Von Miller is off to one of the best starts of his NFL career. And he credits competing on “Dancing with the Stars” during the offseason as the primary reason.
Robert Griffin III may be on injured reserve, sidelined with a left shoulder fracture that could cost him the season, but it’s plainly evident that he and his girlfriend’s Instagram love
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry may be teammates on the Golden State Warriors on the court, but that apparently isn’t enough to declare a cease fire in the highly contentious NBA “Sneaker
Fans in attendance at Team USA’s final game in what has been a disastrous appearance in the World Cup of Hockey added insult to injury by chanting “Let’s Go Kessel” during pla
LeBron James in all likelihood is gearing himself up for Cleveland Cavaliers training camp.
Aaron Rodgers made it clear during his weekly session with reporters Wednesday that he knew what kind of questions were coming.
David Ortiz of course is set to retire whenever the Boston Red Sox’s season eventually comes to a close.
Matt Forte bristles at the notion that once a running back hits the age of 30, they somehow become over-the-hill and past-their-prime in an instant.
Kevin Durant was a guest on Bill Simmons’ HBO show “Any Given Wednesday” this week.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer made it clear that despite the devastating injury developments this week, he doesn’t expect anything less out of his players than maximum effort in Sund
Iman Shumpert has backed off plans to kneel during the national anthem as an act of protest after previously indicating his intent to do so.
Ben Roethlisberger attempted to downplay any lingering frustration over Antonio Brown’s lack of productivity in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 24-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals by insisting
When a photo surfaced a few weeks back on social media of LeBron James and Mark Wahlberg hanging out together surrounded by weights, many just assumed that it was simply a case of two A-listers ̵
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini was called up to the big leagues on Sept. 16.
Brandon Marshall probably raised a few eyebrows when he referred to Carson Wentz “dumb” during his weekly appearance Tuesday on “Inside the NFL.