Nine out of 10 ex-NFL players still experience discomfort and pain on a daily basis relating to their NFL careers.
Roc Nation Sports brought Skylar Diggins a new Benz.
The Toronto Raptors are moving general manager Bryan Colangelo over to the business side of management, and pursuing Denver Nugget Nuggets general manager Masai Ujiri to run basketball operations.
Kobe’s backtracked on retiring in 2014 and says he’s thinking about writing a book. Surely, Phil Jackson and Dwight Howard will be minor characters in his biography.
Tom Brady feels like he’s throwing better than ever after getting an offseason tune-up from his new quarterbacks coach.
Connecticut avoided becoming one giant parking lot on the first workday after a Metro North railroad crash crippled public transportation.
Calvin Johnson admitted to playing last season with two broken fingers.
Not only are the Knicks willing to ink J.R. Smith to a four-year $20 million extension, but his brother Chris might be joining him on the roster next season.
Frank Vogel claims he was just misunderstood by the media and meant no offense to the Miami Heat.
Mario Williams lawsuit against his former fiance has put he and the Buffalo Bills under a microscope.
Redskins fans were a little too generous shopping for RGIII’s wedding registry.
J. Cole's release date and album cover are both influenced by Kanye West.
T.I. and Lil Wayne dropped their new collabo track, "Wit Me."
The audio of Miguel’s inadvertent leg drop was hilariously dubbed over with WWE ringside announcer Jim Ross’ voice.
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