The Yankees were hoping Derek Jeter would be healthy on the back end of the season, but he's been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right quad. 

 

Tiger Woods is 2-over par after two rounds at the Open Championship. 

 

Penn State coach Bill O'Brien said he hopes one day the NCAA and university can "meet halfway" on the sanctions imposed following the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

 

Jeremy Maclin, entering a contract year, expects to play a bigger role for the Eagles this season. Maclin said Andy Reid's offense was tailored to getting the ball to DeSean Jackson. 

 

In effort to get somebody (anybody) to show up to one of these, the Marlins are hosting "Legends of Wrestling Night" on August 24. 

 

Chris Bosh traveled to India to host a local basketball clinic as part of the NBA Cares program. 

 

Two of the six athletes who joined the anti-trust lawsuit against the NCAA sat with Outside the Lines' Tom Farrey. 

 

A couple of sights and sounds from NBA Summer League action. 

 

Twitter came up with a pretty funny #ThingsThatTakeLongerThan6Weeks, hashtag to make fun of Texas' proposed six-week abortion ban. 

 

Apple bought mapping company Locationary, a Canadian-based crew that uses a federal data exchange platform to collects data files in different formats and translate them to a standard format. So yeah, they'll be watching. 

 

A New York Times reporter has to testify in the criminal trial of a former Central Intelligence Agency official charged with providing him with classified information.

 

The executive director of Gun Owners for America had this to say about the outrage over the George Zimmerman trial verdict:

“They’re trying to use the race card to move against guns,” (Larry) Pratt said, speaking on Steve Malzberg’s radio show about the outrage over the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. “They really don’t want us walking around with a gun, able to defend ourselves.”

 

Then he made a bizarre comparison to the Benghazi attacks. Remember, this is like a gun owners leader of sorts. Scary stuff.

Jay Z discusses one of his Magna Carta Holy Grail tracks "Tom Ford," what parenthood has been like, and also a quick glimpse into how his relationship with Kanye West works so well.