Namath didn't mince words while also targeting head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas.
No bobbleheads and no postseason meant nearly no fans for the Yankees on Monday.
Tiger Woods may not be playing any time soon, but his son is working his way up through the golf ranks.
How often do you get a chance to add a player who just rushed for 200-plus yards off the waiver wire? Well, this is one of those weeks.
This is not the first time Jones has been accused of dirty play.
On Monday night, the Eagles' defense shined.
The Jets are sticking with Zach Wilson at quarterback for their Week 4 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Cowboys defense didn't look the same after losing one of its stars.
The 'People's Panic Meter' is back and boy there is quite a bit of panic after Week 3. Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens do their best to react to everyone's submissions. Behrens also provides his top five waiver wire pickups for Week 4.
The Bengals picked up a desperately needed win while their offense continued to struggle with an ailing Joe Burrow.
The Steelers had a long trip home from Las Vegas.
The Irish had a marquee win in their grasp before a forgettable finish. How they deal with the loss could still impact the College Football Playoff picture.
The Browns quarterback also pushed an official during the loss to the Steelers, but the league didn't find it worth punishing.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde review a conflict-filled week of college football.
Kerr plans to try out different lineups in the preseason and didn't rule out a starting role for Paul.
Colorado’s blowout loss at Oregon cost it a spot in the Associated Press Top 25.
It's hard to identify what might slow down Miami, which is on a historic pace statistically through three games. But we'll do our best to figure out where to start.
How exactly did the Dolphins make a fellow professional football team look like an early season FCS opponent?
Don't be surprised if you have to spend all your FAB on these waiver wire pickups for Week 4.
Williams and Penix have combined for 34 TDs so far in 2023.