The Dallas Cowboys have three key players they want to get locked up to new contracts, but the organization itself doesn’t feel they’re close to an agreement with any of them.
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer returned to the mound for the first time since July 25 on Thursday night, but he knows he still has to monitor his back injury.
Ezekiel Elliott has not said much about his contract standoff with the Dallas Cowboys, but the Dallas Cowboys running back dropped a strong hint of what he’s looking for in a retweet Friday.
A joint investigation by the NBA and Sacramento Kings cleared coach Luke Walton of allegations of sexual assault, citing no sufficient basis to support the allegations.
There are still some indications that the Indianapolis Colts are not certain that quarterback Andrew Luck will be ready to start in Week 1 of the NFL season.
The Detroit Lions have locked down Damon Harrison for another year.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the defensive lineman has signed a one-year extension with the Lions worth $11 million.
The Chicago Cubs’ two-year deal with Brandon Morrow will end with him providing a half-season of pitching.
There are many segments of fans and analysts who believe that letting position players pitch in blowout losses is a way to cheapen the game.