There might not be a flurry of activity, but there's one huge name — and a few decent-sized names — who could be moved.
For much of the fourth quarter last weekend, Bryant-Denny Stadium resembled one of the local dive bars down the street
Charlie Morton, one of the greatest playoff pitchers of his era, suffered a right fibula fracture during Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday night.
Philadelphia 76ers legend Allen Iverson speaks on the Ben Simmons situation with the team.
It worked, the Mavericks won.
The last time Steph Curry put up these kind of numbers, he won his first NBA MVP.
The 6-foot 15-year-old generates head-turning power that will be on display under the lights.
James Harden: "A foul is a foul no matter what league it is.”
Tom Brady dug into the archives while on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" broadcast with Peyton and Eli Manning to reveal which defense gave him the most issues in New England.
Ex-Jets head coach Rex Ryan did not mince his words when discussing New York's 54-13 Week 7 loss to the Patriots.
Ben Roethlisberger says he's glad he's not the winningest QB at FirstEnergy Stadium.
If the Detroit Lions want a quarterback with their top 2022 pick, they may want to trade back or risk reaching, according to Todd McShay.
It’s never too early to react and overreact after one week of the NBA season. Which early trends will continue, and which will soon fade?
Bill Belichick's assistant coaches were often overworked and underpaid, but he sometimes rewarded the best with bonuses in the six figures.
Michigan State QB pleads guilty to reckless driving
Brundle was embroiled in an awkward exchange with the security of rapper Megan Thee Stallion
The race for the Heisman Trophy has coalesced around five quarterbacks with a legitimate chance at the greatest individual honor in college sports.
A bit one-sided.
Washington State set up a meeting between its now-fired coach and a top immunologist to attempt to educate Rolovich about COVID-19 vaccines.
Andrew Friedman is headed into an offseason filled with crucial decisions involving the Los Angeles Dodgers’ big-name free agents, a rebuild of the starting rotation and Trevor Bauer’s future with the team. As always, Friedman is guided by the ultimate goal of the monied Dodgers, saying, “The number one objective is to put ourselves in the best position to win in 2022.” After coming within two wins of reaching the World Series for the fourth time in five years, the Dodgers' president of baseball operations defined the team's postseason as “our struggle to consistently score runs.”