8:45 PM: Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez recalls the time he ran into a photographer during a game at Candlestick Park, and how doctors found a tumor in the photographer's brain that wouldn't have been discovered had Gonzalez not hit him.
8:30 PM: Shin Dong-hyuk, who was born in & escaped from a North Korean prison camp, writes to Dennis Rodman about his latest visit to see Kim Jong-Un: "No dictatorship lasts forever. Freedom will come to North Korea someday. When it does, my wish is that you will have, in some way, helped bring about change."
8:00 PM: Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Browns receiver Davone Bess has missed practice the past two days due to a "serious issue" involving one of his family members in Oakland, California.
7:45 PM: Baltimore Orioles pitcher Troy Patton has been suspended 25 games by MLB for testing positive for a banned amphetamine. Patton said it was due to an Adderall pill he took four days before the end of the season.
7:30 PM: New York Jets safety Ed Reed told media members on Friday: "Half of y'all don't know as much about football as you think you do .... You can ask the questions, but that don't mean that you're an expert at what we do."
7:00 PM: Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he wants to see coach Leslie Frazier return next season: "When you win it helps a lot. I look forward to finishing my career with coach Frazier."
6:45 PM: Auburn has been fined $5,000 by the SEC for fans rushing onto the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium following the Tigers' 34-28 win over Alabama last month.
6:15 PM: Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew said about rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo trading words with New York Knicks players during Wednesday's game: "I don't know what he said or if they even understood him."
5:45 PM: Police in Trinidad, Colorado say two teenagers were arrested Friday for planning a shooting attack at the local high school.
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