Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Tuesday. A full Sports Digest will be sent about 3 p.m. All times EDT:
- SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - Unlike two of the other majors he played this year, Tiger Woods can't rely on good memories at Whistling Straits. He awaits the PGA Championship in what's been a most troublesome season.
- Two U.S. swimmers who became sick after competing off Copacabana Beach at the 2007 Pan Am Games now have further reason to be suspicious about their illness following an AP analysis of those waters.
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- SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - NFL owners meet in suburban Chicago to hear more about the league's options for a return to the Los Angeles market for the first time in 20 years.
- CHICAGO - Michael Jordan arrives at court for the start of a trial that concerns the value of his identity. The NBA great is suing a grocery chain for the unauthorized use his name and persona in an ad.
- TORONTO - Winners of eight straight, the Blue Jays start Drew Hutchison (10-2) against last-place Oakland. Toronto is coming off a weekend sweep of the first-place Yankees. Game starts 7:07 p.m.
- LOS ANGELES - Zack Greinke (11-2, 1.71 ERA) is on the mound for the NL-West leading Dodgers against a Washington Nationals team that is 1 1/2 games out in the NL East. Game starts 10:10 p.m.
- PHILADELPHIA - DeMarco Murray traded the blue star on his Cowboys helmet for the Eagles' silver Eagles, swinging the power in the NFC East from Dallas to Philadelphia.
- HOUSTON - Alfred Blue had a solid rookie season in 2014 backing up Arian Foster. Now that Foster is out with a groin injury, Blue will be counted on to carry Houston's running game.
- RENTON, Wash. - Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung will be negotiating his next contract without an agent. It's entirely in keeping with his interest in business and finance.
- The Big Ten East is one formidable group. Defending champion Ohio State is a popular pick to return to the College Football Playoff, with Michigan State poised to challenge. The West is playing catch-up.
- GREENSBORO, N.C. - The standout items of late on the ACC's resume belong to one school - Florida State. The conference wants to show it's more than the Seminoles and everybody else.
- ZURICH - Francois Carrard, who helped oversee the IOC cleanup after the Salt Lake City bidding scandal, will chair the group aimed at reforming FIFA.