Jamaal Westerman is scheduled to visit the Chicago Bears. The Targum also reports that Kevin Malast has already worked out with the Giants, and that Jason McCourty will visit the Giants and Jets soon. Tony Pauline (who wrote the blurb about Mike Teel on SI.com last week), at his site TFY (premium content) has more information about how Teel looked, what NFL teams think of him, and additional scheduled visits.
The Ledger has a decent-sized lookahead to 2010 for the Rutgers women's basketball team.
Drew Weaver sees Timmy Brown as the key to the offense in 2009.
New Jersey's proposed solutions to its fiscal crisis aren't pleasing the NCAA.
If New Jersey wins the sought-after right to offer legal sports wagers, the state may lose many of its collegiate championships.
NCAA policy bars its 88 sports from holding any round or level of a championship in a metropolitan area where sports wagering is legal and offered, NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn said.
Then why should Atlantic City's actions have an effect on Piscataway, Newark or East Rutherford? State Sen. Ray Lesniak sued last week to overturn the federal ban on sports gambling.
Rutgers is receiving a 6 year, $15 million grant from the Department of Homeland Security for data sciences.
Shameless rent-seeker ESPNU wants to get in your house.
You probably shouldn't believe any stories published in the Targum tomorrow...