The Miami Dolphins used the No. 5 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Tua Tagovailoa, so the team obviously believes he is the long-term solution at the quarterback position.
Russell Westbrook revealed Monday that he tested positive for COVID-19, and a recent report reveals that the Houston Rockets star was spotted partying in Las Vegas last month.
Don’t expect Giannis Antetokounmpo to join the fray of players complaining about the situation within the Walt Disney World resorts, though.
Cam Newton has understandably admitted that the prospect of replacing an NFL legend in Tom Brady on the New England Patriots brings some semblance of pressure.
Cleveland Indians outfielder Franmil Reyes has issued an apology for being pulled out of camp this week after the team learned he did not wear a mask or practice social distancing at a recent social e
Aaron Boone has strongly denied a report that suggested the New York Yankees have discouraged Aaron Judge from speaking out on issues like systemic racism.
Steve Kerr is among the most outspoken individuals in the NBA, and the Golden State Warriors head coach frequently encourages players and coaches to use their voices to weigh in on social and politica
MLB players obviously have a few months of rust to knock off as summer camps get underway, and Washington Nationals infielder Eric Thames credits a pastime typically associated with backyard barbecues
Even though NFL teams’ interest in signing Colin Kaepernick is believed to have significantly increased of late, there have not yet been any takers, let alone an offer of a formal workout.
What wasn’t expected, however, was that viewers would catch a glimpse of Shaq’s boxers, as the NBA legend stood up too early as EJ closed out Thursday’s telecast.
Joel Embiid made his arrival in Orlando, Fla.
Joe Girardi will make his first return to Yankee Stadium as a manager of a different MLB team when the Philadelphia Phillies travel to New York for an exhibition game later this month.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman quickly took issue with the policy and accused the NFL of hypocrisy.
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced this week that fans will be required to wear face masks at home games due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic should spectators be allowed into Heinz Field during the