• Blue Jackets invite Stoll to camp; Osgood the owner; Bruins sign Moore (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • The off-season progress of Jaromir Jagr’s mullet is going great as he promotes his new calendar. • Add Jarret Stoll to the…

    Puck Daddy21 mins ago
  • Craig Sager’s cancer fight continues with rare third bone marrow transplant

    Craig Sager accepts the Jimmy V Award for Perserverance during the 2016 ESPYS. Thanks to an anonymous donor, tmrw my Dad will enter an unimaginable milestone w/ his 3rd bone marrow/stem cell transplant in a 3year span????????

    Ball Don't Lie21 mins ago
  • Athlon Sports ranks all 128 FBS starting quarterbacks

    Quarterback play is always under the microscope for every college football team. Finding and developing a reliable starter isn’t easy for some programs, but for other schools, the next quarterback steps in and the offense doesn’t miss a beat.

    Dr. Saturday25 mins ago
  • Fox News has a new nickname for Steve Spurrier

    Former South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is doing a press tour to promote his new memoir “Head Ball Coach,” but apparently someone at Fox News didn’t get an advance copy. Universally known as "Head Ball Coach" someone should tell the nerd running graphics at Fox News. OK, so Fox News is a news…

    Dr. Saturday49 mins ago
  • Ex-Jaguars RB Fred Taylor says NFL doctors hid injuries from him

    Former NFL running back Fred Taylor, who played the majority of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, says NFL doctors failed to reveal to him some major injuries during his career. Former Jaguars running back Fred Taylor, right, says NFL doctors didn’t reveal injuries to him (AP). Taylor…

    Shutdown Corner50 mins ago
  • Noah Syndergaard wants you to stop doing the wave

    SNY, the regional sports network that broadcasts (and is partially owned by) the Mets, posted a video of Syndergaard educating the public about proper baseball etiquette at Citi Field. Noah Syndergaard is thoroughly delightful and charming, which makes his etiquette rules easier to take.

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  • Steelers restructure Antonio Brown's contract, giving him more money in 2016

    Antonio Brown’s bank account just got a nice little bump. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ All-Pro receiver has reportedly restructured his contract with the team, moving $4 million of his 2017 salary to 2016. The Steelers have reportedly promised to give Brown a true extension next year.

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  • Report: Big 12 narrows expansion list to '6 to 8' schools

    With expansion still an unsettled issue for the Big 12 Conference, Commissioner Bowlsby gave his annual state of the league address to open football media days. The Big 12 has narrowed its list of potential expansion candidates to “six to eight” schools, according to a report on…

    Dr. Saturday
  • Veterans, including former Green Beret NFLer, show support for Kaepernick

    There are few players who have sniffed death on the front lines and life in the NFL, as Nate Boyer has. Former long snapper Nate Boyer had a very measured response to Colin Kaepernick (AP). If there’s anyone who might have an interesting, unique perspective on Colin Kaepernick’s lightning-rod…

    Shutdown Corner
  • Vegas team names, jersey ads and Carolina's moves (Puck Daddy Countdown)

    Note: The column formerly known as the Puck Daddy Power Rankings. Persistence is usually an admirable quality, and if you believe all those Success Memes with a black and white picture of Leonardo DiCaprio in a tux with some bottom-text, “failing is actually winning” or whatever.

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  • Richard Petty Motorsports replaces competition director

    RPM’s cars are 25th and 33rd in the points standings (Getty). Richard Petty Motorsports is changing personnel in the hopes of a performance boost. The team, which has struggled mightily in 2016, said Wednesday morning that competition director Sammy Johns would be replaced on a temporary basis by…

    From The Marbles
  • Fantasy Football draft kit: What you need to win a title

    In pursuit of a Fantasy Football title, our experts are here to provide award-winning analysis in the heart of draft season. Sign up now but before making your picks, we have made it easier to get ready by rounding up all their great advice in one place so you come out ahead of the competition and…

    Roto Arcade
  • Rougned Odor's walk-off homer gives Rangers yet another comeback win

    Rougned Odor already showed us he could land a right cross this season, now we’ve seen him deliver a gut-punch too. Odor hit a walk-off homer on Tuesday night against Seattle Mariners, a blast that gave the Rangers an 8-7 win and gave the Mariners their fourth straight loss, all but assuring their…

    Big League Stew
    Wed, Aug 31
    2:05 PM EDT
    Seattle at Texas
    Preview Game
  • Indians pitcher uses his foot to make one of the coolest catches you'll see

    Whoever coined the phrase probably didn’t have anything in mind like what we saw from Cleveland Indians pitcher Zack McAllister on Tuesday night. McAllister turned in a shining example of hand-eye coordination — and really, foot-eye coordination too — to make one of the most memorable catches…

    Big League Stew
    Wed, Aug 31
    7:10 PM EDT
    Minnesota at Cleveland
    Preview Game
  • Mostly NFL Notes: A 2016 NFC Season Preview

    NFC East Dallas Cowboys 9-7 New York Giants 9-7 (Wild Card) Washington Redskins 6-10 Philadelphia Eagles 5-11

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  • Larry Sanders accuses Bucks of concussion negligence after 2014 injury

    Larry Sanders has a lot to say about his bad fit with the NBA in a new feature. Former Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders is one of the more complicated players in recent NBA history. Sanders tore a ligament in his thumb during a nightclub fight a few weeks into the 2013-14 season, was revealed…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Two MLB teams didn’t even bother to scout Tim Tebow’s showcase

    Tim Tebow’s baseball showcase was about what you’d expect: He was impressive in some moments and he showed 10 years’ worth of rust in others. Twenty-eight of the 30 big-league teams were there to at least see what Tebow had to offer. Some, like the Boston Red Sox, left and quickly announced…

    Big League Stew
    Wed, Aug 31
    1:35 PM EDT
    Tampa Bay at Boston
    Preview Game