MLB: Selig still reviewing cases

Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is still reviewing cases of players accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs outlined in the Mitchell Report.

Selig initially hoped to complete his review by spring training. On Monday, he said he does not know when he will finish or what punishment he'll pursue.

NFL: Bears release Muhammad

The Chicago Bears released former Pro Bowl wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad on Monday, cutting the veteran after three seasons.

Chicago also gave defensive end Alex Brown a two-year contract extension and declined a $5.2 million option on defensive tackle Darwin Walker, making him a free agent.

Dew Tour announces schedule

The AST Dew Tour will visit Salt Lake City again in 2008, making one of its five stops here from Sept. 11-14.

The tour open its fourth season at Camden Yards in Baltimore in June and close with the PlayStation Pro in October in Orlando, Fla., and also make stops in Cleveland, and Portland, Ore. The tour will be making its fourth appearances in Portland and Orlando and second straight stops in Baltimore, Cleveland and Salt Lake City.

The tour features Freestyle Motocross, BMX Vert, BMX Dirt, BMX Park, Skateboard Vert and Skateboard Park.

IOC: Kosovo Olympic team 'unlikely'

Kosovo's chances of fielding a separate team at the Beijing Olympics are "unlikely" despite the province's declaration of independence from Serbia, the IOC said Monday. International Olympic Committee spokeswoman Emmanuelle Moreau said Kosovo needs to be recognized by the United Nations as an independent state and meet various sports requirements before gaining Olympic status.

Germany wins; Lund's showing strong

ALTENBERG, Germany — Olympic champion Sandra Kiriasis helped Germany win the team gold Monday at the bobsledding world championships, ahead of Canada and the United States.

On a wet track, Germany retained its title and finished in 3 minutes, 57.20 seconds. Canada was second in 3:58.98, with the U.S. next in 3:59.07.

The Americans went ahead on the first leg. Skeleton racer Zach Lund was 0.12 seconds ahead of Sebastian Haput, but Kiriasis gave Germany the lead in the women's two seater.

Anja Huber in the women's skeleton and the two-man bob of Mathias Hoepfner and Alexander Mann then sealed the victory for Germany.

Lund had only two previous runs on the 17-curve track, regarded as one of the world's toughest.

"I'm pretty happy with the result," Lund said. "The team camaraderie makes it a great experience."

Wheelin Jazz star leads all-star team

Jeff Griffin from West Jordan participated Saturday in the 2008 New Orleans Jam Session NWBA All-Star game. As the team captain and a player for the Utah Wheelin Jazz, Griffin led his team to victory over the East team. Griffin scored a game-high 12 points along with teammates Chuck Gill and Luis Blanca from the Golden State Warriors and L.A. Clippers, respectively. Durring halftime, Guinness World Record representatives were there to witness a record set for the number of free throws made from a wheelchair. Griffin won the event, making 25 free throws in one minute and will have his name put in the record book.