Ticket Report: Willie Nelson, Chicago, The Killers, more
The first weekend of March saw concert ticket on-sales for several major spring and summer tours. Willie Nelson's road trip with Alison Krauss and Union Station unleashed tickets for several stops, while a handful of cities on Chicago's global trek are now available. Other tickets that are now available for sale include The Killers, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, among others.
SXSW News: Soundgarden to perform "Superunknown," Lady Gaga plans botched
Seattle grunge act Soundgarden will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their most successful album, "Superunknown," by performing the collection in its entirely for the first time ever later this month.
Weekend Ticketing: Willie Nelson, Chicago, The Killers, more
The first weekend of March kicks off with several bands and musicians releasing tickets for impending spring and summer tours. Willie Nelson will spend some time on the road, while Chicago has mapped an extensive international run. Others boasting on-sales this weekend include The Killers, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, among others.
Rich Peverley of the Dallas Stars, who has a history with heart issues, was removed from the bench Monday night after collapsing and play was stopped in the first period in their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Embiid (back) could be out until mid-NCAAs
Kansas Jayhawks freshman big man Joel Embiid is out for the Big 12 tournament and will likely miss the first weekend of the NCAA tournament.
Sources: If no trade, Bucs likely to cut Revis
Short of a trade in the next two days, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are expected to release cornerback Darrelle Revis by 4 p.m. ET Wednesday, according to league sources.
Sources: Panthers attempt to deal WR Smith
The Carolina Panthers have called teams to field interest in a trade for wide receiver Steve Smith, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Monday.
Staying in the nest: Seahawks retain Bennett
The Seattle Seahawks have signed Michael Bennett to a multiyear contract extension, preventing the defensive end from becoming an unrestricted free agent.
'Nervous' Bonds back with Giants in new role
Barry Bonds put on a San Francisco Giants uniform Monday morning for the first time since his final major league game as a player in 2007.
Source: Steelers will release OLB Woodley
The Pittsburgh Steelers will release linebacker LaMarr Woodley when the new league year begins Tuesday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Jets release Holmes, create more cap space
After four turbulent seasons with the New York Jets, wide receiver Santonio Holmes is looking for a new team.
Ford family retains ownership of Lions franchise
The Detroit Lions announced that controlling interest in the team will remain with the Ford family on Monday, one day after the death of longtime owner William Clay Ford Sr.
Team's bacon gear selling at a sizzling rate
Since putting its new bacon-themed merchandise on sale, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, have been as popular as ever.
Florida, Wichita St. remain 1-2; UK falls out
Florida, which finished an unbeaten season in the Southeastern Conference, and Wichita State, which completed an undefeated regular season, are the top two teams in the AP college basketball poll for the third straight week.
Lawmaker's 'NBA and crime' tweet draws ire
The Minnesota legislator whose NBA-related tweet aroused cries of racism this weekend isn't backing down.
'Intrigued' Skeeters invite McGrady to camp
Retired NBA star Tracy McGrady is moving closer to his dream of playing professional baseball.
Pistorius vomits during graphic testimony
Oscar Pistorius vomited in the dock at his murder trial Monday as he heard graphic details of the injuries sustained by the girlfriend he fatally shot.
Retiring Mendenhall: Tired of life in NFL
Rashard Mendenhall was tired of living a "private life in the public eye" as an NFL player, which included being called racial slurs online, he wrote in his most recent blog for Huffington Post in which he explained why he retired at 26 years old.
Tiger surges up Doral leaderboard with 66
For the first time in 2014, Tiger Woods will enter the final round of a golf tournament with a legitimate chance to win.