BARCELONA, Spain - Lionel Messi has returned from Argentina and resumed training with his Barcelona teammates while he waits to be cleared by team doctors to play. cheapnfljerseysfreeshippingwholesale . Messi tore his left hamstring on Nov. 10 and had been in his home country recovering since Nov. 29. Barcelona also says that goalkeeper Victor Valdes has been given the go-ahead by team doctors to return. Valdes looks set to start for Barcelona in Sundays home Spanish league match against Elche for his first action in six weeks since hurting a right leg muscle while playing for Spain in a friendly at South Africa. Barcelona had its only two losses so far this season playing without Messi and Valdes. Barcelona leads the Spanish league along with Atletico Madrid. wholesale jerseys china . You can watch the game live on TSN and TSN Mobile TV at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt and join our Game Night Blog for playoff updates. The third-seeded Panthers are coming off their first-ever Southeast Division title, but the club did not fare well in its first postseason test since the spring of 2000. cheap nfl jerseys . Boston held a nine-game lead over Tampa Bay in the AL wild-card race on Sept. 4 and seemed set to glide into the playoffs.Houston, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing will reportedly miss the remainder of the season after suffering a leg injury during Sundays game against Kansas City. According to the Houston Chronicle, Cushing has a fractured fibula and a torn lateral collateral ligament in his left knee. He is expected to undergo further tests on Monday and will likely need surgery. Cushing was hurt in the third quarter of the 17-16 loss when Kansas Citys Jamaal Charles went low to throw a block on the linebacker. ";Its not how many times you fall down but how many times you get back up," Cushing wrote on his Twitter account after the game. cheap jerseys. "Life is tough but Im the toughest SOB its ever seen. Ill be back." Cushing, who was leading the team with 48 tackles this season, played just five games last year because of a torn ACL in the same knee. The 2009 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year agreed to a contract extension in the offseason, reported to be a six-year deal worth than $55 million with $21 million guaranteed. ' ' '