The third baseman is likely to miss Kansas City's season opener.
As college basketball becomes a bigger, stronger, faster and more physical game, players have become more susceptible to head injuries like concussions.
Carl Edwards became a father a week ago and says, "It's definitely a different emotion than I've ever had."
The win is Johnson's second in a row. Carl Edwards finished 12th.
Carl Edwards finished in 13th place.
A compilation of photos from the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Whistler, British Columbia.
Carl Edwards finished the race in ninth place.
Photos from Sunday's Missouri Grand Prix races.
A former Rams running back was pulling for New Orleans in the Super Bowl.
San Francisco's Justin Smith had three tackles in the game.
Facing what could be the biggest yearly loss financially, some leaders are speaking out as the Negro Leagues Musuem decides on what changes need to be made.
Quin Snyder, now a coach in the NBA Development League, was ejected from a game Wednesday.
At the short news conference following a successful first public appearance, Mark McGwire attempted to move past steroids-related questions. "I've learned a lot," McGwire told fans. "Especially to kids out there, steroids are bad. I made a huge mistake in my life and it's something I want you guys to learn from. Don't ever, ever go down that road."
McGwire said in a statement sent to The Associated Press on Monday that he used steroids on and off for nearly a decade, including 1998, the year he broke the home run record.
Brad Smith rushes for 92 yards in the team's season finale.
Brad Smith returned a kickoff 106 yards for a touchdown.
The NFL gave a $120,000 grant to James Cook, a veterinarian and director of the Comparative Orthopaedic Laboratory at MU. The grant takes affect in January and allows Cook to research methods of diagnosing meniscal tears in NFL players.
St. Louis Rams fan Jacob Glazer and Kansas City Chiefs fan Theresa Musket won't be selling their season tickets anytime soon.
In doing so, Johnson joined Richard Petty (7), Dale Earnhardt (7) and teammate Jeff Gordon (4) as the only drivers to win more than three titles.