ESPN 49ers reporter Paul Gutierrez says now that the team is out of the playoffs they are at a crossroads; play to win or get a look at younger players on the roster?
ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss says Ryan Lindley’s comfort level with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald should help him Sunday.
ESPN Steelers reporter Scott Brown discusses the possibility of extended duty for Ryan Shazier.
ESPN Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams talks about the team getting off to a fast start offensively to dictate tempo against 49ers.
ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey discusses Jeremy Hill's emergence and the challenge of facing the Broncos' rush defense.
ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak says playoff-hungry fans in Western New York, who are rooting for two more Buffalo wins, should also hope for losses by Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Baltimore in the crowded AFC postseason race.
ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold talks about the five-year extension signed by defensive back Chris Harris Jr. and why it makes sense for both sides.
ESPN Seahawks reporter Terry Blount says as long as the line protects Russell Wilson, the defense should be able to hold off Ryan Lindley and the Cardinals.
Real Madrid are close to securing the talents of defender Sergio Ramos on a new contract amid reports the Spanish international is seeking a significant pay rise. Per ESPN FC's Dermot Corrigan, former Real sporting director Arrigo Sacchi...Show More Summary
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The last season of Larry David's wildly popular show 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' aired in 2011. Since then, he's put the show on hold. He won't say he's done with it, but he also won't say that he's coming back. On a podcast with ESPN's Bill...Show More Summary
1. Manning toughness Just how ill was Peyton Manning on Sunday in his game against San Diego? Maybe more so than is generally known, which would make his performance more impressive than the statistics show. ESPN reported that Manning needed four bags of intravenous fluid, and that, according to Dr. Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White has already assured in an interview with ESPN that CM Punk, the iconoclast former WWE Champion turned UFC hopeful, will be pitted against competitors who share the same level of mixed martial arts experience. Show More Summary
Jabari Parker, one of the brightest young stars in the NBA, has reportedly torn his ACL. ESPN's Marc Stein first revealed the news, while Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski confirmed the report: Early in the third quarter of Monday's 96-94...Show More Summary
Jabari Parker’s promising rookie season appears to be over. The Duke star, who was selected No. 2 overall by the Bucks, suffered a torn ACL during a game Monday, according to ESPN. If true, Parker’s injury would be a major blow to a Milwaukee team that is off to an unexpectedly good start. After finishing […]
Jabari Parker's knee injury won't sink the Milwaukee Bucks this season, but it could put a major damper on the franchise's future plans. ESPN's Marc Stein was the first to break the news that Parker suffered a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season, and Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports confirmed the news. Show More Summary
Jabari Parker will likely miss the rest of the season with a " suspected torn ACL," according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Parker left last night's win over the Suns with a "sprained knee" after he collided with PJ Tucker. He becomes the second lottery pick to suffer a season-ending injury, after Julius Randle broke his leg in his first game of the season. Read more...
The Florida Panthers and Washington Capitals crushed an NHL record (previous was 15) Tuesday night: Panthers beat the Capitals in a 20-round shootout. Longest shootout in NHL history! — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 17,...Show More Summary
Alex Rodriguez, meet your new competitor for third base, Chase Headley. ESPN is reporting that Headley has signed a four-year contract worth $52 million. The Yankees beat out teams such as the Giants and Red Sox for Headley’s talents. Show More Summary
After some weird early-season hiccups, LeBron James, Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers are starting to gel. They've won eight of their last 10 games and, on Monday night in a win over the Charlotte Hornets, put on just the kindShow More Summary