Rajon Rondo should play Sunday, but won't play in a back-to-back; out tomorrow.
Rondo makes a great play in daily fantasy leagues as he has owned the Mavericks in his career. Despite is production, he will be hard to start in weekly lineup leagues because he will randomly miss games. ANALYST: Mark Kaplan
Jon Beason has retired from football.
Beason has dealt with a variety of injuries throughout his career and appeared in just nine games over the last two seasons. In fact, he's only appeared in 29 games since 2011. The Giants need to get younger, faster and stronger up the middle on defense, so Beason's departure isn't going to hurt too much. Look for the Giants to address their linebacker corps in both free agency and the draft. Analysis: Howard Bender
Colts are likely to release Andre Johnson this offseason.
Johnson entered the 2015 season with great expectations that he would thrive in the Colts pass first offense with quarterback Andrew Luck but unfortunately the Colts offense struggled and Andrew Luck missed the majority of the season. Johnson was finished the season with 41 catches for 503 yards and four touchdowns as he saw himself passed on the depth chart by Donte Moncrief. At 34 years old Johnson will likely only be seeing short term deals once he hits free agency as some teams hope he has some gas left in the tank. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba
An arrest warrant for LeSean McCoy will be issued on Wednesday or Thursday.
There was an incident late night/early morning incident over the weekend in Philadelphia where McCoy and a friend were allegedly involved in a physical altercation with two police officers. No arrests were made at the time and both officers ended up at the hospital to be treated for undisclosed injuries. Witnesses put McCoy at the scene and involved, so the warrant will be easily executed. How this will affect McCoy's status next season is not yet known as the league will likely wait until legal proceedings are complete before taking additional action. Analysis: Howard Bender
Tony Parker (ankle) is questionable for Wednesday.
During Tuesday's game, Tony Parker injured his ankle, but continued to play through the injury. It would not be surprising to see Tony Parker out for Wednesday's game against a bad Magic team. Look for Patty Mills to start if Parker is out and he is worth a start as he has been playing well of late. There is a chance at a blow-out though, so Ray McCallum could get some garbage time. Analysis: Mike Cahill
Tim Duncan will play Wednesday.
After missing games since January 22nd, Tim Duncan will finally make an appearance in the Spurs' line-up. He will likely only get around 20 minutes because the Spurs can't push his knees too much. David West will find his way back to the bench where he belongs. It would be risky starting Duncan in his first game back in over a month. Unless you have to, it would be better to see how his work-load is handled on Wednesday. Analysis: Mike Cahill
The Phillies have acquired INF Taylor Featherston.
The INF was just designated for assignment last week by the Angels after they picked up Christian Friedrich from waivers. Taylor Featherston was a pick in the Rule 5 draft last season and had 169 at-bats with the Angels, but did not do so well. He finished the year with a .162 average with nine RBIs, two HRs, seven BB, and and 46 Ks. Obviously he showed Phillies general manager Matt Klentak something he liked, because he was the assistant GM with the Angels last season. Featherston is a very good defensive player and if he can get his hitting up, he could work his way to the majors. Analysis: Mike Cahill