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Fantasy baseball: Kris Bryant and five other rookies for your keeper league

Kris Bryant is baseball’s most heralded prospect.Keith Law had the 23-year-old ranked No. 1 among ESPN’s 2015 top 100 prospects. The projections have him batting.263 with 23 home runs, 68 RBI and an OPS of.843 and the top ZiPS comparable is Evan Longoria, who won the rookie of the year award in 2008 and a Silver Slugger in his sophomore season.Read full article >>

Brock Lesnar extends contract with WWE—won't return to MMA

Reigning WWE Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar just ended any speculation that he might be leaving the company after his main event match at Wrestlemania this Sunday. In an interview on ESPN, Lesnar said that he extended his contract...Show More Summary

Bomani Jones Gets ESPN Radio Show

We’re big fans of Bomani Jones, so it’s exciting to hear that he’s getting his own national radio show. Jones will host The Right Time with Bomani Jones weekdays at 9 pm. The program will be available via ESPN Radio. Jones’ show will...Show More Summary

WWE News: Paul Heyman Interrupts Roman Reigns On ESPN’s ‘SportsNation’ [Video]

Roman Reigns — who is the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and will be taking on Brock Lesnar in the main-event of this Sunday’s WrestleMania– appeared on ESPN’sSportsNation to promote this Sunday’s big event. Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson Trade Not in Vikings' Plans, According to Head Coach Mike Zimmer

After being suspended for almost the entire 2014 NFL season, running back Adrian Peterson figures to return in 2015, and Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer expects him to be clad in purple. According to ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert,...Show More Summary

Source: Hurley, Buffalo haven't reached deal

Despite reports to the contrary, Bobby Hurley has not reached an agreement to remain the coach of the Buffalo Bulls, a source told ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman on Wednesday.

Window of opportunity closing for aging Lions

ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein discusses the team's aging nucleus.

Michael Johnson believes Bengals should regain pass-rush edge

ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey discusses the team's pass-rush prospects.

Saints can count healthy veterans as additions

ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett says the return of Terron Armstead, Jairus Byrd and Brandin Cooks from season-ending injuries could be more valuable than any of New Orleans’ moves in free agency or on the trade market.

Greg Hardy will shore up pass-rushing weakness

ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer discusses the impact of Greg Hardy on the draft plans.

Chargers need a succession plan for Philip Rivers

ESPN Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams discusses the team's pursuit of a developmental quarterback as an eventual replacement for Philip Rivers.

Sizing up the Chiefs' offensive line

ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher talks about the team getting two offensive lineman in free agency and the possibility of them acquiring another in the NFL draft.

Flipping the 49ers' offseason script

ESPN San Francisco 49ers reporter Paul Gutierrez talks about how the dynamics of general manager Trent Baalke's offseason changed with the surprise retirement of Chris Borland.

Giants taking long view with Eli Manning

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano says the team's decision-makers want Eli Manning to spend the rest of his career as a Giant -- they just don't feel it's to their advantage to extend his contract at this point in time.

WWE News: Major Backstage Update On Brock Lesnar Babyface Turn At WrestleMania

Last night on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Brock Lesnar shocked the world when he announced his decision to give up the UFC forever. The reigning-WWE champion announced that it was a tough choice to walk away from MMA, but he did what he had to do for his family and long-term health. Show More Summary

Brock Lesnar chooses WWE over a return to UFC

Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar said during an interview with ESPN on Tuesday that he will not return to mixed-martial arts competition and will now perform exclusively for World Wrestling Entertainment.

Derrick Gordon, First Openly Gay Player in D-1 Men’s Basketball, Will Transfer

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Derrick Gordon, the first openly gay player in Division 1 men’s basketball, will transfer from UMass, he told ESPN.com. Chris Chavannes, who coached Gordon at Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick High School, told SNY.tv Gordon had no list in mind yet. “I appreciate everything that the coaches and my teammates have done for me,” said Gordon, who averaged 9.8 […]

Report: Someone pretending to be ESPN's president sent ESPN radio into a frenzy

There is a very strange, and unexplained narrative playing out on Washington, D.C. sports radio this month. Former Washington (...)

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