Dustin Johnson needs — nay, deserves — a break. After winning his third consecutive PGA Tour event, including his second since becoming No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, on Sunday at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, Johnson wasn’t certain whether he would remain in the field for this week’s Shell Houston Open. Dustin Johnson has plenty of trophies, and now he can take a little nap.
If the CFL didn't have a salary cap, chances are Jovan Olafioye would still be a B.C. Lion. The Lions dealt the six-time CFL all-star and future considerations to the Montreal Alouettes for the rights to Canadian lineman David Foucault, a Montreal native, and American Vincent Brown. With a reported salary around $200,000 annually, it seems the six-foot-six, 325-pound Olafioye had become too rich for the Lions' blood.
Jason Day is planning to play in the Masters. Jason Day intends on competing in the Masters, less than two weeks after his mother’s Dening underwent a procedure to remove a cancerous mass from her lung. The former world No. 1 withdrew from last week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play after six holes into his opening match on Wednesday, emotionally detailing afterward that his mother had been given a terminal lung cancer diagnosis at the start of 2017.