9:00 PM: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton went on a Charlotte radio station to help a U.S. Air Force member stationed in New Mexico propose to his girlfriend over the phone.
8:45 PM: John Ireland of 710 ESPN LA reports KCAL-TV will be showing live coverage of Thursday's memorial service for Lakers owner Jerry Buss.
8:30 PM: NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders tweeted on Wednesday: "Okay yall im just getting out of court today ex fighting My PRENUP like (Manny) Pacquiao. Whats all this talk about who's the best corner n the game"
8:15 PM: Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price said he wouldn't want to play for the New York Yankees because of the team's rules against facial hair: "I wouldn't sign a long-term deal there. Those rules, that's old-school baseball. I was born in '85. That's not for me. That's not something I want to be a part of."
8:00 PM: Vancouver Canucks forward Jannik Hansen has been suspended one game by the NHL for a hit to the back of the head of Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa during Tuesday's game.
7:45 PM: Boise State plans to name its new football complex after former athletic director Gene Bleymaier, who served the school for 29 years. Bleymeier has the famous blue turf installed at Bronco Stadium, but was fired in August 2011 due to NCAA violations.
7:30 PM: Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith has received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA, charging him with "failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance" during his time coaching the Miami Hurricanes.
7:15 PM: Josh Level, a 17-year-old basketball player for New Garden Friends School in North Carolina, died after collapsing during a game Tuesday night.
7:00 PM: The agent for Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto says team won't allow Cueto to play in the World Baseball Classic for the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile, Reds first baseman Joey Votto has been named to Canada's WBC roster, although that doesn't mean he'll definitely play.
6:45 PM: Former Indianapolis Colts linebacker Dwight Freeney admitted that he was "a little disappointed" the team didn't try to re-sign him: "I figured they would offer me something low and I would just accept it, go the last few years and retire a Colt and that would be it. That didn't happen."
6:30 PM: New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was sentenced to 12 months parole & 50 hours community service after pleading no contest to DUI charges from his arrest in Tampa last August. Pineda was also fined $500 and has his driver's license revoked for six months.
6:15 PM: TMZ reports that WWE wrestler Jack Swagger was arrested on DUI & pot possession charges following a "Smackdown" taping in Biloxi, Mississippi Tuesday night.
6:00 PM: Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman & New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis got into a Twitter fight on Wednesday. Sherman claimed he's a better CB than Revis, with Revis responding: "I never seen a man before run his mouth so much like (a) girl."
5:45 PM: 29-year-old amateur boxer Jerimiah Moen died Wednesday morning after collapsing during a bout in East Grand Forks, Minnesota on Saturday.
5:30 PM: ESPN president John Skipper says his network is "comfortable" with Ray Lewis' history after hiring the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker as an NFL analyst.