• Spurs waive Ryan Richards, open roster spot

    The Spurs drafted Ryan Richards No. 49 in 2010, and he could’ve signed with San Antonio any year since. To maintain a second-rounder’s rights, a team must extend a required tender – a one-year contract, surely unguaranteed at the minimum. If the player rejects the offer, those rights extend another…

  • Ronda Rousey wants a shot at Cris 'Cyborg,' but there's one issue in the way

    It's been an historic week for UFC and president Dana White. The organization announced its main event for UFC 205, the first MMA pay-per-view in New York City with Conor McGregor taking on Eddie Alvarez. In addition, it sounds like UFC superstar Ronda Rousey may be getting closer to a return.…

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  • Trump Wanted to Fire Female Employees from His Golf Course Who Weren't 'Pretty Enough,' Staff Reportedly Alleged in Lawsuit

    Donald Trump wanted women he deemed unattractive to be fired from working at the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, the Los Angeles Times reports, citing court documents from a 2012 lawsuit. Sue Kwiatkowski, a former restaurant manager at the club until 2009, reportedly added in…

  • Tiger Woods' Presence Already Benefiting the Fiery Patrick Reed

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. What Is the Real Reason for the U.S. Ryder Cup Failures? On GOLF Live, our panel discusses why the Americans have failed to have any success in the Ryder Cup over the last 15 years.CHASKA, Minn. -- The other members of Patrick Reed's foursome, or pod, didn't want to play a second…

  • McDaniels’ tenure as Patriots’ OC likely winding down

    FOXBORO - A long, detailed, well-written, behind-the-scenes look at Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels achieves two things. The article, written for Bleacher Report by longtime NFL reporter Dan Pompei , investigates the growth of McDaniels as a person and coach since his ill-fated run as…

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  • Shark explodes on fish hooked by fisherman, thanks to deckhand’s gaffe; video

    A fisherman battling a decent-sized game fish, presumably a tuna, got the fish to the boat where it was well within range for the deckhand to gaff. In fact, the deckhand did gaff the fish momentarily, but it fell off an instant later. It was not a good showing by the deckhand. But as it turned out,…

  • Ex-WWE Star Cody Rhodes Breaks Silence On Last Name Controversy

    Since leaving WWE, many presumed Cody Rhodes would be able to continue using the Rhodes name, since it was the working name of his late father, Dusty Rhodes (born Virgil Runnels). However, when it became apparent that WWE wouldn’t allow him to use the name, many fans suggested alternatives that…

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    Tim Tebow homers in first professional at-bat (9 photos)

    New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow's baseball career has barely even begun and he's already a legend. The former quarterback turned outfielder hit a home run on the first pitch he saw as a professional baseball player.

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  • Carson Wentz stays true to North Dakota roots, nails 8-point buck

    Carson Wentz is still the lovable North Dakota, cargo-wearing country kid you fell in love with this summer and who took your heart away during the Eagles' 3-0 start. On Wednesday, Wentz tweeted a picture of himself with an 8-point buck he aparently shot with a bow and arrow, giving us a glimpse…

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  • Figure skating costume designer Jef Billings dies at 71

    Jef Billings, a renowned costume designer who directed some of figure skating's biggest names with Stars on Ice, has died. Close friend and assistant Regina Winters said he died of natural causes. ''Jef has the unique distinction of having worked on every Stars on Ice tour from its beginning,'' the…

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  • Fantasy Football: Who to start and sit in Week 4

    Ah yes, welcome to the start of bye weeks. Deciding who to start on your fantasy football team is only getting tougher. Here's my weekly take on some potential trust-or-bust players. Start: Alshon Jeffery If you're an Alshon Jeffery owner, you don't need me to tell you that Jeffery's numbers have…

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  • Ungrateful Atlanta Braves take the money and run

    The Major League Baseball team hits peak greed as it flees the city, writes Jason Notte.

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    Here’s What Happens When an Ordinary Person Tries Racing Michael Phelps

    We know what it looks like when Michael Phelps swims against the greatest athletes in the world. But, one can’t help but wonder what it would look like if the 23-time Olympic gold medalist went up against more ordinary competition.

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  • Golf-Ryder Cup first tee a 'forever' moment

    By Larry Fine CHASKA, Minnesota, Sept 29 (Reuters) - It is an individualist game at its core, yet some of golf's most vivid moments come from the Ryder Cup and the first tee of the preeminent team competition in the sport. "There's nothing really to compare it to," said Rickie Fowler, who this week…

  • Will Kenneth Dixon provide spark Ravens rushing attack needs?

    Will rookie Kenneth Dixon provide the spark that the Ravens’ rushing attack needs? Dixon is moving closer to returning from his knee injury, after practicing Wednesday on a limited basis. No definite timetable has been given for Dixon’s return, but to say the Ravens have been eager to get him back…

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  • Video: Scott Boras eulogizes Jose Fernandez

    Agent Scott Boras eulogized Jose Fernandez at his funeral on Thursday.

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  • What Twitter can learn from the Green Bay Packers

    Writing in the Guardian, Nathan Schneider digs into the Packers organization’s playbook, suggesting that, rather than selling out to another publicly traded company, Twitter should team up with its users ...