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In just their second season playing with each other Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs have built up plenty of chemistry,... [Read More]
The new 'Sports Illustrated Kids' cover features Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen giving wide receiver Stefon Diggs a piggyback ride. [Read More]
If you're going to use a Brady quote, you better credit him properly. [Read More]
The Manchester City defender tallied the opening goal of Wednesday night's 6—3 win over RB Leipzig, and his father died "minutes after" watching it happen. [Read More]
Who's getting a W in the season's second week? The MMQB staff makes its picks. [Read More]
The New York Liberty forward has earned the crown. [Read More]
New York really needed a win. Thanks to the Cards' right fielder, it didn't get it. [Read More]
The Packers' offensive coordinator was once going to be a doctor. Or he could have devoted himself to his first talent: dance. He chose football,... [Read More]
Haller had a blinder in his first game on the Champions League stage. [Read More]
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Aaron Rodgers had a funny explanation for his interception against the Saints. [Read More]
Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback and Super Bowl champion Mike Haynes shares his experience with prostate cancer to encourage others to employ a proactive,... [Read More]
Orlando Brown Jr. started football in his father's massive shadow, following in his footsteps to the NFL. Now, he's starting out in a new city... [Read More]
Thanks to the stewardship of the late Colton, The Fours more than lived up to its billing from Sports Illustrated as America's greatest sports bar. [Read More]
Pefok pounced on an awful giveaway and scored at the death to give Young Boys the 2—1 victory at home. [Read More]
Rabil, 35, retires as professional lacrosse's all-time scorer, a former three-time MLL most valuable player and a two-time MLL champion. [Read More]
Linebacker Parys Haralson recorded 380 tackles and 28 sacks in 118 games in his NFL career from 2006 to 2014 with the 49ers and Saints. [Read More]
Clayton Kershaw, Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo are among the soon-to-be free agents who have a lot to gain in the coming weeks. [Read More]
The Angels' two-way sensation doesn't act like being a pitcher and a hitter is anything special. That's what makes him great. [Read More]
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