Sports – Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

The Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Colorado Rockies 5-1 as the team is now less than two weeks away from Opening Day. In Monday’s game, Scooter Gennett had the lone RBI for the Brewers, scoring Jean Segura. Tyler Thornburg started, giving up two hits and one run in four innings. Thornburg struck out four in the process, Neal Cotts was tagged with the loss. Gerrardo Parra saw limited time at first base. The Brewers play the Diamondbacks on Tuesday night, first pitch around 8:40pm.

The Bucks are back in action tonight looking to break a six game losing streak when they host the Miami Heat. Milwaukee still holds the six seed in the Eastern Conference Playoff race, but are now just 1 1/2 games ahead of Miami for that spot. Coverage on KFIZ starts at 6:40pm. 

The NFL announced a Jaguars/Bills game this upcoming season that will be played in London will be available online as opposed to regular television. The provider has not yet been named. 

Adrian Peterson’s agent says it’s not in Peterson’s best interest to stay in Minnesota. 

The NFL has awarded the Green Bay Packers two sixth-round compensatory draft picks for their 2014 free agent losses.
The NFL announced that the Packers would receive picks No. 210 and 212, both at the end of the sixth round. The four unrestricted free agents the Packers lost were:
C Evan Dietrich Smith,
WR James Jones, DE C.J. Wilson, and OT Marshall Newhouse.