Is this the year? A guard has never been selected with the first pick of the NFL Draft. And no guard has even cracked the top 10 since the New Orleans Saints took Chris Naeole of Colorado 10th overall in 1997. If ever there were a year for a guard to go first overall, this could be it. The Chiefs' previous administration selected Jon Asamoah in the third round in 2010 and Jeff Allen in the second round in 2012, but if new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid stick to their dictum of taking the "best player available," some believe that guy is Alabama guard Chance Warmack. Even ahead of the two highly rated offensive tackles, Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M and Eric Fisher of Central Michigan. (Kansas City Star) Comment
Though police ejected two fans with critical signs and shirts from Monday's home opener, team president David Samson reminded that Marlins Park embraces freedom of expression -- to a point. [Samson] said displays of dissent are not an issue at Marlins Park. "The only thing you cannot have is vulgarity. That is it," Samson said. "You can walk around with anything, you can wear anything, bring anything. You can eat anything, you can do anything. You cannot do it with vulgarity." The fans who were banished showed creativity with shirts that read: "Marlins Baseball Helping Others Get Better Since 1998." Expect more of the same if the losing trend continues. There were fans with paper bags over their heads Monday. (Sun-Sentinel) Comment
In the course of two days, Indiana could lose both Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller -- which might be news to Cavaliers center Tyler Zeller. Tyler said he had no idea that his younger brother, Indiana University sophomore star Cody Zeller who attended Tuesday's game between the Cavs and Pacers, had scheduled a news conference to announce whether he'll turn pro or return to school. "I don't really keep up," Tyler said, smiling. The two do talk at least once a week, but Tyler said he had not offered his brother much advice this year. "I talked to him last year," Tyler said. "He went through the same thing last year." What did you tell him last year? "I always tell him it's something you can't get back," said Tyler. (The Plain-Dealer) Comment
UConn and Louisville tip off the national championship game in New Orleans. The Huskies went on to win 93-60 for their eighth national title. (AP)
Defending champion Bubba Watson breaks down at his pre-Masters press conference.