Jonathan Martin's season is officially over.
The Miami Dolphins put the offensive tackle on the reserve/non-football illness list Saturday, freeing up his roster spot so safety D.J. Campbell could be promoted from the team's practice squad. The move was not unexpected.
Martin left the Dolphins on Oct. 28, the start of what became an explosive probe into allegations that a culture of bullying was around the team and inside its locker room. Offensive lineman Richie Incognito was suspended Nov. 3 for his alleged role in the turmoil. Investigator Ted Wells' probe of the team and its workplace environment is ongoing.
Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was alert and recovering at a Denver hospital Saturday after suffering seizure-like symptoms when the team's bus pulled into the airport Friday afternoon for its flight to Kansas City. Wolfe will not play on Sunday. It was determined that Wolfe didn't suffer a stroke or a full-blown seizure, but the Broncos didn't specify the exact cause of his symptoms, saying only that he was doing better Saturday evening and that he was alert and communicating with others.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin was listed as doubtful for the Monday night game against New Orleans because of lingering soreness in his surgically repaired hip.
GOLF: Charl Schwartzel leads tournament at South Africa
Charl Schwartzel shot a five-under 67 to open a two-shot lead at 13-under 203 after three rounds at the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Malelane, South Africa.
ETC.: Steven Holcomb pilots U.S. four-man bobsled to gold medal
Steven Holcomb piloted USA-1 to a win in the opening World Cup four-man bobsled race of the season at Calgary, Canada. The Americans' time of 1 minute 48.56 seconds was 0.09 of a second faster than a two-way tie for second between Germany, piloted by Maximilian Arndt, and Russia, piloted by Alexander Zubkov. In the women's race, Kaillie Humphries piloted Canada to the win in 1:52.77. Elana Meyers and Aja Evans of the U.S. teamed for second place, 0.56 of a second back; and fellow Americans Jamie Greubel and Katie Eberling were third, another 0.29 of a second off the pace. Jazmine Fenlator and Lolo Jones finished tied for 15th, 1.90 seconds behind the winning time.
In women's soccer, UCLA defeated North Carolina, 1-0, in two overtimes as Taylor Smith scored in the 101st minute of the NCAA quarterfinal match at Chapel Hill, N.C. The Bruins (21-1-2) were the only team with a No. 2 seeding to reach the national semifinals at Cary, N.C., where they will play Virginia on Friday. The Tar Heels, who had a No. 1 seeding, end their season at 20-5.
In men's water polo, fourth-seeded USC beat top-seeded Pacific, 18-13, in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation semifinal at Stockton. Third-seeded UCLA played second-seeded Stanford in the other afternoon semifinal.