Each day during the noon hour, we'll offer five reading recommendations from around the Web.
1. Golf needs a rival for Tiger [By Ian O'Connor, Bergen Record]: Tiger has 14 Major championships to his name, but he still needs a Phil Mickelson or some other contemporary to challenge him for the titles.
2. Unlike on court, Marbury departs with an assist [By Mitch Lawrence, New York Daily News]: Stephon Marbury brought only embarassment and shame to Madison Square Garden. His buyout agreement, though, freed the Knicks of his issues.
3. Dodgers start Cactus League play without Ramirez [By Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times]: Today marks the first day that Manny Ramirez officially becomes a distraction for the Dodgers in Spring Training.
4. Saying goodbye isn't easy but it's right [By Bob Kravitz, Indianapolis Star]: At the end of the day, the Colts had to part ways with the second most productive wide receiver in NFL history.
5. Roddick protest worthy of praise [By Gwen Knapp, San Francisco Chronicle]: While many in tennis offered their spin, Andy Roddick showed some spine in the Shahar Peer situation.