The Bears made a strange decision late in their loss to the Broncos.
Russ Francis made the Pro Bowl three times with the Patriots and won Super Bowl XIX with the Niners
Wakefield's 19-year MLB career included 17 years with the Red Sox and two with the Pirates.
Rodney Harrison tried to get Chris Jones to rip Zach Wilson, to no avail.
There were some famous faces at MetLife Stadium Sunday night, but the most popular with Jets fans might have been one they didn't expect: a version of Wilson that actually outplayed Patrick Mahomes for a stretch.
“I’m not a test-taker. I play football.” Indeed, while Stroud is off to a modest 2-2 start, the Texans have been elated internally to see their rookie take command this quickly,
What can we make of the four wild-card series before the games get underway Tuesday?
The NFL might have been done with Baker Mayfield, but he certainly wasn’t done with the NFL.
Alvarez routed Jermell Charlo to retain the undisputed super middleweight title Saturday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. But does it make sense to have him face Crawford, the undisputed welterweight champion, in his next outing?
Vincent Goodwill breaks down the trade that sent Jrue Holiday to the Boston Celtics over the weekend, discusses the end of superstar free agency and the myth of player empowerment, and is then joined by Jake Fischer to discuss level 4 of our NBA Levels project.
The conference doesn't have many playoff contenders this season.
Fantasy football analyst Jorge Martin recaps the exploits of a trio of young stars in the making in Week 4.
The United States put up a fight late, but Europe was simply too strong all week long.
Cousins would like to have this one back.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde review the loaded slate of Week 5 college football games on today’s podcast.
The Bears quickly clarified after coach Matt Eberflus said Chase Claypool had a choice to attend Sunday's game.
The NASCAR Cup Series playoff Round of 12 shifts to the unpredictable high banks of Talladega this weekend.
Saturday's Ryder Cup matches ended with an enraged Rory McIlroy and a newly inspired American squad.
Kenny Pickett was sacked awkwardly in the third quarter and helped off the field.
The Chiefs took a big lead early, and then it turned into a close game.