Davidson's Sports Wrap-Up: Rodgers Returns
Here's what you missed last night in sports:
Bad News for Bears
Yesterday's announcement that Aaron Rodgers will play in Sunday's season finale doesn't bode well for the Chicago Bears, but it makes the Green Bay Packers a formidable opponent in the playoffs -- if they can make it there.
Let the Bidding Begin
Now that the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles have officially posted Japanese phenom Masahiro Tanaka, it might be a good idea to revisit the highly touted pitcher (and his agent), who could command big bucks from teams like the Yankees and Dodgers.
No More for Nnamdi
Nnamdi Asomugha will announce today that he is retiring after 11 seasons in the National Football League, less than three years after signing a five-year, $60 million contract.
'F' Is for 'Fastball'
Spend a day in the life of this million-dollar pitcher, who works as a substitute teacher for $63 a day in his hometown in Indiana.
'The Suarez Conundrum'
After Liverpool lost to Manchester City, falling from first to fourth in the Premier League, it gave Arsenal the opportunity to claim the top spot and soccer fans the opportunity to learn more about embattled Uruguayan footballer Luis Suarez.
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