Despite growing tension between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks, one Seahawk says Russell Wilson isn’t going anywhere.
Justin Fields had a stellar college career at Ohio State. So why on earth is he slipping down the draft board?
Jimmie Johnson won almost everything in NASCAR. But thanks to Ryan Newman, there’s one honor he’ll never have.
Tua Tagovailoa was not fully prepared for the rigors of the NFL during his rookie campaign, and he’ll be the first to admit it.
Rarely does a draft class produce underwhelming pick after underwhelming pick, but this happened to the NFL in 1992.
In an offseason of mass quarterback movement, the San Francisco 49ers are sticking with their man, Jimmy Garoppolo.
Myles Garrett could be part of a Super Bowl contender next year, but he might be turning his attention to another sport altogether.
The Arizona Cardinals thought they dodged a bullet by not drafting Ryan Leaf in 1998. Unfortunately, they drafted Andre Wadsworth.
New England Patriots are probably not happy with Cam Newton’s performance at quarterback last season. It could have been worse.
Bill Belichick has served two separate terms as head coach of the New York Jets without coaching a single game. The first one has been forgotten.
After winning the 1997 Formula 1 championship, almost nothing Jacques Villeneuve did worked out well — including his music career.
Andy Reid may have come up short in winning a second Super Bowl, but at least a piece of him will be headed to Canton.
Max Verstappen may not be a Formula One world champion just yet, but he’s still richer than almost any human being his age.
For the second time in seven months, Las Vegas Raiders cornerback Kemah Siverand has made a costly, career-threatening decision.
$8 million will not be enough to convince Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond to play this season.
Despite winning 53-0, Deion Sanders was pretty upset in his first postgame press conference as head coach, and for good reason.
In an alternate NFL universe, Urban Meyer could be coaching the Memphis Hound Dogs.
The NFL’s annual curtain-raiser has had a strange history fraught with cancellations, thunderstorms, and congealing paint.
With the loss of DeSean Jackson, whoever lines up under center for the Eagles will have one fewer offensive weapon to work with.
While Rick Mirer’s dreams of NFL glory came up far short, he did find a new passion to sustain him in his post-football life.
The San Francisco 49ers might have to pay the oft-injured Dee Ford whether they like it or not.
The town of Canton, Ohio could host the first pro football game with a full crowd in nearly two years.
Formula One’s most infamous sponsor, Rich Energy, has teased a return to the sport…we think.
Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s tragic death twenty years ago today was not the last time the Earnhardt family brushed with tragedy in 2001.
For those few Mets fans who wished to one day see Tim Tebow take the field in the major leagues, sorry about your luck.
The Denver Broncos may already be moving on from second-year quarterback Drew Lock.
As the holder of both the NASCAR Cup title and the Most Popular Driver award, Chase Elliott now represents the future of the sport.
An almost-unprecedented event in Dallas has led to the 36th game postponement of this NHL season.
Of Tony Stewart’s 49 NASCAR Cup Series wins, this one at Watkins Glen was easily the most gut-wrenching.
This year’s Daytona 500 may have been interrupted by rain, but at least it produced some excitement. This rain-shortened Indy 500 did not.
The NFL is still the hottest product on American television, and its network partners will reaffirm their commitment in a big way.
Terrell Owens may be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame now, but he still has major beef with the people who call the shots in Canton.
Entering the race, 62-year-old Derrike Cope had little chance of winning the Daytona 500. That chance disappeared after only three laps.
NASCAR goes to Indianapolis once a year, so why doesn’t IndyCar race at Daytona? Turns out there’s a very good reason for that.
No player is more synonymous with the Houston Texans than J.J. Watt. After Watt’s release from the team, Texans fans have paid him back.
Is NASCAR’s playoff system gimmicky and wholly unfair? Yes. Is it going away anytime soon? Probably not.
Rays fans are certainly not happy with how the 2020 season ended. We’re guessing one of those fans runs the Wendy’s Twitter account.
In the past 12 months, the best athletes in Houston have packed their bags and left en masse, leaving the city in an existential crisis.
He may have been The Intimidator, but that doesn’t mean Dale Earnhardt didn’t make friends off the track, such as Michael Waltrip.
Tampa has become Titletown, U.S.A. Now a visitor from up north has delivered the city something it’s never had before — NBA basketball.
This is shaping up to be a tumultuous offseason for the Kansas City Chiefs. Already they have lost another piece of their coaching staff.
NASCAR has gone 20 years without a driver fatality, but there have been some close calls. David Reutimann’s 2007 crash was one of them.
Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing have just fired a warning shot across the NASCAR world with their performance so far at Daytona.
Busch-whacking has plagued NASCAR’s lower series for years, and it reared its ugly head at a 2007 race in Milwaukee when two drivers split a victory.
What does Peanuts creator Charles Schulz have in common with Brett Hull? They’re both in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Marty Schottenheimer may be well-known for coaching the Browns, Chiefs, and Chargers. Between all of that was a forgotten year in Washington.
Major League Baseball will make a crucial change for the 2021 which could make home runs much harder to come by.
Super Bowl 55 did not deliver the kind of ratings either the NFL or CBS were hoping for. Is this a one-off or will it be part of a trend?
Other racing series, such as Formula One, have little problem with racing in the rain. So why not NASCAR?
The NFL’s hiring practices have hung a cloud over Super Bowl LV. It was not the best time for a reporter to make this mistake.
Whenever people notice a punter, it’s because they screwed up. The Chiefs’ Tommy Townsend experienced this for himself on Sunday.