Update: Johan Santana has undergone an MRI on his left Achilles.
If it is not one thing it is another with Santana, who seemed close enough to returning that Buck Showalter had openly discussed that he was contemplating moving to a six-man rotation after the O's added Santana to the 40-man roster this past Monday. The club was confident enough in Santana's progress to make that move before Santana would have the chance to exercise in upcoming opt-out clause in his minor league contract. Santana actually hurt his Achilles going after a ball in Friday's extended spring training game, the severity of the injury will not be known until the team gets the MRI results back, but it is likely safe to say he won't be ready to return when eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list on June 19th.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Eagles signed WR Miles Austin.
After a disappointing season with the Browns which was also marred with a kidney injury, Austin heads back to the NFC East to join the Eagles who are obviously hoping he can return with some of that old 2009 magic. There's not much of a receiving corps there, so if he plays well in camp, he could see a decent-sized role. Analysis: Howard Bender