Michael Sam, the first openly gay athlete to be drafted in the NFL, is flying to Dallas Tuesday night to take a physical for the Dallas Cowboys. If he passes, the team plans to sign him to its practice squad, ESPN reports. ESPN football...Show More Summary
NBC Sports reports that the Dallas Cowboys are going to sign Michael Sam to their practice squad. The Cowboys plan to bring in Sam for a physical and sign him to the practice squad if he passes, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Ian...Show More Summary
BREAKING: COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER CHOOSES NEW NICKNAME. MORE ON TONIGHT’S SPORTSCENTER WITH A LIVE REPORT FROM COLLEGE STATION AS WELL AS A LIVE LOOK-IN AT JOHNNY MANZIEL’S TWITTER FEED TO SEE IF HE MIGHT TWEET SOMETHING THAT CAUSES US TO STOP EVERYTHING WE WERE PLANNING TO DO. WHO ARE WE KIDDING, WE HAVE NO PLANS […]
According to ESPN's Jackie MacMullan (h/t WEEI.com), point guard Rajon Rondo has informed the Boston Celtics that he does not intend on re-signing with the team following this season and would like to be traded, a report that both Rondo and his agent have denied. Show More Summary
The Dallas Cowboys are interested in signing Michael Sam to their practice squad, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Ian Rapoport has more details, and says the deal is close: Michael Sam flies in to Dallas tonight, source says. He’ll take a physical. Show More Summary
Michael Sam may finally have a home. According to ESPN, the Dallas Cowboys plan to bring the first openly gay player in the NFL in for a physical exam on Wednesday, and if Sam passes, he will then sign with the team's practice squad...
Michael Sam is about to find an NFL home. The Cowboys plan to bring in Sam for a physical and sign him to the practice squad if he passes, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. There’s been much talk since the Rams cut Sam that teams are avoiding him because they don’t want the attention…
Detroit Lions' Ndamukong Suh is one of the most complex and polarizing players in the NFL. He has immense talent, yet sometimes crosses the line, be it throwing around quarterbacks or stomping on opponents. But who is Suh, really? It...Show More Summary
"Redskins" isn't a divider. It's a uniter. In a divided America, one alleged controversy--the Washington Redskins--actually unifies. Very few people want the team nickname changed. An ESPN poll shows that more than seven in ten Americans support Washington's NFL franchise keeping its nickname. Show More Summary
But most Washington players want to keep it. [ more › ]
Michael Sam, trying to make the St. Louis Rams and possibly become the first openly gay player to play in an NFL regular-season game, was cut by the team on Saturday despite having a solid preseason.
The St. Louis Rams waited patiently to make an addition at quarterback after losing starter Sam Bradford for the season. On Monday, they made their move by claiming quarterback Case Keenum off waivers from the Houston Texans. ESPN.com...Show More Summary
ESPN and the NFL have reminded us several times over the past week that the football season is about to begin with help from Wieden + Kennedy New York. In the latest pigskin-flavored spot to promote SportsCenter, the network plays on...Show More Summary
64 out of 64 picked the Patriots to win the East. One picked the Cowboys to even make the playoffs.
Poor Chad Henne gets no respect. Not only does everyone want to give his job away to rookie Blake Bortles, but fantasy owners prefer a guy who just lives in Jacksonville to the Jaguars starting quarterback. ESPN just tweeted out word that more people in their fantasy leagues own Tim Tebow (1.3 percent of teams)…
Former Missouri player Michael Sam watches pregame festivities before the start of the South Dakota State-Missouri NCAA college football game Saturday, Aug. 30, in Columbia, Mo. Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team, was released by St. Show More Summary
ESPN spent what amounts to a small island nation’s GDP to build their fancy new digital center to house SportsCenter. The brand new state-of-the-art facility was supposed to bring SportsCenter into the modern age cost an estimated $125 million dollars. And with all that money being spent, they still couldn’t get a working touchscreen. Touchscreen 1, […]
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- ESPN Insider Mike Sando spent time this spring at Jon Gruden’s famous pre-draft quarterback camp. Tuesday, after the Oakland Raiders named rookie Derek Carr their starting quarterback -- he’s the first of this rookie class to be named the starter -- Sando recalled some of his notes from the experience. Show More Summary
ESPN continues to churn out “This Is SportsCenter” ads. The latest, with a seasonally appropriate fantasy sports themes, involves New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham and New York Giants tight end Victor Cruz picking their fantasy “SportsCenter” teams. I dunno: Is Bob Ley due for a “bad hair year”? Based on his recent facial […]
Henne is starting for the Jags on Sunday.