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Fox Sports hired former NFL executive Mike Pereira in 2010 as the first rules analyst for weekly broadcasts.
The Buffalo Bills and the Bills Mafia, the hardcore supporters of the NFL team, have gone into business together to sell merchandise.
The loss to Liberty University, which had never defeated an ACC opponent, raises questions about how much longer Dino Babers might last at Syracuse University.
Pro Football Hall of Fame defender Deion Sanders has negotiated a sweet contract to coach Jackson State in the FCS.
Vin Scully tells a little-known story about how he inspired Kirk Gibson of the Los Angeles Dodgers to hit his famous home run in the 1988 World Series.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady appears set to buy a $7.5 million home in Clearwater, Florida.
Fans of the University of Georgia Bulldogs have donated more than $14 million in refunded ticket money back to the school.
Suspended NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson appeared on CBS to reassure race fans that he is not a racist.
Third-year running back Gus Edwards of the Baltimore Ravens would be a quality pick-up for the Buffalo Bills.
Charles Barkley and Stephen Curry will be newcomers to the next edition of The Match, a made-for-TV golf event.
The video of the Zamboni that caught fire while resurfacing the ice is the latest entry into the contest for the most bizarre sports story of 2020.
The Boston Red Sox couldn’t hire Billy Beane in 2002. Now, Beane’s new company is reported to be in negotiations to buy part of the team.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has made it all the way back from a devastating knee injury.
DeAndre Hopkins, who is off to a hot start with the Arizona Cardinals, has signed on with a modeling agency.
Right-hander Ian Anderson has made a splash as a rookie pitcher for the Atlanta Braves.
Having once sustained a serious leg injury of his own, Tom Brady knows what’s ahead for Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys.
New Dallas Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert has bounced around the NFL since being drafted in 2014.
Chase Claypool had a breakout game in Week 5 with four touchdowns against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ryan Fitzpatrick isn’t quite ready to surrender his job quarterbacking the Miami Dolphins to Tua Tagovailoa.
Minnesota Vikings rookie Justin Jefferson replaced Stefon Diggs, who is now with the Buffalo Bills. Both receivers are off to strong starts this season.
Dak Prescott’s ankle injury in Week 5 seriously damages his leverage in his next contract negotiations with the Dallas Cowboys.
Hall of Fame basketball player Shaquille O’Neal has joined an investment group led by former high-ranking executives at Walt Disney.
Terry Bradshaw moved straight from the Pittsburgh Steelers to broadcasting with CBS and then Fox Sports despite a warning to a top network executive.
He has denied interest, but Dabo Swinney will continue to be mentioned as a candidate to coach the Houston Texans.
Former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin broke out an Oprah Winfrey trademark phrase in criticizing his former team.
The very expensive New York Yankees roster is flawed. General manager Brian Cashman may be in a make-or-break year.
San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. accepted money from an investment firm in return for a percentage of his future MLB earnings.
Kyle Larson appears to be running out of options for a NASCAR Cup Series ride in the 2021 season.
Keith Olbermann has once again left ESPN. This time, he’s heading to YouTube to do political commentary.
Incredibly, Buffalo Bills players would not be paid if the Tennessee Titans have to forfeit their scheduled Week 5 game because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman says the Dallas Cowboys need to strip down their defensive schemes to help identify what works.
Joe Burrow took some hard hits in the first two weeks of his rookie season. The Cincinnati Bengals quarterback recently received some quality advice about self-preservation from an unexpected source.
Trey Lance of North Dakota State could be the first quarterback selected in the 2021 NFL draft.
A suspicious betting pattern has raised concern about the possibility of a match being fixed at the French Open tennis tournament.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s fast start has Brett Favre drawing a comparison to Tom Brady.
Receiver DeANdre Hopkins has taken the high road with his reaction to the Houston Texans firing Bill O’Brien.
David Wright was a seven-time All-Star with the New York Mets but lives now in relative anonymity in California.
The Bill Belichick coaching tree in New England has yet to produce a successful NFL head coach.
Hall of Fame player Dikembe Mutombo’s son has continued a tradition of the children of former Georgetown players committing to the Hoyas.
Joe Burrow earned his first NFL victory and the game ball in the Cincinnati Bengals’ Week 4 victory vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.
ABC and ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy admits he is eager to close up shop at the NBA bubble and return home. The big question is whether there is a return to coaching in his future.
Jarron Jones, a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers practice squad, is the latest NFL player arrested on a domestic violence charge as an old problem of the league resurfaces.
Known best as a Hall of Fame football player and Fox Sports analyst, Howie Long co-starred in a movie with John Travolta and Christian Slater.
UFC champion Valentina Shevchenko helped train Halle Berry for her role in ‘Bruised,’ a movie about a mixed martial arts fighter.
Retired Oakland Raiders lineman Barret Robbins, who disappeared before Super Bowl 37, continues to have run-ins with law enforcement.
Cam Newton’s positive test for COVID-19 means the NFL will be altering its schedule, potentially to the detriment of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Former USC football star Reggie Bush is touting a controversial conspiracy theory about the disclosure that Donald Trump has contracted the COVID-19 virus.
Draymond Green made a good impression as an analyst on TNT when the NBA restarted its season at Disney World.
Retired NFL great Peyton Manning has moved on from roasting fellow QB Tom Brady and is now focused on grilling.