Colin Kaepernick — arguably in inexplicable fashion — remains curiously unemployed despite a pedigree that far exceeds less heralded quarterbacks who found NFL jobs this offseason.
Chris Berman understandably has maintained a low profile in the wake of wife Kathy’s fatal car crash in May.
Ray Lewis made waves at the onset of the 2016 NFL season by harshly criticizing Colin Kaepernick over his national anthem protest, saying in part the quarterback should “take the flag out of it.
NESN broadcaster Jerry Remy took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to apologize for critical comments about New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka’s use of a translator during visits to the moun
Mike Golic denies a report suggesting behind-the-scenes drama with Mike Greenberg has caused the radio duo’s relationship to turn “icy,” saying instead that “Greeny and I are
A recent on-air spat between Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley led to speculation that all might not be well between the two NBA icons-turned analysts.
FOX Sports personality Kristine Leahy reacted to Lavar Ball’s perceived slight at her expense by rising above the fray to help raise awareness for a worthy cause.
The “Gone Fishin’” bit has long been a celebrated part of the NBA on TNT’s postseason coverage.
ESPN announced on Tuesday that Peyton Manning will serve as host of the 2017 ESPYs.
Danny Kanell was among those fired by ESPN amid the massive layoffs last month after an eight-year run.
Shaquille O’Neal has long had an interest in law enforcement and it sounds like the NBA legend may be considering taking that passion to the next level.
Tony Romo is making the transition from football player to football analyst after retiring from the NFL to join CBS Sports as an in-game analyst.
Charles Barkley, like many others, has weighed in on the incident Monday night at Fenway Park when Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones was subjected to racist taunts and had a bag of peanuts thro
Charles Barkley on Monday night ended his longstanding beef with San Antonio, specifically with the city’s women.
Ernie Johnson delivered an absolutely savage one-liner at the expense of fellow “NBA on TNT” personality Charles Barkley during Wednesday’s playoff coverage.