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A new flag football league will have some serious NFL star power. [Read More]
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The NFL Network's Top 100 list is topped by a familiar name. [Read More]
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Meet The Freeze, the fastest man in baseball. [Read More]
Cam Newton is throwing again! In the locker room, but still! [Read More]
Media is changing fast, and the NFL is changing to keep up. [Read More]
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Watch Marquette King punt half a grocery store, because it's the summer and we're still a couple months away from football. [Read More]
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On a visit to China, Tom Brady tried to take on a sumo wrestler, and made very little headway. [Read More]
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The president drove his golf cart right onto a green. He owns the green and the course around it, but still. [Read More]
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Conor McGregor might get destroyed in his Aug. 26 fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr., or he might last long enough to lose on points. (Oh,... [Read More]
The Ravens have a rough early-season travel schedule, and it's in part their own doing. [Read More]
One of the longest-running relationships in golf history, between Phil Mickelson and his caddy Jim "Bones" Mackay, has come to an end. [Read More]
A former Patriots player is coming out publicly as gay, hoping to help others in the same situation. [Read More]
Check out J.J. Watt's less-than-stellar play at the home of the 2017 U.S. Open. [Read More]
The Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor bout slated for August 26 may be about as competitive as hurricane-vs.-daffodil, but it's already the most-hyped bout of the new... [Read More]
The ratings for the U.S. Open didn't exactly break records. [Read More]
Kansas City fans are among the league's most fervent, and that's resulted in the Chiefs getting the most national broadcasts of the year. [Read More]
What can we expect from the U.S. Open on Saturday? Drama aplenty. [Read More]
The 2016 Masters champion continues his rocky post-Augusta run. [Read More]
The IOC has lost a major sponsor with the departure of McDonald's. [Read More]
The NFL's first two concussion claims, for a total of $9 million, have been approved. [Read More]
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