Some veteran U.S. stars are lying low while others are still looking toward Beijing
MAURICE GREENE, 32, Trying for a Comeback
Greene (right), the second-fastest man in history, ran an embarrassing last in his heat at the Adidas Track Classic on Sunday.
MARION JONES, 31, Missing in Action
The embattled five-time Olympic medalist has not competed this year. She reportedly married 2000 Olympic 100-meter bronze medalist Obadele Thompson in February.
GAIL DEVERS, 40, Supposedly Retired
Devers says she's focusing on her clothing line and coaching, but the three-time world champ in the 100-meter hurdles stunned everyone when she won the 60 hurdles at the Millrose Games in February.
TORRI EDWARDS, 30, Active
Suspended for using a banned substance in 2004, Edwards got reinstated when the drug in question was downgraded by anti-doping authorities. Now she's back big time, with a personal-best victory in the 100 on Sunday (10.90 seconds).