Rare blood condition likely to keep Steelers S out

Ryan Clark may be saying everything he needs to say with his growing silence. The Pittsburgh Steelers safety is usually one of the team's most talkative players, but he is saying little as it becomes increasingly likely he won't play Monday in Denve

Latest Yankees' title was Steinbrenner-esque

While George Steinbrenner wasn't on hand to enjoy his team's latest triumph, Mark Kriegel says he was entirely responsible for it.

Angels re-sign Abreu with 2-year deal

The Los Angeles Angels have re-signed outfielder Bobby Abreu to a two-year contract. The deal also contains a club option for 2012. Abreu joined the Angels shortly before spring training last winter and enjoyed a standout year, batting .293 with 15

Redskins assistant comes to Snyder's defense

Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Greg Blache broke his media silence Thursday to defend the man who pays his salary, saying "Enough's enough" when it comes to criticism of owner Dan Snyder. Blache said he was moved to speak after reading co

Matsui bat, Damon spikes headed to Hall of Fame

Hideki Matsui's bat and Johnny Damon's spikes are among the items from the Yankees' World Series title going to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Nearly a dozen pieces were donated after New York won Wednesday night and will be displayed as part of an exhi

The Kickoff: Don't count LSU out of BCS race

We know two SEC teams control their BCS destiny.

Man arrested for scalding child

OPELOUSAS — Carey Cortez is behind bars after police say he placed his son in a tub of scalding hot water. Offials say the child was treated for second degree burns under his toes and first-degree burns on the tops of his feet. If convict