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Key excerpts from U.S. District Judge Richard Berman's 40-page opinion vacating the NFL’s four-game "Deflategate" suspension of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
There was a time, not very long ago, when Spain was giving the modern sports world a very 16th century feel. But Spain isn't want it used to be.
In the run-up to the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal has been pointedly confident about his expectations—a reminder that he is a 14-time major champion, despite his recent troubles, and could bully his way toward a 15th.
Maria Sharapova announced Sunday afternoon that she had withdrawn from the U.S. Open with a right leg injury.
Fresh off a $300 million round of funding, fantasy-sports company DraftKings is launching a new ad campaign to gin up fan interest as the National Football League season gets underway.
Illini football coach was dismissed Tim Beckman on Friday, just one week before the start of the 2015 season.
Darryl Dawkins, whose backboard-shattering dunks earned him the moniker "Chocolate Thunder" and helped pave the way for breakaway rims, has died. He was 58. The Lehigh County, Penn., coroner's office said Dawkins died Thursday morning at a hospital. No cause of death was immediately announced; an autopsy was scheduled for Friday.
At Auburn, athletic department officials lobbied to preserve public administration, a favored major among athletes. But what is it, and why were so many athletes interested in it?
Chinese property and entertainment giant Dalian Wanda Group is buying World Triathlon Corp. for $650 million.
For Dallas-born golfer Jordan Spieth, it’s been bleak times rooting for his hometown Cowboys.
A recently unearthed video of Cris Carter telling NFL players that they should have a fall guy if they get in trouble shows the challenge the league has in changing its culture.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a concussion after being repeatedly knocked around the field by the Detroit Lions in a Thursday preaseason game.
Asked during a trip to Asia why he doesn't miss playing, Shaquille O'Neal morphed into his "Shaq Fu" alter ego, saying he "killed off all of his enemies." He also said that young star Anthony Davis would have been too little for him...
In an attempt to analyze whether Twitter can help predict a bank run, analysts at the Bank of England learned more than they bargained for about an NFL team.
In the future, it may seem ridiculous that the coming out of professional athletes was treated as a big event. But for now, it remains a groundbreaking story, the latest being Milwaukee Brewers prospect David Denson—the first active, openly gay player in affiliated professional baseball.
The Wall Street Journal Sports team provides analysis of the final round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
A rattling first day for America's top female gymnasts on their "road to Rio"-branded national championships has many people looking for redemption Saturday night.
Nick Kyrgios is an undoubtedly talented tennis player and plays with a primal fearlessness. On the other hand, he also can come off like an undoubted jerk at times.
Tom Brady was the big talk on social media Wednesday, but it wasn't just because he was at the Deflategate hearing.
NBC Sports extended its agreement to carry England's Premier League soccer for an additional six years under a new deal announced Monday. The Comcast-owned sports unit will carry games for England's top league through the 2021-2022 season. Ahead of the 2013 season, NBC scored a three-year deal for roughly $250 million, which expires this season.