November 10, 2009
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Redskins may sign Johnson

Redskins coach Jim Zorn did not rule out the possibility of the Redskins pursuing Larry Johnson. He said the team has had internal discussions this morning and will continue to talk about the troubled running back. Zorn said the team will likely sign a running back if Clinton Portis can't play -- he specifically mention Quinton Ganther, whom the team released last Friday. As for Johnson, "I don't know," Zorn said. "I need to have a longer conversation than I've had to make a decision," (Washington Post) Comment

Cuban denies interest in buying Dodgers

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said a story in Los Angeles linking him as a potential buyer of the Dodgers has "no substance." The Dodgers are not for sale, but the divorce between Frank and Jamie McCourt raises questions about team's future. Cuban has said repeatedly in recent months that he has no interest in adding any sports franchises to his business portfolio. (Dallas Morning News) Comment

Jackson's agent: Nellie can't be trusted

A day after Stephen Jackson's agent questioned coach Don Nelson's honesty and the state of the franchise in an ESPN report, Warriors management and even Jackson tried to sidestep questions about the article. In an online story that appeared Monday, ESPN twice referenced that Jackson's agent, Mark Stevens, had the obvious agenda of trying to get his client traded with his comments. The inflammatory remarks flew, anyway. "No one trusts Don Nelson," Stevens told ESPN's Chris Broussard. "When Nelson was in Milwaukee, Wayne Embry trusted him and brought him in, and he betrayed Embry. In Dallas, Mark Cuban took damn good care of him and his son, and he betrayed Cuban. "In Golden State, Chris Mullin hired him and trusted him, and Nelson backstabbed him by reaching out to president Robert Rowell and blaming Mullin for everything that was going wrong with the Warriors." (San Francisco Chronicle) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

French skipper Jean Le Cam stands forlornly on his multihull Actual off the coast of Cherbourg, France, a day after the boat capsized during the Transat Jacques Vabre race. (Marcel Mochet/AFP/Getty Images)

The Amazing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

His leukemia diagnosis shocking, but his prognosis hopeful, here's a look at the greatness he brought to the basketball court during his Hall of Fame career.

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: More Bernie Kosar
  • 1945 -- No. 1 Army routs No. 2 Notre Dame, 48-0
  • 1963 -- Gordie Howe becomes NHL's all-time goals leader, with 545
  • 1977 -- The Major Indoor Soccer League organized in New York City
  • 1991 -- Browns QB Bernie Kosar's NFL record streak of 308 passes without an interception ends in a 32-30 loss to the Eagles

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