Bears tight end Jimmy Graham said he was "extremely lucky" after he and his dog walked away from a serious single-car accident without injury.
There was a bare-chested man in a Vladimir Putin mask doling out fake bills as mock corruption payments, and a Czech fitness instructor, who endured eight hours of tattooing to put a likeness of Putin critic Alexey Navalny on his chest. Despite the tiny turnout — with possibly more journalists there than demonstrators — the protest was well-orchestrated with banners and gimmicks, in a show of dissent that participants said might garner a crackdown by security forces in Putin’s Russia. U.S. officials have said Biden was expected to discuss the war in Ukraine and human rights in Russia, including Navalny’s case, among an array of topics on the table Wednesday.
Jordan Spieth, who is one of the top favorites for this week's U.S. Open, revealed on Tuesday that he hurt his foot recently but expects to be fine when the year's penultimate major gets underway. The three-time major champion, who has enjoyed an impressive resurgence in recent months, had medical tape on his right ankle during his practice round at Torrey Pines on Tuesday. "I was carrying my clubs, and I jammed my foot, my heel, leaving the course," said Spieth.