Prosecutors are turning up the heat on Shayanna Jenkins, Aaron Hernandez's fiancée. In a filing, they list more than a dozen instances of evidence contradicting Jenkins's testimony to a grand jury in the murder case against Hernandez. Read more...
When LeBron James went home, he did it for the right reasons—reasons that, according to him, went "above basketball," per the heartfelt missive he released through Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins. "I have a responsibility to lead, in more ways than one," James said. Show More Summary
Prosecutors believe Aaron Hernandez's fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, has lied more than a dozen times.
Mick Jenkins has just wrapped up a new deal with Cinematic Music Group and he’s preparing his project The Water[s] for an August 12th release. Check out the Chuck Strangers produced “Lazarus” above and hit the jump for the full tracklist. 1. ShipWrecked (Produced By ThemPeople) 2. Die For T.H.C (Produced By T.H.C) 3. The […]
With the additions of Darren Sproles, Malcolm Jenkins and Jordan Matthews, the Philadelphia Eagles had more or less a successful offseason. But they missed many opportunities to fill roster holes. Question marks continue to exist on the team and could have been prevented with a few more free-agency moves or draft-day changes. Show More Summary
``If Jenkins accepts the allegations, made in a lawsuit filed by New York's Attorney General, he will face a dilemma arising from his pledge to jettison any business that does not fit into the bank's new, squeaky-clean image. But the U.S. Show More Summary
LeBron James announced his decision to return to the Cavaliers through a letter published by Sports Illustrated. Lee Jenkins follows up with some interesting factoids about the decision's aftermath. Even after the Miami Heat were bashed...Show More Summary
You no longer have to be on the outside looking in. Call it the Airbnb effect: Porsena and Porchetta chef-owner Sara Jenkins is offering a traditional Italian Sunday lunch on EatWith.com, a website matching hungry guests and hosts for meals at people's homes. Show More Summary
Mick guests on “Colours & Movement” with Rico Green. Look out for new music and info on Mick’s new project The Waters to drop later this week. Spotted: FSD Previously: Mick Jenkins & Supa Bwe – Treat Me
The second NBA superstar announcement of the week came via Melo's personal website. Carmelo didn't don an all-black suit and dial up the word count with the help of Lee Jenkins, but he also announced his final free agency decision via website. Show More Summary
Despite a defense that rated 32nd in passing yards allowed in 2013, the Philadelphia Eagles didn ’ t make many attempts to upgrade this unit. General manager Howie Roseman brought in veteran safety Malcolm Jenkins to take over for free-agent bust Patrick Chung. Show More Summary
LeBron James is returning to Cleveland, so newspapers around the country were able to show just how creative they can be by coming up with headlines and graphics. On Friday afternoon, Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins broke the news that James was returning home. Show More Summary
“Before anyone ever cared where I would play basketball, I was a kid from Northeast Ohio.” This was the very first sentence of LeBron James’ essay, as told to Lee Jenkins of SI.com. James would then go on to say: It’s where I walked....Show More Summary
The restraints on NBA free agency have been lifted. With LeBron James going back to Cleveland, per Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins, the floodgates can now open with the most important piece of the NBA landscape settled. Yet there still...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat saw their best player and four-time NBA MVP LeBron James leave, as reported by Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated, for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday afternoon. From there, the Heat had two options. Option No. 1: Blow everything up. Show More Summary
Journalism's latest man of the match, Lee Jenkins, called this evening from Cleveland, where he's continuing coverage of the LeBron James Coming Home Story that they'd broken together earlier in the day via an open letter. Read more...
LeBron James' latest spin around the NBA's free-agency carousel is over, per Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated, which means that everyone else's can either begin or resume. To be sure, it's not as though the entire market has stood still since it opened on July 1, per se. Show More Summary
No matter where LeBron James decided to sign this summer, at least one team's fans were going to be upset. On Friday afternoon, Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins broke the news that James was returning home to play with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Show More Summary
LeBron James has left the Miami Heat for a return to the Cleveland Cavaliers after breaking the news in an essay told to Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins. Where does the move leave Heat President Pat Riley and his Miami franchise? Ethan Skolnick joins Howard Beck to give his take in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
LeBron James is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, announcing the move in an essay told to Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated that states his intent to fight for a title in his home state. What is next for LeBron now that he looks for redemption? Howard Beck breaks it down in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com