Jeffrey Earnhardt is a fourth-generation driver in one of NASCAR’s most successful families and the grandson of Dale Earnhardt, the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon went on social media to threaten taking a drastic measure against an ESPN reporter.
Kyrie Irving has curious reasoning for replacing Jerry West with Kobe Bryant on the official NBA logo.
Jerry Stackhouse thought he was having a pretty good rookie season in the NBA. Michael Jordan chose a mid-January night to teach the kid a lesson.
Point guard LaMelo Ball is rewarding the Charlotte Hornets for the faith they showed in making him the No. 3 pick of the 2020 NBA draft.
New York Giants receiver Darius Slayton is trying to recruit Cincinnati Bengals defender Carl Lawson to the Meadowlands.
All-time great NFL quarterback Peyton Manning says his twin sons are fans of Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Problem rookie Isaiah Wilson tweeted that he wants to part ways with the Tennessee Titans after playing just four downs in 2020.
Russell Wilson had already expressed concern about his offensive line, and now he’s lost a veteran blocker to retirement.
Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper appears to be changing addresses as well as quarterbacks, with Deshaun Watson a target.
Seattle Mariners CEO Kevin Mather’s speech to a local Rotary Club made its way onto YouTube and should have embarrassed both the team and MLB.
None of the 22 quarterbacks taken in the first round of NFL drafts from 2009-16 remain with their original team.
ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas invoked Jim Boeheim’s name in a discussion of ‘coded language.’ However, the Syracuse coach didn’t use any of the words that riled Bilas.
Joe Gibbs has coached three Super Bowl champions in the NFL and seen his drivers earn five NASCAR Cup Series titles. An Xfinity Series race win by grandson Ty Gibbs may be the sweetest moment of them all.
Troy AIkman says signing Dak Prescott to a long-term deal is a must. However, the Fox Sports analyst is generally optimistic about the 2021 Dallas Cowboys.
Teddy Bridgewater and the Carolina Panthers are heading toward a breakup. The NFL team is clearing cap space for a big move and the quarterback no longer follows the Panthers on social media.
The NASCAR Cup Series has doubled the number of road courses on its points-race schedule, which works to the advantage of defending champion Chase Elliott.
Keegan Bradley, the winner of the 2011 PGA Championship, got dunked on by Michael Jordan in a 2014 Twitter exchange.
The ink on Jared Goff’s name in the record book was barely dry when Carson Wentz broke the mark for the most dead money under the salary cap created by one player,
Two college recruiters who were being honest with him in different ways shaped the hall of fame future of USC and Pittsburgh Steelers great Lynn Swann.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and wife Amy restored a 3,300-square-foot home in Key West, Florida. They recently sold it for $3 million.
TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley was on Bill Simmons’ podcast, where he suggested that SEC football fans don’t have a firm grip on reality.
Troy Aikman says the clash of egos between Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson likely cost the Dallas Cowboys more trips to the Super Bowl and potential championships.
Dale Earnhardt and Rusty Wallace held a summit to repair their friendship after their plot against Jeff Gordon went wrong during a 1995 NASCAR Cup Series race.
Phil Mickelson is moving closer to the end of his career as a full-time PGA Tour golfer, and a career as a golf analyst likely is next for the winner of five majors.
Bubba Watson opened up in an interview to discuss the effects of ADHD and anxiety that have contributed to the two-time Masters champion being winless since 2018.
Jared Goff has a lot to learn about Detroit following his trade to the Lions in the offseason. He’s getting help in that department from the quarterback who was the other half of the trade.
Andy Reid received good news when Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Matt House turned down a college offer and remained with the NFL team.
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant brought an intensity to the Oklahoma City Thunder that carried OKC to two NBA Western Conference finals in three years.
A report by The Athletic indicates that ESPN may stick with its existing ‘Monday Night Football’ crew, which would limit options for Philip Rivers to break into TV.
Jalen Hurts is in line to become the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles now that Carson Wentz is on the trading block. He’s showing during the offseason that he wants the job.
An ESPN report says that the San Francisco 49ers are interested in acquiring Deshaun Watson but otherwise would be satisfied with returning Jimmy Garoppolo as their starting quarterback in 2021.
‘The Big One’ refers to the largest of multi-car wrecks in NASCAR Cup Series. Two of the most memorable incidents happened in consecutive runnings of the Daytona 500.
College basketball coach Jerry Stackhouse of Vanderbilt University has sparked controversy by implying that racism is behind the criticism he is receiving from certain members of the media.
UFC president Dana White recently opened up about a tier of bonus money for fighters that he had not discussed before.
Latrell Sprewell was a four-time NBA All-Star for the Golden State Warriors and New York Knicks. A GoFundMe page that he set up appears to be unrelated to his financial problems, but it was quickly taken down.
Urban Meyer just learned a lesson that he cannot make decisions in the NFL with the same ease with which he operated at Florida and Ohio State.
NASCAR rivals have always suspected that Bobby Allison’s crew rigged the rear bumper of his car to fall off at the 1982 NASCAR Daytona 500. Allison won handily that year for his second Daytona crown.
Swimmer Klete Keller, who won five medals in the Olympics from 2000-08, has been indicted on seven federal charges stemming from the U.S. Capitol attack and faces nearly 30 years in prison if convicted.
Naomi Osaka’s victory in the third round of the Australian Open was briefly interrupted by a visit from a butterfly.
Super Bowl 55 quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady could have been San Francisco 49ers in 2020, a miss that could haunt GM John Lynch long after his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Jessica Pegula, the daughter of the owners of the Buffalo Bills, has moved into the third round at the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Karl-Anthony Towns found out from a reporter’s tweet that he was returning to action for the Minnesota Timberwolves after a COVID-19 quarantine.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. said taking the feelings of others into consideration shaped his decision not to race full-time in the No. 3 Chevy following his father’s death at the 2001 Daytona 500.
Bubba Wallace joining forces with team owners Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin is not the most important driver change in the NASCAR Cup Series. Fans should be paying attention to Christopher Bell and Kyle Larson.
WWE star Brock Lesnar dodged serious injury or even death after failing to execute a stunt vs. Kurt Angle in WrestleMania 19.
Chris Long recorded 70 sacks in 11 NFL seasons. He made a big impact off the field, too, after learning about a crisis in Tanzania from Fox announcer Joe Buck.
Denny Hamlin is a partner with basketball great Michael Jordan in the 23XI Racing team, which is fielding Bubba Wallace’s car in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Lewis Hamilton’s new contract with Mercedes is for only one year, suggesting that the seven-time Formula 1 champion is ready to move on after the 2021 season.
Rich Hendrick raced cars at the age of 14, became a pioneering businessman, and has turned Hendrick Motorsports into a NASCAR powerhouse. His net worth hit a major milestone in 2020.
Troy Aikman went from the winning quarterback in three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys to a successful announcer at Fox Sports.