Jim Harbaugh, once critical of Colin Kaepernick, now praises his former quarterback as one of Time magazine's most influential people.
Tom Brady, a longtime friend of President Trump, will not join the Patriots in their visit to the White House on Wednesday.
The Falcons are supposed to move into a new home this fall, but they're keeping the old one around ... just in case.
Marshawn Lynch has begun navigating the bureaucratic thickets necessary to return to the NFL, according to an ESPN report. Source: Marshawn Lynch has begun NFL reinstatement process, hoping to play for #Raiders or could team with Richard Sherman if CB traded.
Eduardo Paes, former mayor of Rio de Janeiro and an instrumental figure in getting the 2016 Rio Olympic Games up off the ground, is under investigation for allegedly accepting bid-related bribes. Paes is one of numerous officials caught up in the course of that probe. Two years prior to the Games,
A NASCAR appeals panel has denied Team Penske’s appeal of a penalty levied against Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 team, meaning crew chief Paul Wolfe will miss two more races. Keselowski lost 35 points, the team was fined $65,000, and Wolfe was suspended for three races. Wolfe sat out one race before appealing
Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler won big, and that paid off for a savvy gambler. Sergio Garcia’s Masters win was nice and all, validating a two-decade-long career spent chasing majors. Sweet! Someone parlayed a Garcia victory with a win by Rickie Fowler at the Honda Classic last month.
SunTrust Park, the still-under-warranty home of the Atlanta Braves, presents a simple truth: you can have one hell of a fine time here without ever seeing a single live pitch. There’s no doubt that SunTrust Park, which opens for regular-season duty Friday, is a beautiful facility. It’s also impossible
Shutdown Corner is counting down the top 50 prospects in the 2017 NFL draft with a scouting report, quotes from NFL evaluators and a projection where they might be drafted. Key stat: Deer made national news earlier this month when he showed up on security cam footage in hard-hitting action. While “
Sergio Garcia curled in that 12-foot birdie putt, the most important shot of his life, and the first one there to congratulate him was the man he’d just vanquished. Justin Rose embraced Garcia, the man whom he’d played beside and against for more than two decades, and spoke in his ear as the gallery
Sergio Garcia, the onetime teen prodigy whose career has been defined by what he hasn’t done rather than what he has, finally captured his first major on Sunday afternoon. Garcia shot a 69 and outdueled Justin Rose in a playoff, coming from two strokes behind with five holes to play and avoiding self-inflicted
Now this is how you create a few Masters memories. Matt Kuchar, the cheeriest fellow on Tour and one of the most notable never to win a major, stepped up to the tee at the 16th hole five strokes back of the leaders. Kuchar drew back his seven-iron, let fly, and, with the precision of a man who’s played
The putter Arnold Palmer used to win the 1964 Masters sold at auction on the morning of Masters Sunday, 2017 for the phenomenal price of $97,691. Palmer used the putter to win that Masters, his fourth green jacket and his seventh and final major overall, by six strokes. Palmer didn’t need to use the
On Saturday afternoon, Jordan Spieth stood in the exact same spot, 230 yards from the pin. Mickelson himself was nearby, his own hopes of another green jacket detonated in a sloppy, careless third round. Phil would offer no 13th-hole heroics today, but Spieth … Spieth had something big in mind.
Jeff Knox, Augusta National's designated "marker," teed off on Saturday morning alongside former world No. 1 Jason Day, and he'll get to play the course again on Sunday.
Hadwin, who made headlines earlier this year for carding a 59 in the CareerBuilder Challenge, won entry into the Masters thanks to his victory at the Valspar Championship just three weeks before Augusta.
For about 90 seconds, Sergio Garcia was alone atop the leaderboard at the Masters. Garcia had been playing some strong golf, birdieing the first three holes of the day at the same time first-round leader Charley Hoffman was swan-diving down the leaderboard. Hoffman bogeyed the 11th hole just ahead