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Although Raiders coach Jon Gruden technically resigned, the resignation undoubtedly came under threat of termination, if he didn’t choose to leave voluntarily. Unresolved when he abruptly walked away was the balance of his reported 10-year, $100 million contract. Via Vic Tafur of TheAthletic.com, owner Mark Davis said Wednesday that a settlement has been reached. Gruden [more]
The Lakers had a 26-point lead against the 0-4 Thunder. They lost.
Tennessee quarterback enters the NCAA transfer portal.
From time to time, it’s been suggested that the litigation over the relocation of the Rams could result in at least $1 billion flowing from the NFL to St. Louis. It could be a lot more than that. The article from Seth Wickersham of ESPN.com detailing Tuesday’s meeting among owners regarding the possibility that Rams [more]
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.
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.
It worked, the Mavericks won.
The 6-foot 15-year-old generates head-turning power that will be on display under the lights.
The Browns had a massive injury report on Wednesday.
Ex-Jets head coach Rex Ryan did not mince his words when discussing New York's 54-13 Week 7 loss to the Patriots.
Michigan State QB pleads guilty to reckless driving
James Harden: "A foul is a foul no matter what league it is.”
Ben Roethlisberger says he's glad he's not the winningest QB at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Steve Kerr believes Damion Lee's success on the court is directly related to what is going on in his personal life.
The transfer portal is loaded with talent, and Texas needs help at multiple positions.
Here's how the Los Angeles Lakers graded individually in the 26-point collapse to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Joel Quenneville shouldn't have been anywhere near the Panthers' bench on Wednesday.
Bill Belichick's assistant coaches were often overworked and underpaid, but he sometimes rewarded the best with bonuses in the six figures.
Brundle was embroiled in an awkward exchange with the security of rapper Megan Thee Stallion