Marty Cordova won the AL Rookie of the Year Award and played nine seasons. But he’s best known for a tanning incident gone wrong in Baltimore.
With his college career over, former Florida Atlantic and ‘Last Chance U’ quarterback De’Andre Johnson has a new job. What’s he up to?
Former New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera has a strong relationship with President Donald Trump. How and when did that friendship start?
Former Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller is Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s newest reclamation project. But will the partnership work?
MLB Hall of Famer Tim Raines always slid into bases headfirst when he played for the Montreal Expos. The reason for that may shock you.
Ex-Yankees phenom Joba Chamberlain dazzled and earned good money in the majors. The fist-pumping reliever just lost everything in an auction.
Onterrio Smith could have been the Minnesota Vikings’ next great running back. Then, the Whizzinator incident happened. Just what happened?
Grizzlies star Ja Morant is the presumptive Rookie of the Year. Who could have predicted that when Morant went unranked and had no ‘stars’ in high school?
Shareece Wright needed to get from Chicago to New York immediately. A $900 Uber ride in 2017 may have saved his spot with the Buffalo Bills.
Years before he became a starting receiver for the Indianapolis Colts, Chester Rogers was a notable child actor. This is his story.
Pacers forward T.J. Warren is reviving his career in the NBA’s bubble. His impressive games are making his rookie card’s price skyrocket.
Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders lived a wild life. He gave all that up when he devoted his life to religion in the 1990s.
San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatís Jr. has a famous father. How good was his father, Fernando Sr., when he played in the majors?
Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart tweeted he wants to make a comeback under The Rock in the XFL. What if Leinart is serious?
Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon has quietly been a very productive running back the last two seasons. How good will he be in 2020?
The Washington Football Team released Derrius Guice after he was arrested on domestic violence charges. Will the former LSU star play again?
Houston Texans receiver Brandin Cooks said he isn’t worried about his multiple concussions. Cooks is lying to himself and others.
Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski is the grandson of Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski. The younger “Yaz” has become a solid player.
Veteran NFL receiver Michael Floyd struggled with alcohol in his career. Floyd once blamed a failed breathalyzer test on tea the Vikings gave him.
Oakland Athletics coach Ryan Christenson unintentionally made two Nazi gestures on live TV. The Athletics need to take action immediately.
BYU offensive lineman Eli Herring refused to play in the NFL for religious reasons. That didn’t stop the Raiders from drafting him in 1995.
Angels star Mike Trout is baseball’s best active player. But was Trout, who reached the majors at 19, the youngest player in MLB history?
All-Pro cornerback Dre’ Bly had an excellent NFL career. Bly’s son, Jordan, is a talented wide receiver who just announced his college stop.
Quarterback Wyatt Roberts was among the first noteworthy stories on ‘Last Chance U.’ Where is the talented gunslinger now?
Bills quarterback Josh Allen set an embarrassing record in his first two seasons. But the stat may not reflect poorly on Allen. Here’s why.
Longtime Washington Redskins owner George Preston Marshall was against integrating his team. Here’s how a sportswriter almost did that for him.
Raheem Brock excelled at forcing fumbles with the Indianapolis Colts. His true fumble came when he earned a theft conviction over a bar tab.
Injuries and inconsistency have plagued New York Yankees catcher Gary Sánchez’s career. Is he entering his final chapter with the Yankees?
Angels star Shohei Ohtani was hailed as the game’s next great two-way player. The Angels need to have Ohtani focus on hitting going forward.
Legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young, a devout Mormon, attended BYU. Interestingly, he was related to the school’s namesake.
Longtime MLB pitcher Jake Peavy became very religious as a child. Peavy later won two World Series titles and a Cy Young Award.
John Smith played 10 seasons with the New England Patriots. He had an incredible journey from England to teaching to kicking in the NFL.
People magazine named Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Rich Gannon its ‘Sexiest Athlete.’ Only one problem. They featured teammate Elvis Grbac instead.
Caleb King was arrested after the Vikings running back completed his rookie year. Why? He didn’t like when someone said he resembled Eddie Murphy.
New York Yankees announcer John Sterling called over 5,000 straight games from 1989 to 2019. He created some incredible records along the way.
Former Carolina Panthers guard Jeremy Bridges has had various legal issues. He was also recently involved in an expensive child support battle.
Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Duce Staley has coached for the team since 2011. He just received an important and sudden promotion.
Kevin McClatchy became the youngest owner in MLB history at 33 years old. He also saved the Pittsburgh Pirates from moving to Washington D.C.
New York Mets star outfielder Yoenis Cespedes opted out of the 2020 season. The controversial buildup may have concluded his uneven Mets stint.
Todd Helton is a Colorado Rockies legend who could be in the Hall of Fame soon. Just how much money did Helton make in the majors?
Former Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Everett openly shared his religious views. That made the All-Star an easy target for media members.
Eugene Robinson was an All-Pro safety and human being. That made his 1999 arrest before the Super Bowl so shocking and ugly.
Denver Broncos receiver David Kircus was arrested in May 2007. Not even a lie detector could save his spot with the Broncos.
Orlando Magic star Jonathan Isaac didn’t kneel for the national anthem for religious reasons. He unintentionally exposed the NBA world’s hypocrisy in the process.
Minnesota Twins star third baseman Gary Gaetti was a devout Christian. His deep religious views rubbed one of his teammates the wrong way.
The Tampa Bay Rays incited a social media stir by tweeting about Breonna Taylor. Now, the local police departments are unhappy with the Rays.
The Jacksonville Jaguars took a risk drafting Matt Jones in 2005. Jones struggled with substance abuse problems before he retired.
If Patriots receiver Tiquan Underwood didn’t think Bill Belichick was cold, the night before Super Bowl 46 surprised him. Here’s what happened.
What was the origin of former Green Bay Packers running back Najeh Davenport’s “Dookie” nickname? The disgusting answer will shock you.
Former Bengals receiver Chad Johnson — or Ochocinco — had a reputation for being eccentric. Now, he just explained why he took Viagra before games.