1. Jets Set on a WR

The New York Daily News says the Jets have their sights set on wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and Emmanuel Sanders in free agency.

2. Maple Leaf Your Website Alone

Canadian bobsledder Justin Kripps has his own website and is ready for the Olympic Games. However, if Kripps wants to update his website, good luck.

Kripps tried to access his website when he got to Russia, but found out it was blocked. There was nothing obscene on Kripps' site, which talked about his events, times, etc.

3. Scary Situation in Pittsburgh

Penguins defenseman Kris Letang had a stroke last week, and will miss 6 weeks of action.

Letang was held out of a game last week against the Kings when he was dizzy and nauseated.

The condition is treatable with blood-thinners and is not believed to be career-threatening.

4. He Took the Bait

A thief who broke into a tackle-and-bait shop in Rochester, Minnesota had the gills scared off of him by a singing fish.

The intruder broke into the Hooked On Fishing store on Sunday night, but was startled when Big Mouth Billy Bass started singing, "Take Me to the River" when he broke through the front door. The intruder then knocked the fish off the wall, but didn't steal anything.

5. Update on Attempted Hi-Jacking

Reuters is reporting Turkish authorities are on board the plane where a passenger attempted to hijack the aircraft and divert it to Sochi. The plane made a safe landing in Istanbul, with 110 passengers on board. Reuters says the suspect, who claimed a bomb was onboard, was likely under the influence of alcohol and never reached the cockpit.