 season.
Deron Williams is in a walking boot after suffering an ankle sprain and bone bruise.
Metta World Peace says he's prepared for a bench role if necessary.
Derrick Rose says he won't be recruiting free agents to Chicago.
The LA Lakers unveiled their "Hollywood Nights" black jerseys that were apparently a "few years in the making." Glad they were able to pull it off...
Kevin Ware is back on a court dunking.
Boxing legend Ken Norton died at 70 years old. He broke Muhammad Ali's jaw in 1973 in the first of their three fights. RIP.
Jay Z will sell his share of the Barclays Center. He'll make an estimated $1.5 million on the deal..
The first few minutes of this video involve Lil' Wayne teaching Meek Mill how to skateboard.
JR and Pharrell hit the studio for a mystery project.
Will Smith took on Queen Latifah in hip-hop jeopardy.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Bashar al-Assad says the US must pay for the destruction of his chemical weapons, estimating the cost at $1 billion, while continuing to deny that his forces carried out an attack.
Iraqi citizens say the decade of war was horrible, but what's happening now, which amounts to ethnic cleansing, is much worse.
Authorities are still searching for a motive in the Naval Yard shooting.
Iran's new president says his nation will never seek a nuclear bomb.
The SEC proposed a new rule that would provide greater disclosure for CEO pay.
Grand Theft Auto V made over $800 million on its first day.
EVERYTHING I AM
Senator John McCain went IN on Russian President Vladimir Putin in response to his New York Times op-ed, a letter that was published by Russian paper Pravda.
A Russian citizen could not publish a testament like the one I just offered. President Putin and his associates do not believe in these values. They don't respect your dignity or accept your authority over them. They punish dissent and imprison opponents. They rig your elections. They control your media. They harass, threaten, and banish organizations that defend your right to self-governance. To perpetuate their power they foster rampant corruption in your courts and your economy and terrorize and even assassinate journalists who try to expose their corruption.
They write laws to codify bigotry against people whose sexual orientation they condemn. They throw the members of a punk rock band in jail for the crime of being provocative and vulgar and for having the audacity to protest President Putin's rule.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Isaiah Rashad, TDE's newest member, drops off a new single.