Atlanta Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant and New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung earn a living by making quarterbacks' lives miserable -- now they get a taste of their own medicine as they learn first-hand just how difficult a job signal-callers have.
Ohio State defensive lineman Joey Bosa joins SB Nation for a round of Answer the Question to partake in some trivia covering geography, music, and more.
New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is inching closer to a full return to the mound after undergoing elbow surgery in October. Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild confirmed Tuesday that Tanaka threw off a bullpen mound as part of his rehabilitation, per the Associated Press (via ESPN.com). Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
According to Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune, citing sources, the San Diego Padres signed utility man Skip Schumaker to a minor league deal on Tuesday. As a part of the deal, Schumaker will be invited to major league spring...Show More Summary
Griffin's altercation with a friend in Toronto will cost him more time after he fully recovers from the broken hand he suffered. Blake Griffin will be suspended four games by the NBA for his involvement in an altercation with Clippers assistant equipment manager Matias Testi in Toronto last week, according to Dan Woike of the Orange County Register. Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray joins SB Nation for a round of Answer the Question to partake in some trivia covering geography, fashion, pop culture, and more.
Dortmund fans have a unique way of protesting ticket prices. During the match against VfB Stuttgart, fans arbitrarily threw tennis balls on the pitch. It was oddly beautiful, especially in slow motion: According to The 42, much of the...Show More Summary
Old Dodgers never die, they just live to fight another day with another team. One team’s rejects are another team’s spring flier. And so it was Tuesday, a pair of discarded Dodgers’ pitchers signed elsewhere to keep their baseball dreams alive. One was Mat Latos, the right-hander acquired at the...
A medicine company paid $5 million to show us an intestine man that needed to use the bathroom. But how does the intestine man use the bathroom? During the Super Bowl, the nation met this dude: He's in an ad for some sort of medicine that helps you poop. Show More Summary
The Bulls are slumping and could now be without the services of their best player for a month. Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler will miss three-to-four weeks with a strained left knee, the team announced Tuesday. The NBA announced...Show More Summary
Knicks president Phil Jackson wasn't thrilled with Fisher often straying from the triangle offense. The devotion to the system could limit the full-time coaching search. The New York Knicks fired Derek Fisher on Monday after they lost nine of their last 10 games. Show More Summary
The conference says it's concerned about athletes' time demands. Jim Harbaugh announced on National Signing Day that Michigan is planning to host part of its spring practice in Florida at high school powerhouse IMG Academy. That is unorthodox,...Show More Summary
Mat Latos has agreed to a $3 million, one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox, giving manager Robin Ventura another option for the back end of his rotation.
The Feb. 9 schedule features five games, which makes it a perfect day to enjoy some NBA FanDuel action. Click here for the chance to win $10,000 by spending just $2 today! First off, a quick introduction. If you don't know what FanDuel is, well, you're missing out. Show More Summary
Skip Schumaker has agreed to a minor league contract with the San Diego Padres and will be invited to big league spring training.
Two PAPN episodes in one day? Yep! That's what happens when a reader question takes us in such a strange direction that it just doesn't fit with the rest of the episode. So consider this bonus content, or part two, or whatever. Just come with as we take a time machine back to 1959. It's a time of upheaval and social change. Show More Summary
The Browns are denying reports that they placed Manziel in the concussion protocol during Week 17 to hide the fact that he came to practice drunk. When the Cleveland Browns placed quarterback Johnny Manziel under the league's concussion protocol in Week 17 of the 2016 season, there were reports that Manziel had actually arrived at practice drunk. Show More Summary
Love football? Like post-Super Bowl college basketball and want to be educated before the NCAA Tournament starts? We're here, bruh. We know why you're here. We don't really understand it, we absolutely don't approve of it, but we accept...Show More Summary
It's the 25th episode of PAPN, and in this silver anniversary, Bill & Godfrey discuss Bill's S&P+ projections posted earlier this week and the Conference USA previews that began this week. Some topics: Why Iowa and FSU fans are yelling already. Show More Summary
Great seniors are everywhere this year. It's time to take notice. It isn't Ben Simmons' fault. That's the first thing you need to remember about the exhaustion college basketball fans express each time ESPN doubles down on its preseason...Show More Summary