Bryson DeChambeau no longer has the Trump logo on his golf bag and he had little to say about the PGA's decision to move its 2022 championship.
Jalen Ramsey was not happy when the Packers scored their first touchdown, and we can't blame him.
Lamar Jackson took plenty of punishment against the Bills.
The Hall of Famer gave the NBA star an all-time scolding on TNT.
Deshaun Watson is reportedly upset at the hiring mess. Jack Easterby, in the center of it, is lashing out at others.
James Harden went off against the Orlando Magic in the Brooklyn Nets' win on Saturday.
The Rams had half a chance against the Packers until Aaron Rodgers got the look he wanted, and flashed an evil grin.
FOX's Jay Glazer affirmed the news on Saturday
This could open up some huge opportunities for New England in the 2021 NFL Draft.
There's no way Urban Meyer and the Jacksonville Jaguars would actually pass up Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, right?
A fan favorite from the UFC's tournament days, Paul Varelans has died after a battle with COVID-19.
Newly-acquired Nets guard James Harden responded to the comments from John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins who criticized his exit from Houston.
Urban Meyer was introduced to the nation as the Jacksonville Jaguars' coach Friday - and his press conference didn't disappoint. There were several takeaways from the process, but the biggest question on everyone's mind was his health. As many can ...
The Beard is off and running in Brooklyn.
Stephen A. Smith still wants Kyrie Irving to retire. Charles Barkley just thinks the Brooklyn Nets point guard needs to grow up.
The New Orleans Saints have a favorable matchup against a familiar opponent in the Divisional Round with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tacko Fall once again stole the show Friday night, banking home a deep 2 in the 4th quarter and sending the Celtics bench into a frenzy.
Aaron, meet Aaron. And Aaron.
Jets Wire takes a look at seven 49ers free agents Robert Saleh's Jets could target this offseason.
Francisco Lindor, Kris Bryant, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager were among 112 players who agreed to one-year contracts Friday, leaving just 13 to swap salary arbitration figures during a slow offseason in the aftermath of the financial carnage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The deals came on the deadline day for eligible players and teams to exchange proposed 2021 salaries. Lindor, the star shortstop acquired last week by the New York Mets from Cleveland, got the largest of the deals at $22.3 million.