Sports Rewind: Ray Lewis Joins ESPN

Tiger wins WGC title, Mariano Rivera to retire, plus more.

Ray Lewis Joined ESPN Wednesday - The Baltimore Ravens' linebacker starts a new gig, Tiger wins 76th PGA Tour title, plus more sports headlines. ? Britt MiddletonRetired NFL star linebacker Ray Lewis officially moved on to the next chapter of his career joining ESPN as an analyst on Wednesday. He will appear on ?Monday Night Countdown,? ?Sunday NFL Countdown? and ?SportsCenter.?  (Photo: ESPN)

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Ray Lewis Joined ESPN Wednesday - The Baltimore Ravens' linebacker starts a new gig, Tiger wins 76th PGA Tour title, plus more sports headlines. — Britt MiddletonRetired NFL star linebacker Ray Lewis officially moved on to the next chapter of his career joining ESPN as an analyst on Wednesday. He will appear on “Monday Night Countdown,” “Sunday NFL Countdown” and “SportsCenter.”  (Photo: ESPN)

Back in the Swing of Things - On Saturday, Tiger Woods took home the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Saturday, his 76th PGA Tour win and 17th World Golf Championship title. (Photo: AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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Back in the Swing of Things - On Saturday, Tiger Woods took home the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Saturday, his 76th PGA Tour win and 17th World Golf Championship title. (Photo: AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Just the Two of Us - Ever the doting dad, President Obama cheered on daughter Sasha, 11, at her basketball game at a community center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on Saturday morning. (Photo: Pete Souza/White House via Getty Images)

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Just the Two of Us - Ever the doting dad, President Obama cheered on daughter Sasha, 11, at her basketball game at a community center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on Saturday morning. (Photo: Pete Souza/White House via Getty Images)

Mariano Rivera to Retire - After 18 seasons with the team, beloved New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera announced he would retire after the 2013 season. In June, Rivera had surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee and said he would have retired after last season if he had not been injured. (Photo: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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Mariano Rivera to Retire - After 18 seasons with the team, beloved New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera announced he would retire after the 2013 season. In June, Rivera had surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee and said he would have retired after last season if he had not been injured. (Photo: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Stoudemire to Miss Remainder of Regular Season - New York Knicks star Amar?e Stoudemire will miss six weeks from play as he recovers from his second knee surgery in four months. The power forward will receive treatment on his right knee. (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

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Stoudemire to Miss Remainder of Regular Season - New York Knicks star Amar’e Stoudemire will miss six weeks from play as he recovers from his second knee surgery in four months. The power forward will receive treatment on his right knee. (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

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Hoosiers Go Big - The No. 2 ranked Indiana Hoosiers pulled out a narrow victory over No. 7 ranked Michigan Wolverines 72-71. Indiana earned its first outright Big Ten Championship title since 1993 and will have the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago this week. (Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

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Hoosiers Go Big - The No. 2 ranked Indiana Hoosiers pulled out a narrow victory over No. 7 ranked Michigan Wolverines 72-71. Indiana earned its first outright Big Ten Championship title since 1993 and will have the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament in Chicago this week. (Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Derrick Rose Plays It Safe - Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose has said he has been experiencing burning in his hamstrings and will not return to the court until the issue has been resolved. Suspicion has continued to grow over the last few months over why the team has remained mum concerning his injury and why the star has pushed back his rehab from a prior ACL surgery nearly a year ago. (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

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Derrick Rose Plays It Safe - Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose has said he has been experiencing burning in his hamstrings and will not return to the court until the issue has been resolved. Suspicion has continued to grow over the last few months over why the team has remained mum concerning his injury and why the star has pushed back his rehab from a prior ACL surgery nearly a year ago. (Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Defying the Odds - Caleb Smith sent a message to his community and the world by proving adversity can't keep him down. He recently won his first wrestling match for his St. Paul, Minnesota, high school, a feat made more inspirational by the fact that he did so with no arms or legs to help him ? they were amputated as a child  after he contracted a rare meningitis blood disorder. "If you see yourself as not being able to do something, at least you should try and do it. If you never do it at all, you will never know if you can do it or not," Smith told CBS Minnesota. (Photo: CBS)

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Defying the Odds - Caleb Smith sent a message to his community and the world by proving adversity can't keep him down. He recently won his first wrestling match for his St. Paul, Minnesota, high school, a feat made more inspirational by the fact that he did so with no arms or legs to help him — they were amputated as a child  after he contracted a rare meningitis blood disorder. "If you see yourself as not being able to do something, at least you should try and do it. If you never do it at all, you will never know if you can do it or not," Smith told CBS Minnesota. (Photo: CBS)

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Pom-Poms for Paris - Could Michael Jackson's 14-year-old daughter be joining the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleading squad? According to TMZ, after seeing Paris Jackson perform with her prep school's varsity squad, the Eagles' cheerleading squad has said the teen "has that wow factor that makes a great cheerleader," adding that they hope she will try out for a spot on the team in the future. (Photo: Apega/WENN.com)

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Wedding Bells - According to reports, LeBron James will wed fiancé Savannah Brinson in San Diego, California, the weekend of Sept. 13, 2013. The wedding announcement reportedly features a cartoon drawing of the cute couple piloting an airplane, with their two sons riding happily on its wings.  (Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Kobe Bryant Says "No" to North Korea - Is Kobe feeling left out? In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel last week, the Lakers star said he was never asked to visit North Korea and would "probably pass" if an invitation came around. Commenting about Dennis Rodman's new kinship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Bryant said, "I mean, I think we are all just as shocked as everybody is here about that ... but it?s a weird world." (Photos from left: Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Judy Eddy/WENN.com)

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Kobe Bryant Says "No" to North Korea - Is Kobe feeling left out? In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel last week, the Lakers star said he was never asked to visit North Korea and would "probably pass" if an invitation came around. Commenting about Dennis Rodman's new kinship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Bryant said, "I mean, I think we are all just as shocked as everybody is here about that ... but it’s a weird world." (Photos from left: Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Judy Eddy/WENN.com)