ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills fired general manager Doug Whaley, the team announced Sunday. The Bills were 30-34 in Whaley's four seasons as general manager. His only winning season came in 2014, when the Bills finished 9-7 but missed the playoffs. Buffalo's postseason drought extended to 17 seasons after a 7-9 finish in 2016. "After a thorough review of our football operations over the past several months, Kim [Pegula] and I informed Doug this morning that we will be moving in a new direction," Bills co-owner Terry Pegula said in a statement. "We have enjoyed working with Doug. He is a good person and we want to thank him for his work and commitment to our football team. This was my
Anthony Joshua stopped Wladimir Klitschko in round 11 of one of the best heavyweight fights in ages in front of a record crowd of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium. IBF world champion Joshua looked to have the edge in the first four rounds before scoring a knockdown in the fifth which brought the entire stadium to its feet. Klitschko actually finished the round strong enough to potentially cancel out the 10-8 score a knockdown usually brings, before dropping the champ himself in the sixth – the first time Joshua had been put on the canvas.
There was a moment during the NFL draft when cameras cut to Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly on his living room couch, slumped over to the side, the epitome of exhaustion and disappointment. Chad Kelly's draft party looks pretty lit if you ask us. Kelly fell hard in the draft and had to wait until