Rasheed Wallace is a man of many talents. Playing basketball. Getting ejected. Helping the disenfranchised. Throwing towels. He’s a Renaissance man, really.
Baseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport's industrial peace to 26 years since the ruinous fights in the first two decades of free agency. In announcing the agreement, Major League Baseball and the players
WEEI’s Rob Bradford hears that the Red Sox are “probably not” going to be a finalist for free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion.
With mounting criticism of the quality of every-week Thursday football, scattered suggestions have emerged in recent weeks that the NFL could pull the plug on the experiment. Those suggestions are stronger than that; per a source with knowledge of the situation, the league will be considering the possibility
The Pelicans are 4-10 and likely to miss the playoffs for the fourth time in Anthony Davis‘ five-year career. Davis has admitted frustration, which has fueled traded speculation.
Presidential pardons do not extend to NFL suspensions, but Tom Brady still may be heartened to know that the president-elect believes he got a raw deal when the league suspended him for the first four games of this season.
The NFL has issued a directive to its coaches and general managers to not make public comments about players who have sustained concussions.
Bills coach Rex Ryan was steaming after last night’s loss to the Seahawks, saying that the officiating mistakes at the end of the first half hurt his team.
Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, killed in a September boat crash, had cocaine in his system and was legally drunk when he died, according to a toxicology report.
Joe Namath has issued an apology for something that didn’t require the advance consumption of Tic Tacs. On Sunday, Namath questioned the severity of Jets quarterback Geno Smith’s knee injury. “If you’ve got a right knee injury keeping you out of the game why are you standing on the sideline the entire
Indians starter Trevor Bauer‘s stitched-up pinky began bleeding profusely in the first inning of ALCS Game 3 on Monday evening, forcing him out of the game much earlier than anticipated. The bloody hand naturally made people recall Curt Schilling, who famously pitched with a “bloody sock” in the 2004
Eli Manning, in case you haven’t noticed, isn’t the most demonstrative guy. The day after Beckham caught a game-winning touchdown against the Ravens (and was then penalized for pulling off his helmet), Manning said in an interview on WFAN that he was willing to overlook certain things. “I think with
Dallas police have reportedly wrapped up their investigation into current Broncos, and ex-Patriots, cornerback Aqib Talib’s gunshot wound in June, and concluded Talib shot himself.
Mathew Slater talks with Mike Giardi about what it's like in the Patriots locker room to have Tom Brady back, and why him returning doesn't mean the Patriots can stop working to improve.
Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim admitted he was “angry, disappointed, embarrassed” about his team’s loss to the undermanned Patriots Sunday night.
According to Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Sixers have had periodic trade talks this summer involving Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor and plan eventually to move one of them.
Colin Kaepernick was already a noteable NFL player as the one-time, and now apparently former, face of the San Francisco 49ers. “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color,” Kaepernick told Steve Wyche of NFL Media. In a statement
The Celtics bought the No. 53 pick in the 2013 NBA draft to get Colton Iverson out of Colorado State, and he thanked them by allowing them to keep his rights the last three years. Iverson rejected the required tender – a one-year contract, surely unguaranteed at the minimum, teams must extend to retain
The 2 Robbies give an in-depth look at what lies ahead for Leicester City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea.
Patriots safety Nate Ebner made Olympic history, becoming the first active NFL player to compete at a Summer Olympics, when he played for the US Olympic rugby team on Tuesday at the Rio Summer Games. Ebner came off the bench in a 17-14 loss to Argentina early Tuesday afternoon. Later in the day, he