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San Diego Chargers - PlayerWatch

WR Malcom Floyd will join the team for workouts after receiving medical clearance for the first time since a season-ending injury at Philadelphia in 2013.

San Diego Chargers - PlayerWatch

WR Malcom Floyd will join the team for workouts after receiving medical clearance for the first time since a season-ending injury at Philadelphia in 2013.

NFL: Kaepernick responds to reports of police probe

San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick responded Friday to reports that he was being investigated by Miami police, saying celebrity website TMZ got the story "completely wrong". A Miami police report regarding an incident at a hotel in the city last week links Kaepernick and two other NFL players with a woman who said she woke up in a hospital bed after spending time with the players and doesn't remember how she got there.

St. Louis Cardinals - PlayerWatch

RF Allen Craig was dropped to the No. 6 spot in the batting order Sunday from cleanup in an effort to, in the words of manager Mike Matheny, "get him going." However, Craig went 0-for-3 in the 2-1 loss at Pittsburgh and is hitting just .091 (2-for-22) through six games.

Adams, UCLA cruise past Cal

EditorsNote: restores headline Adams, UCLA cruise past Cal BERKELEY, Calif. -- When the Arizona Wildcats were 21-0 and ranked No. 1 at the end of January, it seemed everyone else in the Pac-12 was playing for second place. However, No. 23 UCLA made a race of it since then, and the Bruins' 86-66 rout of the California Golden Bears on Wednesday at Haas Pavilion suggested UCLA may be the best team in the conference at the moment.

NFL: Sherman fined for "taunting"

The National Football League slapped Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman with a nearly $8,000 fine on Friday for "taunting" the San Francisco 49ers during the NFC championship game. Sherman was assessed a 10-yard penalty near the end of Sunday's game for making a choking gesture toward the San Francisco sideline, which he said was directed at 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

San Francisco 49ers - PlayerWatch

TE Vernon Davis set the franchise record for receiving yards for a tight end (5,201). LT Joe Staley registered his second career reception. WR Anquan Boldin's six first-quarter receptions against Arizona were the most he's ever had in a single quarter. K Phil Dawson extended his franchise record of consecutive field goals made to 27 attempts before missing. CB Carlos Rogers (knee) underwent an MRI Monday. His status for the playoffs is unclear.

San Francisco 49ers - PlayerWatch

DT Ray McDonald (ankle) was listed as probable Friday is expected to play against Tampa Bay. LT Joe Staley (knee) was a full participant in practice Friday and will play against Tampa Bay. G Adam Snyder (not injury related) practiced Friday and is listed as probable. DL Justin Smith (shoulder) practiced Friday, is listed as probable and is expected to play against Tampa Bay. G Mike Iupati (knee) took part in limited practice again Friday and was listed as questionable.

San Francisco 49ers - PlayerWatch

DT Ray McDonald (ankle) was listed as probable Friday is expected to play against Tampa Bay. LT Joe Staley (knee) was a full participant in practice Friday and will play against Tampa Bay. G Adam Snyder (not injury related) practiced Friday and is listed as probable. DL Justin Smith (shoulder) practiced Friday, is listed as probable and is expected to play against Tampa Bay. G Mike Iupati (knee) took part in limited practice again Friday and was listed as questionable.

Baseball: A's to play in Oakland through 2015 under new deal

The Oakland A's will play the 2014 and 2015 Major League Baseball seasons at the Oakland Coliseum under a lease extension approved by stadium officials. The move came weeks after major league officials demanded the team be granted a two-year lease, three years fewer than the stadium authority had sought, or potentially have the A's forced to play home games in nearby San Francisco. The A's have played at the stadium, which major league commissioner Bud Selig famously dubbed a "pit", since 1968.
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