Sports On Hold
Athletes, coaches and general managers are putting sports on hold while they mourn the thousands of people who were killed during the attacks - including people from the sports world.
Here's what some of your favorite athletes and coaches are saying about the horrible attacks.
"For a lot of people my age, we've only read about history and haven't really felt the impact of terror that we're dealing with."
-San Diego Padres pitcher, Trevor Hoffman.
"This is a national disaster and I wouldn't want to watch
-San Francisco Giants shortstop, Rich Aurilia.
"This is an unbelievable tragedy. Stuff likes this happens in plenty other places around the world every day, but we're blind to the fact that it can happen here. That's why everyone is in such shock. No one ever expected this to happen here."
-Ottawa Sentaors defenseman, Wade Redden.
"This is a sad, sad day in America."
"It's unconscionable to think this could happen. We're all speechless on what happened, but we'll try to get through it and try to help people who suffered losses and have been hurt."
-New York Jets quarterback, Vini Testeverde.
These games are being cancelled because other things are more important - like caring for injured people, looking for survivors, being with family and making sure the United States is safe. Major concerts and entertainment events have also been cancelled. But don't let that drag you down. The games will be back on eventually and you can take your mind of the bad news by playing sports with your friends.