England Swaps Keepers
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Back in the Pack
Cliff Lee Trade Rumors Swirl


Multiple reports suggest that England is making a switch in net ahead of this afternoon's match against Algeria. Robert Green gifted the American equalizer in the opener, and manager Fabio Capello will replace him with David James after Green was shaky in a final training session. James has been hit by injury, including a knee problem aggravated on the flight to South Africa.

More of what's happening At This Hour, including the dawn of Day 2 at Pebble, and how long the Mariners will take to decide whether to trade Cliff Lee, after the jump.


Tiger Woods finished his first round at the U.S. Open at 3-over par (74) and finished without a birdie at a major for the first time since the 2003 Masters. Phil Mickelson finished his first round at 4-over par (75) and finished his second-worst first round ever at the U.S. Open. It's the first time ever in a PGA TOUR event that both of them failed to make a birdie in the same round. They're five and six shots back of the leaders respectively as the second round gets set to tee off this morning at Pebble Beach (10:00 am ET). You can see Tiger tee off live in SportsCenter (11:00am ESPN2).

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Cliff Lee becomes a free agent after the season, which means he could become an ex-Mariner after mere months in Seattle. And as the Mariners continue to struggle, general manager Jack Zduriencik will have a decision to make. "It really depends on how we play in the next 10 days to two weeks," he said. "There are always calls. Everyone is very polite. They realize we haven't played how we'd like to have played. They know where we are in the standings. Guys are like, 'If you ever get to a point in time you want to talk, give me a call.'"