He played for the Eagles over five seasons and doubled as a punt returner.
SOCCER: An autopsy performed on Columbus Crew midfielder Kirk Urso did not reveal any trauma and the coroner said signs point to "an apparent natural death" pending results from toxicology tests.
The 22-year-old Urso was pronounced dead at 1:50 a.m. Sunday at Grant Medical Center after collapsing at a downtown Columbus bar and restaurant.
NBA: Keith Smart is getting the closest thing he's ever had to a long-term deal as an NBA coach. The Sacramento Kings extended Smart's contract through the 2013-14 season. Smart's deal had been set to expire after the upcoming season.
TENNIS:Serena Williams and Andy Murray both retained the No. 4 spot in this week's rankings. Victoria Azarenka and Roger Federer kept the No. 1 spot in the rankings. Maria Sharapova, who lost in the final to Williams, rose to second from third, swapping spots with Agnieszka Radwanska.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Mississippi defensive back Charles Sawyer has a torn quadriceps muscle at practice and will likely miss at least a month.
HORSE RACING:Kissable wore down the leaders and took control at midstretch to win the $100,000 Waya Stakes for fillies and mares by four lengths at Saratoga Race Course, with John Velazquez on board.
GOLF: One year before the PGA Tour stop in Malaysia becomes an official event, it will get the biggest draw in golf - Tiger Woods.
Woods said he will play in the CIMB Classic on Oct. 25-28 at The Mines Resort in Kuala Lumpur, his first time competing in Malaysia since he won the individual and team titles in the 1999 World Cup.
AUTO RACING: Authorities said the man killed by a lightning strike at the Pocono Raceway was Brian Zimmerman of Moosic, Pa., who died as he stood near his car in the parking lot.
Nine other people were injured during Sunday's violent storm.
One was listed Sunday night in critical condition and was upgraded to stable on Monday.
- Associated Press