BC-AP Sports Preview Digest
Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Tuesday. A full Sports Digest will be sent at about 3 p.m. EDT:
- CLEVELAND - The Browns' decision to name their quarterback could be delayed because of the way Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer played Monday night. Manziel's memorable moment was an obscene gesture.
- LANDOVER, Md. - The ''Hands up, don't shoot'' protest makes its way to the NFL. The Redskins' secondary left the stadium tunnel during introductions Monday night with hands raised and palms forward.
- COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State is to update the status of star quarterback Braxton Miller after he reportedly reinjured his throwing shoulder during practice.
- SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame football players discuss the decision to withhold four teammates from practice while the university investigates whether they turned in papers and work done by others.
- PHOENIX - Defenses have struggled to keep up with the high-powered offenses proliferating in college football. They're not alone. College football officials have had to make adjustments.
- MINNEAPOLIS - Former punter Chris Kluwe says he's reached a settlement with the Vikings to avert a lawsuit over his release. Kluwe accused the team of cutting him over his activism on gay rights.
- OAKLAND, Calif. - Oakland Coliseum is visited by Commissioner Bud Selig, who has long said the A's can't keep playing in the rundown stadium they share with the NFL's Oakland Raiders.
- Three Little League World Series games at South Williamsport, Pa.: Vancouver vs. Nashville (consolation, noon); Guadalupe vs. Maracaibo (3 p.m.); Pearland vs. Chicago (7:30 p.m.).
- MOSCOW - Russia is resisting demands by FIFA to cut the number of stadiums for the 2018 World Cup from 12 to 10. Construction delays plagued some of the stadiums at Brazil's World Cup.
- BARCELONA, Spain - Luis Suarez, the Uruguayan star suspended for biting an opponent during the World Cup, tells Barcelona fans his biting days are over.