Tua Tagovailoa of Miami Dolphins is not the only NFL player missing time due to a concussion with clubs not taking any chances on player health.
Nearly three years after Bryant's death, director Jon Weinbach talked to Newsweek about documenting the 2008 U.S. Men's Basketball Team's road to redemption.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen have reportedly hired divorce lawyers after 13 years of marriage and it could shape up to be a costly affair.
The Yankees star broke the American League's single-season home run record Tuesday. Next, he may receive the biggest contract in sports history.
Boxer siblings Sebastian and Gabriela Fundora will be fighting on the same card on October 8.
Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run this season to pass the highest-ever total but a baseball fan wrote, "Barry Bonds holds the HR record. Yup, that's the tweet."
Los Angeles Rams Linebacker Bobby Wagner produced the 'hit of the game' to lay out a streaker during the game against San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium
An investigation led by former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates found widespread verbal and sexual abuse in U.S. women's soccer.
Rogan discussed the former NFL quarterback with his guest Greg Fitzsimmons on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast.
James, along with fellow NBA stars Kevin Love and Draymond Green, are investing in the pickleball craze.
Numerous members of the Celtics have said they know as little about the allegations made against coach Ime Udoka as the public does.
"Michael Irvin is television Gold, somebody pass the collection plate," former NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho wrote in a tweet.
On Monday, the Buccaneers announced they were traveling from Tampa to Miami to use to Dolphins' practice facility to avoid Hurricane Ian.
Super Bowl LVII will emanate from Glendale, Arizona, on February 12, 2023.
LeBron James was regarded as a top high school football player in Ohio before he declared for the NBA Draft in 2003.
The Swiss men's tennis legend ended his storied 24-year career with a doubles loss and an outpouring of emotion and gratitude.
Tempers flared when Stephen A. Smith and Malika Andrews discussed the punishment announced for the Boston coach.
Nine of the 20 players playing defense this year for the Kansas City Chiefs are new to the team.
"The outpouring love and support from family, friends and the community during this difficult time means so much to me," Long told Newsweek in a statement.
One Twitter user noted that regular fans might be shocked by seeing "jack skellington walk onto the field to throw the first pitch."
The channel is being accused of largely ignoring Brett Favre's welfare scandal while devoting air time to reports that Ime Udoka is facing disciplinary action.
Manning said he was absolutely certain that Brady would be back even after he announced he was retiring earlier this year.