GATORS WON'T BE CHARGED: A Florida receiver and former cornerback won't face charges after a shot was fired into an occupied apartment. Gainesville police said the shooting was an accident. Kenneth Tookes was handling a rifle belonging to Dee Webb when it went off, detectives said. Tookes could have been charged with firing into an occupied dwelling, a felony. It's not clear if coach Urban Meyer will take any action.
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OUT OF BOUNDS
ISN'T SAJAK'S CAREER INVISIBLE, TOO? "Same name" was the category for a puzzle on a recent Wheel of Fortune, and the answer turned out to be: "Ultraviolet and Tampa Bay Devil Rays." The show's host, Pat Sajak, said: "And both of them are invisible to the naked eye."
OF THE DAY
The two most valuable players in major-league baseball in 1963, Sandy Koufax and Elston Howard, wore No. 32. So did the NFL's most valuable player that year. Who was he?
"It's nice to see everybody - not quite everybody."
- FELIPE ALOU, Giants manager, on San Francisco position players gathering (minus Barry Bonds) for their first voluntary workout Tuesday in Scottsdale, Ariz. Bonds will miss a day or two because of personal issues, his agent said.
CHECK IT OUT
DERBY LANE QUALIFYING: The fourth qualifying round of the Derby Lane Million will be races 4, 6, 8 and 10 today. The field will be cut to 16 for Saturday night's semifinals. Greys Calibrator and Joe Hearns lead in points with 48 apiece.
RAYS PREVIEW: Times staff writer Marc Topkin previews the Devil Rays season on Bay Sports with Dick Crippen at 8 tonight on Catch 47.
Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown.