WHAT THEY MIGHT BE DOING TODAY ...

  • Updated: November 29, 2011 - 7:33 PM

WHAT THEY MIGHT BE DOING TODAY ...

Urban Meyer's family might be wondering if he no longer wants to spend more time with them.

The Cubs might making the Albert Pujols sweepstakes a lot more interesting.

Bobby Valentine might be wishing the Red Sox had a spot for free agent Albert Pujols.

FIVE THINGS

Dan Orlovsky is the new starting QB for the 0-11 Indianapolis Colts. Orlovsky also made seven starts for the 0-16 Lions in 2008. His career numbers:

• 56.0 completion percentage

• 72.1 passer rating

• 8 TD passes

• 8 interceptions

• 1,801 yards

Have a good list? Send it to mrand@ startribune.com

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"It's the right thing at the right time and for the right reasons. We deserve better; the community deserves better. We've been very average over the last few years." -- Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver on firing coach Jack Del Rio and agreeing to sell the team.

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