Cubs, Jake Arrieta Settle On One-Year, $10.7 Million Deal: APA person familiar with the negotiations says Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta has agreed to a $10.7 million, one-year contract, avoiding arbitration with the highest one-year deal for a pitcher with four years of major league service.
Levine: White Sox Still Looking For Rotation DepthA strong top of the rotation headed by Chris Sale, Jose Quintana and Carlos Rodon is in need of right-hand starting fortification.
Spiegel: Super Bowl 50 Living Room Over/UndersMore prop bets means more Super Bowl fun.
Johnny Manziel's Father Is Worried His Son Is Self-Destructing"I truly believe if they can't get him help, he won't live to see his 24th birthday," Paul Manziel told The Dallas Morning News.
Baffoe: How About Seeking Better Opinions On Athletes Regarding Violence Against Women?Stop getting the opinions from the likes of Deion Sanders or Mitch Albom when it comes to violence committed against women.
Jay Williams Talks New Book, Consequences Of Bad Decision, Shares Old Stories On Bulls, Weed Munchies, Betting & MoreWilliams is refreshingly honest.
Gruen's Big Ten Glance: Badgers Should Name Greg Gard Permanent CoachHiring Gard as the permanent coach wouldn’t be particularly sexy, but Wisconsin's never been a flashy program.
Emma: Broncos, Panthers Took Super Bowl Path Bears Are Trying To EmulateSeveral years away from Super Bowl contention, the Bears are trying to build a core through the draft. It will take time.
Durkin: What To Watch For During Super Bowl 50Dan Durkin has the in-depth breakdown and his pick for Super Bowl 50.
Bernstein: Real Doctors Wary Of Jim McMahon's TreatmentA placebo effect could be at work here, experts warn.
Preview: Bulls-NuggetsTip-off is set for 8 p.m. CT at the Pepsi Center.
Joniak's Super Bowl Journal: Greg Olsen Reflects On Reaching Game's Premier StageDrafted by the Bears in 2007, Olsen had a career-high 1,104 receiving yards this season.