Roy Jones

Bernard Hopkins (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Keidel: Please Stop, B-Hop — Bernard Hopkins Is Boxing’s Version Of Rolling Stones

Hopkins is now the boxing version of the Rolling Stones — jamming to the oldies, catered to the crowd once so proud to call boxing their favorite sport, with Hopkins the last emblem of the sport’s onetime eminence.

03/12/2013

Five-time All-Star Jorge Posada, center, walks past New York Yankees manager Brian Cashman, left, and manager Joe Girardi, far right, a day after the slumping star asked to be removed from the lineup and ended up in a messy public spat with management. Girardi said Posada apologized to him in a face-to-face conversation. (credit: AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Paige One: In Sports, It’s What Have You Done For Me Yesterday?

Usually, the older an athlete gets, the longer he lingers on the playing field, the uglier it gets. Boxers Shane Mosley and Roy Jones, Jr. and New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada come to mind.

WFAN–05/25/2011