We begin with the NFL, and the league is planning on introducing extra endzone cameras to aid officials when they go under the hood.
This news comes on the back of Bill Belichick's latest plea for more endzone cameras, while Tom Coughlin and Jack Del Rio have supported the idea.
"Hot on the heels of Bill Belichick's latest plea to add extra end-zone cameras, NFL researchers are on Monday set to begin studying ways to add fixed cameras on all boundary lines for replay," ESPN reported.
It is safe to say that Bill Belichick is not happy to simply win a fourth Super Bowl. Demanding changes that will help officials that go under the hood, it seems like Belichick is going to get his way again sooner rather than later.
"Belichick strongly voiced his displeasure at last week's owners' meetings that the league didn't want to spend the money to put four cameras in the end zone to give referees better angles on replay reviews, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
So what do you think NFL fans? Is it a good move by the NFL to introduce more endzone cameras to aid officials? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Sad NBA news
Meanwhile, across to basketball and some sad news. TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager's leukemia returned last week, his son revealed via Twitter on Sunday.
Will Ferrell responds to Madden
And finally on the lighter side of things, Hollywood star Will Ferrell has responded to John Madden's heavy criticism of his spring training baseball shenanigans.
Ferrell played for ten ball clubs during a media stunt, which Madden said disrespected baseball. But Ferrell responded by acknowledging that Madden didn't know the stunt was for charity when he made his comments.