PHOENIX -- Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says he is facing the coming season with renewed energy after an offseason cancer scare.
Arians reveals in his new book "The Quarterback Whisperer" that a small spot was detected on his kidney while he was being examined for a hernia problem in December.
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He said in the book that the diagnosis was renal cell carcinoma. A small portion of his kidney was removed in February "and now I feel great," he said.
The 64-year-old coach said his energy has returned and he's ready for at least one more season as an NFL coach.
The cancer was found at an early enough stage that Arians' kidney was saved. He told NFL Network that he feels very lucky.
It was Arians' second bout with cancer. He beat prostate cancer in 2007.
Bills: Police release arrest video of Washington
SHARONVILLE, Ohio -- Police in Ohio on Wednesday released cruiser and body cam video of the arrest of Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Adolphus Washington on a weapons charge.
The Cincinnati native and former Ohio State standout is accused of improperly carrying a concealed weapon outside a water park in Sharonville. A police report says officers were breaking up a crowd at the park Sunday night when Washington "reached for and displayed a gun while sitting inside his vehicle, just feet away from officers."
The video shows Washington in his vehicle, with officers surrounding him and shouting at him to "put the gun down."
Washington is later seen in a cruiser with an officer asking him: "Why in the hell would you have that gun in your hands?"
He replied that he was "putting it away."
Washington was processed at the Sharonville Police Department and released that night. Court records do not list an attorney for him (see full story).
Packers: President says GM Thompson doing a great job
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says general manager Ted Thompson is doing a great job, and the team will have a plan in place whenever he decides to retire or step down.
The 64 year-old Thompson is entering his 13th year as Packers GM. Murphy was asked during a Wednesday conference call about team finances whether there was a succession plan in place for Thompson, who last signed an extension in 2014.
The Packers and Thompson didn't disclose how long he was under contract, though Murphy said it was "multiple years."
Murphy says his first objective is to keep Thompson in place as long as the longtime GM enjoys the work.
The Packers' success has led to other teams hiring away Thompson's assistants.
Cowboys: Team ranked most valuable sports franchise
NEW YORK -- The Dallas Cowboys are worth $4.2 billion, making them the most valuable sports franchise for the second straight year, according to Forbes .
In its annual rankings, Forbes placed the New York Yankees second -- up from fourth a year ago -- with a value of $3.7 billion.
Next are three soccer clubs: Manchester United ($3.69 billion), Barcelona ($3.64) and Real Madrid ($3.58).
The rest of the top 10 includes the New England Patriots ($3.4 billion), New York Knicks ($3.3 billion), New York Giants ($3.1 billion), San Francisco 49ers ($3 billion) and Los Angeles Lakers ($3 billion).
The rankings are based on Forbes' valuations done over the last year for all NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, soccer, NASCAR and Formula One teams.
The average current value of the top most valuable teams is $2.5 billion, the highest to date, an increase over last year, when the average value was $2.2 billion.