45 guys dressed as Magnum P.I. go to a Tigers game ... what could possibly go wrong?
NBA players Marcus and Markieff Morris go on trial Monday on felony assault charges stemming from a beating outside a Phoenix recreation center more than two years ago. The twin brothers could face a maximum of nearly four years in prison if they are found guilty. The trial threatens to disrupt the start of their 2017 NBA season with training camp set to begin for both players on Sept. 26.
The NFL just finished Week 2 and already fantasy owners face some trouble at the running back position, just as they did last year. It's not like this is a huge surprise. The RB1s are definitive and easy to spot. But it's when you're looking to fill that second running back spot that things get dicey, and it'll only get harder as the year goes on. To illustrate just how tough things are, let's rank each team by their fantasy football running back situations. 1. Pittsburgh Steelers Zero touchdowns for Le'Veon Bell, but he's the clear-cut three-down No. 1 back in an exceptional offense … as long as he's healthy (the same can be said everywhere, frankly). 2. Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott appears
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart knows he won’t have Danica Patrick on his roster of drivers next year, but he thinks Patrick will be in NASCAR in 2018. Stewart spent part of his morning Tuesday on “The Dan Patrick Show,” where he addressed a variety of topics — including Danica’s future. Patrick announced earlier in September that she would not return to SHR in 2018. “Good question,” Stewart replied when the host asked him about Patrick’s future. “I don’t know. I don’t know what she has planned. She has so much stuff going on. She reminds me a lot of me. She’s got wineries, she’s got her yoga stuff, she’s got a clothing line she’s working on. But I don’t see her leaving the sport. She’s