Antonio Brown tells TMZ Sports he has interest in the Dallas Cowboys ... saying this week, "Tell Jerry Jones to call me!" Dave Helman explains why the Cowboys taking a chance on AB is not ideal.
MLB released its 2022 postseason schedule Monday, and the World Series will start on Oct. 28 on FOX Sports.
Henry McKenna takes questions and provides insight on the Jets' progress, the Patriots' curious offensive system and more.
Lamar Jackson is close to getting that big check. Or is he? He recently told reporters after Saturday's practice that he will cut off contract talks by the Baltimore Ravens' Week 1 matchup against the New York Jets. Lamar said that quote: 'We're coming up to it. It's coming up. Season's coming up. We're going to be good for the season.' Lamar entered training camp with 10 pounds of additional muscle mass on him and is seeking above Deshaun Watson's $230 million deal. Joy Taylor explains why she approves Lamar giving the Ravens a contract deadline.
Pete Carril during a practice in Indianapolis in 1996, as 13th-seeded Princeton prepared to face U.C.L.A., the defending champions, in the first round of the N.C.A.A. tournament. The next night, the Tigers pulled off one of the greatest upsets in college basketball history.
Zach Wilson and the Jets were popular with bettors but the QB suffered an injury Friday.
Joe Burrow, Matthew Stafford, Patrick Mahomes and Jimmy G enter 2022 with a new set of question marks, Martin Rogers writes.
Former LSU starting QB Myles Brennan, who was in the transfer portal before returning to the Tigers, has decided to stop playing college football.
The shortened NFL exhibition season hits the midway point this week.
Kevin Durant demanded a trade several weeks ago, and the Nets have yet to acquiesce. The "Undisputed" crew disagree on whether they will.
The Rangers fired manager Chris Woodward on Monday, with the team on pace for its sixth consecutive losing season.
Cionel Perez's wow-inducing fastball highlights this week's list of the Filthiest Pitches in baseball from Rob Friedman, aka Pitching Ninja.
The Kevin Durant offseason saga has turned another page. According to Marc Stein, a well-connected NBA executive believes that KD will more likely retire than play for the Brooklyn Nets this season. The executive reportedly shared this during the summer league. Colin Cowherd reacts to the report.
Former NFL safety Barry Church joins Colin Cowherd to discuss his reaction to the Dallas Cowboys committing 17 penalties, with 11 on offense, along with why the Cowboys not having another option outside of CeeDee Lamb is concerning.
After the first of three Cowboys preseason games and with initial cuts imminent, David Helman predicts the team's 53-man roster.
NFL players have been polled and Colin Cowherd is flabbergasted to see Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray voted ahead of Denver Broncos' Russell Wilson in the Top 100 players list. Kyler lands at No. 57, 4 spots ahead of Russ, despite the former Seattle QB 2 Super Bowl appearances, and carrying a struggling offensive line. Colin breaks down why players may have voted Kyler ahead of Russ, and draws a comparison with NBA stars Russell Westbrook, who has a certain cool factor despite drawbacks, and Steph Curry, who values winning over cool points.
Trey Lance may have only played two series in the San Francisco 49ers preseason opener against the Green Bay Packers, but he made those plays count. He finished 4 for 5 for 92 yards, threw a touch down, and hit a perfect 158.3 rating. Meanwhile Jordan Love struggled, and though he also had touchdowns under his belt, that came with three interceptions. Colin Cowherd weighs the performance of the two QBs, leading him to question Matt LaFleur's effectiveness as a coach.
Week 1 of the preseason games saw the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Seattle Seahawks, and while Mitch Trubisky took the field as starting quarterback and led the first touchdown drive, both Kenny Pickett of Mason Rudolph impressed. Colin Cowherd lays out that if he were Mike Tomlin, he might consider going with Pickett over Trubisky.
Trey Lance kickstarted the San Francisco 49ers' preseason with a 76-yard touchdown pass in their win over the Green Bay Packers. The second-year QB finished with a perfect quarterback rating. After the game, head coach Kyle Shanahan said he wished he could have kept Lance in longer. Does this hint that the 49ers made the correct decision to move forward with Lance and not Jimmy Garoppolo? Shannon Sharpe says to slow down and wait a bit.
The AP's college football preseason top 25 dropped Monday, and Alabama is No. 1 for the second straight year. Who else made the cut?
CeeDee Lamb made it onto the NFL Players Top 100 list for the first time as he found himself ranked at No. 95. Five spots ahead of him is current free agent Odell Beckham Jr. CeeDee is coming off a Pro Bowl season and over 1000 yards while OBJ played a key part in the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl run. Skip Bayless explains why CeeDee should be ranked higher than OBJ.
Jacob deGrom’s third start of the season, on Saturday, was his best yet. He allowed two hits and no runs over six innings, striking out 10.
Brittney Griner, the American basketball star, leaving the courtroom in Khimki outside Moscow this month. She was found guilty of bringing illegal narcotics into the country.
“We’ve really been all in since 2017, it wasn’t just last year,” Les Snead, the Rams’ general manager, said about the team’s investment in contending for a championship.
A book of photos from early in Tyson’s boxing career shows the buildup that helped fuel interest in the talented but troubled heavyweight.
“It’s actually not that bad,” Trea Turner said of his rapidly decaying glove. It is fairly bad.
Max Calderan crossed the Rub’ al Khali, one of the world’s hottest and most brutal deserts.
A pandemic-related rescheduling and the resurfacing of sexual-assault allegations have led to large numbers of empty seats at the World Junior Championship this month, even when Canada plays.
Bayern has won the past 10 Bundesliga titles.
Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird is retiring at the end of the season after fans pleaded for her to stay one more year. She had room on her résumé for one more season, but just barely.
An NCAA panel has approved the experimental use of a double-first-base rule in softball next season aimed at reducing potential collisions in the sport.
Fernando Tatis Jr. has not played in the majors this year following off-season wrist surgery. He was nearing a return when his suspension was announced.
Deshaun Watson, the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns, made his first start in 19 months in a preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The body language of Boston's Nathan Eovaldi represented all of the pitchers in the American League who have had to face Aaron Judge this season.
Najeh Davenport is one of two retired N.F.L. players who sued over the race-based measures used to determine whether players had dementia.
Packers fan/owners receive no dividends from and cannot trade their shares. They attended the annual shareholders meeting at Lambeau Field in July.
Las Vegas police arrested Marshawn Lynch after they say they found him asleep behind the wheel of a parked car Tuesday morning.
Bill Russell’s No. 6 is the first jersey number to be retired leaguewide in the N.B.A. Russell, who won 11 championships with the Boston Celtics, died last month at 88.
Qatar's Lusail World Cup stadium, which is scheduled to host 10 matches but, for now, no beer.
Chicago’s Christopher Morel traded Wrigley Field’s ivy for the corn fields of Dyersville, Iowa, on Thursday.
A Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to bribing a Georgetown tennis coach to get his daughter into the school has been sentenced to about a month in home detention.
Ankie Spitzer, at her home in Israel last month, held a framed photo of her husband, Andrei, who was killed in the 1972 attack.
Center Ugonna Kingsley Onyenso is Kentucky's newest recruit, and at 17 is hoping to emulate Nigerian idol Giannis Antetokounmpo on the court and off.
The Big Ten is close to finalizing a new media rights deal with Fox, CBS and NBC, according to sources, with longtime partner ESPN no longer in the mix.
The University of Michigan promoted Brandon Naurato to interim hockey coach for one season Sunday, two days after cutting ties with coach Mel Pearson following an investigation into the Wolverines' men's program.
The Michigan Wolverines men's hockey program has cut ties with coach Mel Pearson, the school announced on Friday.
Florida track and field coach Mike "Mouse" Holloway, who has led the Gators to three national championships, has agreed to a four-year extension to keep him in Gainesville through 2032.
The board said it was "generally supportive" of the transfer package but requested additional consideration to the so-called "unlimited transfer" proposal.
Sens. Tommy Tuberville and Joe Manchin asked the Southeastern Conference on Wednesday for feedback and ideas on how to regulate the way college athletes are compensated for their names, images and likenesses.
Richard "Doc" Sander will serve as interim athletic director at ETSU, while an interim women's basketball coach soon will be named.
UCLA and Under Armour have reached agreement on a settlement, with the apparel company agreeing to pay $67.5 million for terminating a sponsorship deal with the school.
Colorado State athletic director Joe Parker has signed a five-year extension through 2027.
After the hiring of a new president and athletic director, Penn State football coach James Franklin says the university's power structure "is the way it should be." Said Franklin: "I can focus on coaching ball and not be pounding the table."
Former Temple baseball coach James "Skip" Wilson, who led the Owls program to a pair of College World Series appearances and 1,034 wins in 46 seasons, has died at the age of 92.
Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren said Tuesday that expansion beyond the additions of UCLA and USC could be considered if it provides "additional value to our conference."
Division I college football players would have two periods of time -- one in the winter and one in the spring -- to enter the transfer portal and be immediately eligible to play if a proposed rule change gets final approval.
ACC commissioner Jim Phillips said Wednesday he's exploring all available options to reduce the revenue gap with the SEC and Big Ten, but argued the arms race in college football risks doing critical damage to the college athletics as a whole.
Officials from the Big 12 told Pac-12 officials on Monday that they're no longer interested in exploring a partnership, sources said.