Jake Cronenworth drives in Wil Myers with a single to center-field, decreasing the Padres' deficit to 8-3 in the 8th
At one point during training camp, Raiders coach Jon Gruden called backup quarterback Marcus Mariota a "dazzling playmaker." His immediate future suddenly quite isn't so bright. Vic Tafur of TheAthletic.com explains that Mariota hasn't become the potential alternative to Derek Carr that the one-year, $7.5 million investment would suggest. As Tafur explains it, the competition [more]
This will be the first time since WWII that the Kentucky Derby won't run on the first Saturday in May.
The theory that NFL teams would go with three quarterbacks to start the pandemic-impacted season took a hit Saturday. Perhaps most noteworthy was Miami releasing Josh Rosen, a first-round selection by Arizona in 2018 who was dealt to the Dolphins last year after the Cardinals took Kyler Murray with the top overall selection. Rosen was behind veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and first-rounder Tua Tagovailoa on the depth chart.
After Peterson was released in Washington on Friday, a few teams have come forward to inquire about adding him to the roster.
Rory McIlroy hit the most relatable shot ever on Saturday after catching one a little fat from the rough at the Tour Championship.
When word surfaced that the Patriots waived fifth-round pick Justin Rohrwasser on Saturday, the initial response was that veteran Nick Folk had won the team's kicking job. Folk may well handle the kicking duties for the Patriots, but it's not quite that simple. Jeff Howe of TheAthletic.com reports that Folk has been released. With waiver [more]
After an underwhelming competition in camp, the Bears have finally chosen their starting QB in Mitchell Trubisky. Here are my takeaways.
The Seattle Seahawks are waiving defensive end/linebacker Shaquem Griffin, twin brother to cornerback Shaquill Griffin, per multiple reports.
The Lakers find themselves in a duel with the small-ball Rockets that could test their very being. In tall vs. small, L.A. must match the big moment.
The US Open was plunged into controversy Saturday after New York health officials ordered the women's top doubles pairing be withdrawn from the tournament due to possible exposure to coronavirus.
Brandon Jones played it out in his mind over and over as he drove behind leaders Denny Hamlin and Ross Chastain. When the moment arrived, Jones was ready to pounce. Jones swept past leaders Chastain and Hamlin two laps from the end to win the Xfinity Series event at Darlington Raceway on Saturday.