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Cringeworthy gaffes have been a part of sports lore long before Mark Sanchez ran into a teammate's backside. Here are some of the most bizarre blunders ever.
Boston has lacked a true middle-of-the-order bopper since David Ortiz retired. One man could bring back fireworks to Fenway like no other.
Patriots superfan Katie Nolan hosts some of her new ESPN colleagues for a holiday meal fit for five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.
You know what really takes the edge off on Thanksgiving? Giving a good, old-fashioned football beatdown before dinner. Our X's and O's guru runs through the plays that will help you beat your loved ones.
A combination of youth, speed, skill and inexperience help make the Devils and the Leafs two of the most thrilling teams to watch night in and night out. But don't forget about those high-flying Blues!
President Donald Trump continued his criticism of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and LaVar Ball, bashing both in a series of tweets Wednesday morning.
After stumbling to a 19-point deficit early in the third quarter, the Lakers turned things around as Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (21 points) led a late rally past one of the East's least fearsome teams.
The path is clear for the "Japanese Babe Ruth" to play in the majors in 2018. Here are seven teams that have a chance at securing his talents.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said critics who have questioned whether he still cares about the game are "absolutely nuts," saying, "I go out there and give everything I have."
The latest rankings keep the Tide in prime position for the playoff, even if they were to lose to No. 6 Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Miami improves to No. 2, but the options are dwindling for two-loss teams such as Ohio State, USC and TCU.
Three-time gold medalist Gabby Douglas has become the third member of the "Fierce Five" U.S. women's gymnastics team to say she was "abused" by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor.
As expected, there was minimal change to this week's CFP rankings. Miami swapped spots with Clemson for the only change among the top 12.
Despite rolling to a victory this week, Clemson fell to No. 3 in this week's CFP rankings, switching spots with No. 2 Miami. Oklahoma remains at No. 4, while top-ranked Alabama readies for the Iron Bowl against No. 6 Auburn.
Major League Baseball and the players' union reached an agreement Tuesday on a new posting system that would allow Shohei Ohtani to leave Japan and play in the majors next season.
"They're soft. They don't know how to coach my son," LaVar Ball told Bleacher Report in discussing the Lakers' approach to coaching his son. Lonzo Ball has two triple-doubles but has generally struggled with his shot through 17 games as a pro.
Players like Michael Porter Jr. don't often choose to play basketball at Missouri. His decision was supposed to lift the Tigers, make them relevant again. And even before Porter played, you could feel it. Then, after it barely started, it ended.
Alshon Jeffery will face the Bears, his former team, on Sunday, but the wide receiver's focus is on winning a championship with the Eagles.
John Elway clarified his comments about the Broncos getting "soft," saying Tuesday in a radio interview that he was referring to the entire organization and that he would "put myself at the front."
The Oakland Raiders have relieved Ken Norton Jr. of his defensive coordinator duties. The Raiders rank in the bottom third of most defensive categories this season and do not have an interception in their first 10 games.
Former Braves general manager John Coppolella was placed on MLB's permanently ineligible list, and the team lost one of its top prospects after committing serious rules violations in the international signing market.