The NFL has sent all 32 teams a memo warning that they are subject to fines if they supply players -- knowingly or not -- with banned supplements.
A source within the league, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that the warned team was the Oakland Raiders. ESPN and CBS both first reported on the existence of the memo and that the Raiders were the team to which it referred.
Brack paces CART finale
Kenny Brack took a long pit stop early and it paid off late. Brack used a brief, final pit stop to slip past Dario Franchitti and claim his first victory of the year in the final race of the CART season. Series champion Cristiano da Matta finished 4 seconds back.
Hampton dealt to Braves
Mike Hampton will try to rejuvenate his career with the Braves after a whirlwind weekend that had the left-hander dealt from Colorado to Florida and then to Atlanta. The Marlins will get reliever Tim Spooneybarger from the Braves for Hampton, a baseball source said on condition of anonymity.
On Saturday, Hampton and outfielder Juan Pierre moved to the Marlins, while catcher Charles Johnson, outfielder Preston Wilson, left-handed reliever Vic Darensbourg and second base prospect Pablo Ozuna went to the Rockies.
Major leaguers win series with Japan
The major leaguers defeated the Japanese stars 4-2, winning for the fourth consecutive time after three straight losses to capture the seven-game exhibition series.
The major leaguers have not lost an all-star tour of Japan since 1990, and this was their fifth straight series win.
Twins outfielder Torii Hunter was named the series' most valuable player.
Lehman helps U.S. retain Warburg Cup
Tom Lehman twice teamed with Raymond Floyd to beat Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance and Ian Woosnam. Both Americans won their singles matches to go undefeated, and the United States beat the Rest of the World team by 14 1/2-9 1/2 to retain the UBS warburg Cup.
Hyundai Team Matches determine champions
Rich Beem and Peter Lonard defeated defending champions Fred Couples and Mark Calcavecchia 2 and 1 to win the PGA Tour portion of the Hyundai Team Matches.
Lorie Kane and Janice Moodie successfully defended their LPGA championship, and Dana Quigley and Allen Doyle reatined their Senior PGA title.
Montgomerie wins consecutive TCL titles
Colin Montgomerie shot a 5-under 67 for a two-stroke victory at the TCL Classic, winning back-to-back titles for the second time in his career. Montgomerie, who finished at 16-under 272, shared the Volvo Masters last week.
Morales unanimous winner over Ayala
Erik Morales, showing little respect for Paulie Ayala's punching power, scored repeatedly with right hands against his smaller opponent to win the vacant WBC featherweight title with a unanimous 12-round decision.
Hurricanes remain No. 1 in football poll
Miami was a unanimous No. 1 in the AP media poll again, while Ohio State remained second despite a shaky win and Texas tumbled out of the top 10.
The Hurricanes (9-0), who did not play Saturday, received all 74 first-place votes. Texas (9-2) was upset by Texas Tech 42-38 and fell to No. 11 from a co-No. 4 ranking.
Washington State (9-2) remained No. 3, followed by Oklahoma, Iowa, Georgia, USC, Notre Dame, Alabama and Kansas State.
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