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In our main headline, a potential top-10 2015 NFL Draft pick has ruined his chances are a positive drugs test, whilst in the NBA, the assistant coach of a playoff chasing side has left to become the head coach of a D1 college side.
In baseball, the Oakland A's have demoted a former All-Star to the minor leagues while the United States Mens National Team lost last night.
Randy Gregory - who was expected to be a top 10 pick in the NFL draft when the draft eventually comes around at the end of April - will not be selected that high any more. The former Nebraska defensive end has admitted that he tested positive for marijuana at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis back in February.
According to NFL.com, Gregory told Kimberly Jones - an NFL Media reporter - that he completely blames himself for the incident and is worried about what will happen to his draft stock.
"Am I worried? Yeah, I'm worried," he said. "At the same time, I'm confident. I know I'm going to be all right in the end."
This will definitely not be a help to how high he gets drafted, that's for certain. Gregory has a history with marijuana and officially tested positive for the drug twice during his time in college, whilst admitting there were points in his Cornhuskers career where he would smoke every day.
Over to the NBA now, where it seems the Mark Price will be leaving the Charlotte Hornets.
The assistant has been offered a head coaching gig with UNC Charlotte and Price accepted. He leaves the Hornets as they look to make the NBA playoffs.
To baseball now, where the Oakland A's have demoted a former All-Star to Triple A ball.
Ryan Cook made the All-Star game in 2012, but following a poor end to last season, and an even worse spring training, the pitcher has been sent to the minor leagues.
And finally to soccer, where the US Mens National Team suffered a disappointing loss to Denmark last night.
Nicklas Bendtner scored a hat trick for the Danes, cancelling out strikes from the Jozy Altidore and Aron Johannsson.