The Buffalo Bills may be planning more major moves to help the defense, a new report suggests.
The Washington Football Team has dipped its toe in the quarterback carousel this offseason, signing Ryan Fitzpatrick and exploring trades for a variety of other options. As the 2021 NFL Draft approaches, Washington could be planning something even bigger.
Deshaun Watson's attorney says the QB admits he had sexual encounters with some of his massage therapists over the years — but insists it was always consensual.
The Utah Jazz have the best record in the NBA, but they are not the favorites in the Western Conference, especially over the Los Angeles Lakers. In fact, the Lakers are the best team in the West once LeBron James and Anthony Davis are healthy. There is very limited competition with the Lakers’ star power, even teams with a better record like the Phoenix Suns.
Otto Porter Jr. has reportedly had no discussions about a contract buyout with the Orlando Magic since coming over from the Chicago Bulls in a deadline-day trade, per Marc Stein of the New York Times.
Former Boston Celtics big man Kendrick Perkins has never been shy about sharing his feelings on all things basketball. The 2008 NBA champion turned ESPN analyst regularly brings the heat on television as well as social media with a seemingly endless flow of hot takes.
The NCAA could be preparing to dump a key recruiting rule that hasn’t really done what the organization hoped it would do.
In a $50 million federal racketeering lawsuit, an associate athletic director at Louisiana State University accuses university officials of retaliating against her for reporting racist remarks and inappropriate sexual behavior by former head football coach Les Miles.
Nothing will be crazier than this story for the remainder of this year.
Detroit traded Nemeth (undisclosed) to the Avalanche for a 2022 fourth-round pick Friday.
The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired Columbus Blue Jackets forward Riley Nash in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2022, the team announced Friday.
The Vancouver Canucks are heading in the right direction in the wake of the worst COVID-19 outbreak of the NHL season but still have a way to go before they'll be back in action.
Cincinnati is firing men's basketball coach John Brannen less than a week after placing him on paid administrative leave amid a university review of the program, the school announced Friday. The school first announced its review of allegations involving the program late last month.
Bert Smith hasn’t seen the moment that made him famous. His wife has seen it once, and she’ll never watch it again. If you saw it, you understand.
Eyes were raised on Thursday when reports surfaced that Major League Baseball had collected multiple baseballs thrown by Los Angeles Dodgers ace and reigning National League Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer during Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Oakland Athletics.
Because of the way the Cubs’ offseason played out (we knew there wouldn’t be a ton of spending, we knew there were very specific slots from a very specific tier of free agency that were going to get filled and then that was that), I didn’t pay as much attention to the big picture, back-end-of-free-agency conversation as I normally would. Once the Cubs made their decisions, I kinda transitioned fully into “season mode.”
In an ordinary Major League Baseball season, early April would be a tad too soon for trade speculation. But in 2021, it feels like it's never too early to start considering trades teams might make.
Talk about dedication!!!
There are many unanswered questions about the future at Napoli these days after what’s been a largely disappointing 2020-21 season, but one decision that seems practically set in stone is the exit of Chelsea loanee Tiémoué Bakayoko.
The Deshaun Watson civil cases will have their first hearings on Friday.
The Green Bay Packers are currently set to run it back with all of their 2020 wide receivers — plus veteran Devin Funchess — but could another NFL team desperate for effective pass-catchers persuade them to trade away one of their starters?
The Chargers answered their massive question at quarterback last year when they drafted ?Justin Herbert? , threw him into the fire and came away with a signal-caller made of steel.
Scouting reports on NBA draft prospects cover a lot of ground.
When Erik Spoelstra first pulled Tyler Herro from the Miami Heat starting five, there was a little shock and awe. Maybe it was more from the fans who had grown a pseudo-crush on the baby-faced kid from Wisconsin.
The Miami Heat have an answer to their question at backup center, signing Dewayne Dedmon on Thursday.