New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick kicked off his first press conference of training camp earlier this week by informing the media that Tom Brady will be the team’s starting quarterback
Dwyane Wade’s departure from Miami surprised many, including Carmelo Anthony.
Paul Pierce has yet to make an official decision on whether he will play one more season. If he does retire, the Los Angeles Clippers will let him join the Boston Celtics first.
Move over, LeBron James. Don’t even think about throwing your hat in the ring, Kevin Durant. The same goes for you, Stephen Curry.
Brandon Marshall took to social media on Wednesday to challenge Antonio Brown to a high-stakes bet, and the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver is open to accepting.
As Greg Hardy continues to languish on the free agent market in the NFL, it sounds like he can put to bed any hopes of finding a home in the CFL, too.
Lamar Odom walked out on his family’s attempt at an intervention last week, but that is not stopping those close to him from trying to convince the former NBA star to seek professional help.
Terrelle Pryor’s five-year ban from Ohio State finally ended on Tuesday, leading to the school’s athletic director to welcome back the former Buckeyes quarterback.