Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown joined the Dennis & Callahan show Monday morning to talk about the American military's raid on Osama bin Laden's Pakistani hideout that ended in the death of the world's most-wanted terrorist.

Osama bin Laden, the head of al-Qaida and the man described as the man behind the 9/11 attacks on the United States nearly 10 years ago, is dead. President Barack Obama addressed the nation from the White House late on Sunday night to announce that an eight-month undertaking came to fruition on Sunday, when a small team of Americans killed the terrorist at a compound in Pakistan.

"Justice has been done," Obama said.

High-profile attorney Gloria Allred, who on Wednesday stood with Giants fan Justin Quinn and accused Braves coach Roger McDowell of making crude comments, gestures and threats to fans over the weekend, said Thursday that a second fan has contacted her about an incident involving McDowell in another state. The commissioner's office said it is waiting for the Braves to finish gathering information before making a decision about possible punishment.

Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis accepted an invitation to join President Barack Obama at a dinner affair in New York Wednesday night. "We spoke for about 10 minutes, and the first thing he said to me was, 'How's the Island?' " Revis said. "I was laughing. I couldn't believe it. This is the President of the United States, and he knows about Revis Island."

Sports Business Journal has a study of how sports teams are faring in social media. All four of the Boston major sports teams rank second or third in their respective leagues based on total number of Twitter followers plus Facebook likes, and all but the Bruins are in the top 18 worldwide. The world rankings are dominated by European soccer teams, with the Lakers the only American team in the top eight.

Michael Vick is speaking out against a cell phone app in which players train dogs to fight. The Eagles quarterback, who serve 21 months in prison for his role in a dog-fighting ring, joined the Humane Society in criticizing the designer of "Dog Wars" and calling for the removal of the game. "This app just sends the wrong message," Vick said in a statement.

Derek Jeter's feud with Yankees teammate Alex Rodriguez was real, and it was worse than it appeared to the public, according to a Jeter biography due out next month. The New York Post has the highlights, including how A-Rod unsuccessfully begged for forgiveness at Jeter's house after making derogatory comments in a newspaper article.

NHL vice president Colin Campbell is not pleased with the criticism he's been receiving about punishments for hits to the head. "Thankless job? Yeah, it's thankless," he said in an interview with Toronto's TSN Radio 1050. "Especially at this time of year when there's so much at play here with the playoffs and cities are involved. When you rule on certain situations, all of a sudden you become public enemy No. 1, so ... Am I pissed off right now? Yeah, I'm pissed off."

Former Braves pitcher Tom Glavine has shown interest in forming an investment group to purchase the Thrashers. The Billerica native was a standout prep hockey player who was drafted by the Kings but chose a career in baseball instead. Now, he wants to keep hockey in Atlanta, despite the fact that the Thrashers are one of the league's least valuable teams.

A 63-year-old woman from Yonkers, N.Y., sued the Yankees, claiming her late uncle designed the team's top-hat logo in 1936. Tanit Buday claims then-Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert asked Kenneth Timur to make the design, long credited to sports artist Henry Alonzo "Lon" Keller. Yankees spokeswoman Alice McGillion said there's no proof of Buday's claim. "This is a wonderful country, where anybody can sue for anything, even when the allegations are over 70 years old," McGillion said.