The 30-year-old receiver, known as Megatron, announced his decision Tuesday to walk away from the NFL after nine mostly spectacular seasons with the Detroit Lions.
With the move announced Monday, Jeffery is due just under $14.6 million next season.
The NFL hopeful on Wednesday tweeted a video that showed him walking across a training room at AWP Sports Performance in Fort Wayne.
Corunna native Jarrett Grube has gone from a small town to the big leagues – and after a brief stint in the majors the righty is looking to get back to bigs with the Cleveland Indians.
Pro soccer player Sarah Killion was back in town over the weekend.
The sixth annual Party In The Park took place Friday night at Parkview Field, raising money for the Fort Wayne Sports Corp.
The Fort Wayne native currently plays for the NBADL’s Reno Bighorns.
The Mad Ants fall to 13-14 on the season, while Maine moves to 15-13.
According to a report by Cincinnati Sports Central the x-rays of Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert came back negative on Monday after the Bishop Dwenger grad suffered an apparent foot injury in Sunday’s Pro Bowl in Honolulu.
Cincinnati tight end Tyler Eifert appeared to injure a foot during the game while diving for a pass for Team Irvin. He would finish the game with one catch for 11 yards.
People know Bob Knight for a number of things; winning three national championships, leading IU to a perfect season in 1976, and for the not so positive things like throwing chairs. For one Ossian family, it was the General’s generous heart that touched their lives forever.
West Noble High School graduate Aaron Wellman is heading to the NFL as the Manchester University graduate has been hired as the strength and conditioning coach for the New York Giants.
The Bishop Dwenger graduate is making his first Pro Bowl appearance after catching 52 passes for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Bengals this season.
Six new faces were inducted to the Wayne Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday afternoon at Wayne High School. These inductees included two athletes, two coaches, and two contributors.
Dave and Jody Muzzillo have decided to move forward into the racing future, renaming the 53-year-old facility “Baer Field Motorsports Park” for the 2016 season.
Indiana’s Paul George will start in the East frontcourt on Feb. 14 with New York’s Carmelo Anthony.
La Fontaine native and Manchester University graduate Mike “Doc” Emrick has been named the National Sportscaster of the Year for the third year in a row by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
As a senior with the Purdue Boilermakers, Woodson was a consensus All-American and runner-up for the Jim Thorpe Award.
Griffey will go to Cooperstown with the highest vote percentage at 99.3, getting 437 of 440 ballots.
Notre Dame standout linebacker Jaylon Smith was helped from the field with an apparent leg injury early in Friday’s Fiesta Bowl.