The most noteworthy announcements at the start of the league year may have been the early retirements of San Francisco linebacker Patrick Willis, Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker and Pittsburgh linebacker Jason Worilds.
Phil Jackson is paying attention to Kentucky basketball, and you should be, too.
While some of the best players have already been franchise-tagged by their current teams, here’s a look at the 10 best players who will be available in free agency.
For the New York Rangers and New York Islanders, this is a time when patience will be tested. The season has reached the final quarter and the playoffs are just around the corner.
Peterson says he is “praying” about his future. He should be praying to be reinstated and begging for forgiveness for his heinous behavior.
Serious plans for the NHL’s March 2 trade deadline are being made right now, and it’s all about making the best possible deal.
Peter Laviolette, Jon Cooper, Michel Therrien, Jack Capuano and Alain Vigneault have all done outstanding jobs this season and should be the leading candidates for NHL coach of the year.
Allegations get made, and when Little League chooses to investigate, it can find fault with the adults who are in charge of these programs. But there are plenty of issues involved, including the programs that don’t get investigated.
The great ones ignore their critics and let their talent do the talking. Woods has done this many times, and he has to rally and do it once again if he is to get the last laugh.
The Giants need help at the linebacker and safety spots as well, but Reese needs to make sure the defensive line is fully stocked and ready to roll.
The Pats will survive this epic battle by a 27-24 margin. They will rollick in confetti and Belichick and Brady will rejoice with their fourth Lombardi Trophy.
The Islanders are no longer about being a feel-good story or rising above expectations. What they have done so far is set the bar very high.
If the Patriots can put the hangover of this scandal behind them, this could actually be one of the most memorable Super Bowls of them all.
Bill Belichick has a lot in common with Richard Nixon and Barry Bonds. They all cheated for no obvious reason.
Let’s look at the responsibilities of each of the four head coaches and their keys to victory — and a chance to play for the Lombardi Trophy.