TIGER TAKES A DROP
In the first round of the PGA Quail Hollow Championship, Tiger Woods shot a 74 (+2) - the worst round of any of the 21 rounds he's played since shooting a 75 to hand Y.E. Yang the 2009 PGA Championship. Tiger won this event back in 2007, but now he's in danger of missing a cut in a regular PGA Tour event for the first time in five years. He's back on the tee at 12:50 pm ET.
More of what's happening At This Hour, including the lack of the AK-47, and why the lack of Chris Johnson doesn't concern his teammates, after the jump.
Andrei Kirilenko's injured left calf will still keep him out of tonight's Game 6 against Denver. It's healthy, but he still needs to build its strength in order to play. He's missed 20 of Utah's last 22 games since first straining at against the Bucks on March 12th.
As Chris Johnson continues to miss offseason workouts and push for a new contract with Tennessee, the Titans don't seemed overly concerned. Coach Jeff Fisher tells The Tennessean, "We would all prefer that he is here. Again, he eventually will come back. He knows what it takes to get into shape." And receiver Nate Washington says, "At the end of the day, this is how we feed our families. Just as the next man is working at the insurance office or a firefighter working, everybody has to feed their family. And to be one of the best at what you do, you expect the best. Whenever he is ready to come back we'll accept him with open arms.''