COMMENTARY | The New York Cosmos aren't just returning to the pitch this summer. They'll also be making a return to national television in the United States. More »Report: New York Cosmos Get US National TV Deal
COMMENTARY | Former Los Angeles Lakers champion Brian Shaw is quickly becoming one of the most coveted soon-to-be NBA coaches on the market this offseason. So much so, in fact, that a bidding war seems likely as multiple teams continue to express interest in bringing him in. More »Brian Shaw is the NBA's Most Wanted Coach, so Why'd the Lakers Pass on Him?
COMMENTARY | Al Jefferson may be the Rodney Dangerfield of the NBA. Despite several years of posting impressive numbers, including two stellar 20/10 seasons with the T-Wolves, Big Al has never been invited to the NBA's big party at the All-Star Weekend. More »Utah Jazz: The Top Five Moments from Al Jefferson
COMMENTARY | After the disappointing start on June 8 against the San Diego Padres, Jeff Francis' future as a starter for the Colorado Rockies is under question. The 32-year-old was taken by the Rockies in the first round of the 2002 draft, but management has to be questioning whether there is any more potential for Francis as a starter. More »Jeff Francis Finished as Starter for Colorado Rockies
COMMENTARY | If you, one of the ever-growing numbers of American EPL followers, have yet to commit your allegiance to a specific club, Hull -- the club, the supporters, the community and the city -- should be given due consideration. More »Why You Should Support Hull City
COMMENTARY | Since Week 11 of the 2012 season, Colin Kaepernick seized control of the starting quarterback job, helping guide the San Francisco 49ers to a 11-4-1 record. His playmaking ability and drive to win almost netted the franchise its sixth Super Bowl title. More »San Francisco 49ers: Three Things Colin Kaepernick Must Do to Be Successful in 2013
COMMENTARY | On Tuesday, June 11, the Pittsburgh Pirates' great hope in the rotation, Gerrit Cole, will make his major-league debut against the San Francisco Giants. More »Practice Patience Before Gerrit Cole's First MLB Start
COMMENTARY | UFC 151 will forever be remembered as the fight card that never was. More »Chael Sonnen Admits to Being Tipped Off About Dan Henderson's Injury Prior to UFC 151
COMMENTARY | For the first time in forever, the Dallas Cowboys have reason to be excited about the safety positions. More »Dallas Cowboys: Is 2013 a Make-or-break Year for Barry Church and Matt Johnson?
COMMENTARY | For 20 years, the Atlanta Braves were able to use permanent ink to write Chipper Jones' name into the three-hole of the batting order. This season, there have been more eraser marks on the Atlanta lineup card than a "Hello My Name Is" sticker at a Schizophrenia convention. Justin Upton has managed to remain the Braves' No. 3 hitter for much of the season, but, his recent struggles suggest the team may be better off with manager Fredi Gonzalez writing him in somewhere else in the order -- preferably in pencil. More »Atlanta Braves: Justin Upton Should Not Be Hitting No. 3 in the Batting Order
Training camp for the Detroit Lions looms ever closer and with it will come numerous battles for important positions on the roster. Detroit is in an interesting state of flux at the moment because there is a lot of turnover happening on the roster. More »Detroit Lions: Breaking Down 5 Best Position Battles
COMMENTARY | Though just a third-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1988, Billy Ashley quickly became a "can't-miss" slugging prospect due to his prodigious power potential. Between 1990 and 1992, Ashley established himself as a big-time power threat in the minors by clubbing 68 homers. More »Billy Ashley: The Los Angeles Dodgers’ 'Can’t-Miss' Power Prospect Who Failed in Grand Fashion
COMMENTARY | The Pittsburgh Steelers enter the 2013 season with a chip on their collective shoulders and a focused desire to prove that their subpar 2012 campaign was an anomaly. It will be no easy feat, as questions abound for the team on both sides of the ball. ... More »Five Incredible Moments from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger
COMMENTARY | The Texas Rangers rewarded 2-time All-Star shortstop Elvis Andrus with an 8-year, $118 million contract in the offseason. More »Will the Real Texas Rangers Shortstop Elvis Andrus Please Stand Up?
COMMENTARY | As the World Series of Fighting's third show draws near, a pair of disgruntled former UFC employees featured on the card have been stirring the pot quite a bit when it comes to the world of mixed martial arts needing a fighter's union. Jon Fitch and Jacob Volkmann were unceremoniously dumped by the UFC after losses at UFC 156 this past February and both have landed in WSoF. Both are featured on the main card and both have a bone to pick with their former employer. More »The Great Debate: Should MMA Fighters Form a Union?
COMMENTARY | There is joy in the unknown, and that is why it is fun to watch Minnesota Twins righty Sam Deduno pitch. Not only do you have no idea where his pitches are going, but, most of the time, he also doesn't have a clue. More »The Joy of Watching Samuel Deduno of the Minnesota Twins Pitch
COMMENTARY | The New Jersey Devils do not really dip into the free agent pool too often. General manager Lou Lamoriello has, instead, built teams through the draft and shrewd trading. As a result, it is actually somewhat difficult to come up with the franchise's five best free agent signings. With that said, here are the top five free agent signings in Devils history. More »New Jersey Devils: Five Best Free Agent Signings
COMMENTARY | In a week with not much fight news, Bellator's signing of former UFC and Pride standout Quinton "Rampage" Jackson dominated the headlines and comment sections throughout the MMA Internet world. To be more specific, Jackson has a unique deal that goes beyond King Mo's ground breaker that permitted the former Strikeforce champ to compete in Bellator and Viacom's wrestling property, TNA. More »Is Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's Bellator Signing a Bad Idea?
Could Rob Gronkowski’s Health Propel Rookie Tight End Zach Sudfeld onto the New England Patriots’ Final Roster?Yahoo! Contributor Network - Mon, Jun 10, 2013 1:40 PM EDT
COMMENTARY | The health of two-time NFL All-Pro Rob Gronkowski has put the New England Patriots' tight end position under evaluation. And while it's uncertain exactly how long No. 87 will be out following his recent forearm surgeries and looming back surgery, it is certain that someone else will have to step in. More »Could Rob Gronkowski’s Health Propel Rookie Tight End Zach Sudfeld onto the New England Patriots’ Final Roster?
COMMENTARY | Jacksonville Jaguars star running back Maurice Jones-Drew may not be representing the black and teal for much longer after a series of events have transpired within the last 12 months. More »Jacksonville Jaguars: Maurice Jones-Drew and His Murky Future with the Jaguars
COMMENTARY| Still floating around the consciousness of NBA fans despite the 2013 NBA Finals being under way, and the 2013 NBA draft just around the corner, are rumors about head coaching vacancies. These reports are particularly of interest to those who happen to being following a team whose season was over in December. I happen to be covering such a team. The 76ers are reportedly looking around patiently for a replacement to Doug Collins, who stepped down after three seasons of early playoff exits. ... More »Three Things the Philadelphia 76ers' Next Coach Must Do Next Season
COMMENTARY | In January of 2011, the Chicago Cubs made a significant trade for Tampa Bay Rays' pitcher Matt Garza. The idea at the time was that Garza would come in and help anchor the Cubs' starting rotation. Garza's durability was questioned even as the trade was in the works, but the consensus was that he was recovered from his injuries and was ready to be the ace so many people presumed he could be. More »Chicago Cubs: Was the Trade for Matt Garza Worth It?
COMMENTARY | The list of Washington Nationals first-round busts isn't especially long, in part because they've only been drafting for nine years but also because they've been unusually successful in the draft. More »The Washington Nationals' Top Five First-Round Busts
COMMENTARY | Cincinnati Bengals starting offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth has been known to express his personal opinion on public record every now and then, and this time decided to discuss his feelings on a what is becoming a hot topic around the NFL community. More »Cincinnati Bengals' Andrew Whitworth: 'I Would Hope that I was Financially Able to Quit'
COMMENTARY | It doesn't take a Hubie Brown statistical breakdown of the first two NBA Finals games to see why the San Antonio Spurs have a legitimate chance of upsetting the Miami Heat. More »Cleveland Cavaliers Can Learn How to Win from the San Antonio Spurs