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Houston Texans left tackle Duane Brown was absent Tuesday as the team prepared to leave for training camp in West Virginia, according to NFL Network's James Palmer.
The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday that first-round draft pick Malik Hooker will open training camp on the PUP list. Hooker injured his hamstring during Monday's conditioning test.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead was arrested and charged with misdemeanor petty larceny in June after he was accused of shoplifting in Virginia, according to court and police records.
Ravens RB Kenneth Dixon enters Year 2 facing more adversity. After earning a four-game ban for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing drugs, Dixon is slated for knee surgery Tuesday.
Former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned. For his ex-teammate in San Francisco, Jeremy Kerley, that's a shame. Because for Kerley, Kaepernick "knows how to get" a team back to the Super Bowl.
The Broncos have reached an agreement with general manager John Elway on a new five-year deal through 2021, the team announced Monday.
Cowboys star receiver Dez Bryant may have shown up late to training camp, but that didn't stop him from professing his love for the organization that drafted him.
Veteran pass rusher Tamba Hali took to Twitter to vent some frustration he has with fellow Chiefs teammates. Coach Andy Reid said Hali "doesn't need to go there and do all that."
The Colts will open training camp with their franchise quarterback on the sideline. GM Chris Ballard announced Monday that Andrew Luck will be placed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki is now the sixth-leading scorer in NBA history, scoring four points in the first quarter of Monday's game with the Pelicans to pass one-time leader Wilt Chamberlain.
It almost seems like a lifetime ago, but it's been only two seasons since the pinnacle of Isaiah Thomas' career, an All-Star campaign with the Boston Celtics that peaked with an epic 53-point masterpiece in the second round against the Washington Wizards.
The Golden State Warriors will have their top scorer back in the fold tonight and will welcome another familiar face back into the mix as well.
The Detroit Pistons will rest star forward Blake Griffin for at least one game this week to keep him as fresh as possible for their final postseason push.
John Schuhmann and I break down this weekend's action with a focus on the Lakers' loss to the Knicks at MSG and the wild Sixers vs. Bucks matchup.
When the grind gets to him or if he���s just in a joking mood, Jacyn Goble can always blame his brother, John, for the hectic livelihood he���s chosen as an NBA referee. John, after all, had a head start of nine years in the league, though he���s only a couple years older. Jacyn had been doing fine as an officer with the Miami-Dade police department when big brother pitched him on the idea.
As the clear favorite to win their third straight championship, the Golden State Warriors were at the top of the Week 1 Power Rankings. But over the next three months, the Warriors ranked No. 1 just twice -- Week 4, when they had won eight straight games, and Week 16, when they had won 10 straight.
One of the more endearing NBA trademarks is Damian Lillard���s two-finger tap on the wrist after he drops a game-winning jumper on someone who commits two basketball sins: Forgetting to properly take note of Lillard ��� and the time.
Take a look back at the week that was in the NBA with a collection of some of the best games, videos, photos, features and more from around the NBA world.
On April 19, 1968, Wilt Chamberlain played in what was his final game with the Philadelphia 76ers, a 100-96 loss to the rival Boston Celtics in the Eastern Division finals. That summer, Chamberlain was dealt to the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite that transaction, Chamberlain remained a Sixers legend in the minds of many.
The game is changing, perhaps more quickly than ever. Forget comparing the sport to what it looked like in the 1960s or the '80s; the game has changed massively in just the last half-decade. Remember, just five years ago, we were all talking about the lack of power ,and no one was talking about launch angle or spin rate. Things are slightly different now.
The wait is over. After MLB Pipeline unveiled its Top 10 Position lists over the past two weeks, it's time to dive into the Top 100 Prospects, the best of the best.
Manny Machado inked a 10-year, $300 million deal with the Padres, the biggest free-agent contract in MLB history. Here's the Top 10.
There is a long history of exceptional walk years as well, and Adrian Beltre, who retired after the 2018 season, is a big part of it. Here is a look at 20 of the best.
Through MLB history, plenty of players have returned to the teams where they became stars. Let's take a look back at 10 of the most memorable ones.
Since the first free agent signing of the modern era back in 1974, there have been several free agent deals that shook the baseball world and realigned power across the Majors. Here's a look at several moves that changed the landscape of baseball, and in some cases, were downright shocking:
Can't wait for Opening Day? Good news -- you can take the field early when R.B.I. Baseball 19 is released on March 5.
The 2019 season marks the end of a decade in baseball. As we enter its final year, the question must be asked: How will this decade be known?
When it comes to pulling off a trade, three is sometimes not a crowd, but a necessity. With that in mind, here is a look back at 10 of the most notable three-way trades from recent history.
We look at the best free-agent signings for each team this century.
Bo Horvat scores in overtime as Vancouver Canucks beat Chicago Blackhawks 3-2
Steven Stamkos is now the all-time goal leader for the Tampa Bay Lightning. He reflects on the achievement and talks about the emotions during his special moment.
Victor Hedman has played many games alongside Steven Stamkos and recaps special moments that they've shared along the journey to their first Presidents' Trophy.
Ryan McDonagh is excited about the Ligtning's team achievement but is looking ahead to finish the season with a Stanley Cup.
Jon Cooper highlights Stamkos' successful career with the Bolts and amazing accomplishment of being the all-time goal leader for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Steven Stamkos sets franchise record for most goals as Lightning clinch Presidents' Trophy with win over Coyotes
The Bolts have much to celebrate as they clinch their first Presidents' award in franchise history and Stamkos sets a new record scoring his 384th goal.
Lightning top Coyotes 4-1 to clinch Presidents' Trophy
The LA Kings comment on the quality of Drew Doughty's bobble head.
Dustin Brown addresses his role in the power play and game strategy
Rory McIlroy blocks out the noise about his potential and delivers another signature win with Masters on horizon
Jhonattan Vegas and Eddie Pepperell make birdies totaling 120 feet at the island green and added to a frantic finish at The Players Championship
Jim Furyk was one of the last ones in the field and the last one in contention at The Players Championship
Rory delivers a major performance on back 9 at TPC Sawgrass to win The Players Championship.
Tiger Woods finished well back in the field at The Players Championship but like the state of his game as the Masters approaches
Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi won his first European Tour title with a one-stroke victory at the Kenya Open on Sunday
Tiger Woods had a much more enjoyable experience at the 17th hole in the third round of The Players Championship
Rahm powers his way to a 64 and a 1-shot lead at The Players Championship
New rules could have helped Tiger Woods avoid quadruple bogey on 17th at Sawgrass