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Tuesday, March 11
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Could Revis wind up back in New York?

He's ... back? With plenty of speculation that the Bucs are looking to trade Darrelle Revis and possibly release him if no trade partner can be found, how about this as a potential scenario: Revis back with the Jets. Sounds crazy, but there could be something to it. There's no way the Jets would trade for Revis, not with his $16 million-a-year contract. But if he's released, and because the Jets are in the market for an elite cornerback, they would have to give serious consideration to signing him to a new - and ultimately more affordable -- contract. It remains to be seen if Revis would want to come back to New York, because there were plenty of bruised feelings when he was traded to the Bucs. Remember, Revis all but accused Jets GM John Idzik of lying to him in the run-up to last year's trade. (Newsday) Comment

Lakers considered coaching change

The losses, ugly losses, had mounted, and the time for something more drastic had approached. After a series of discussions following a stretch of historically bad losses this week, the Los Angeles Lakers do not believe an in-season coaching change will help the team and remain inclined to support Mike D'Antoni over the final 19 games of the season, sources with knowledge of the situation told ESPN.com. The Lakers have endured one of the most tumultuous seasons in franchise history. ... The historically bad loss to the Clippers on Thursday caused Kupchak to check in with D'Antoni and the rest of Lakers management to discuss whether there was anything that could be done to get the team back on track, but the first inclination was not to make a coaching change, sources said. (ESPN Los Angeles) Comment

Machado disappointed in new deal

On the one hand, Orioles third baseman Manny Machado is happy to be in the fold. [Machado] has agreed to a $519,000 contract renewal for 2014 -- slightly above this year's league minimum of $500,000 -- but the 21-year-old is somewhat disappointed with the figure. Machado will also receive an additional $100,000 bonus for winning the 2013 Platinum Glove Award as the American League's best defender. "It is disappointing, but at the end of the day, you just have to go out and play," said Machado, who made $495,000 last season and received a $25,000 bonus for making his first All-Star team. ... The Orioles could have given Machado a larger raise based on his production, but that is something typically not done with players in his situation. (The Baltimore Sun) Comment

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Delaware fans watch the CAA Championship on Monday. The Blue Hens beat William & Mary 75-74 to secure their first NCAA Tournament bid in 15 seasons. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

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Suns forward P.J. Tucker is ejected for a blow to Clippers forward Blake Griffin.

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