It has been a busy day off the field in the sports world today, with some developments on several fronts dominating the headlines.
Randy Moss went through the NFL waiver process today and ended up being claimed by the Tennessee Titans. The Titans mentioned their interest in the troubled wide receiver this morning, in an interview with Dan Patrick on his radio show.
The NFL waiver process isn't quite as simple as you may think, which is why it is surprising that Moss lasted all the way to Tennessee before he got picked up.
Charlie Villanueva also made some headlines today after claiming that Kevin Garnett made some outlandish remarks on the court during last night's game between the Boston Celtics and Detroit Pistons.
Villanueva used his twitter account to point the finger at Garnett, who is well-known for his all-star caliber trash talk.
Apparently, Kobe Bryant is ready for some more gold and has committed to playing on the U.S. Olympic basketball team in 2012, provided he survives the team's cuts.
Lastly, some disheartening news regarding Sparky Anderson, who managed the Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers to World Series championships. Anderson was placed under the care of hospice because of dementia. If you've ever been around someone suffering from dementia, you know how difficult it can be.
Keep it here for the latest news of the day and we'll keep you updated throughout the evening.