The U.S. men’s national team must sort out a few issues defensively before the World Cup in Brazil. Their attack is in good shape. They're stocked with talented players in the middle and on the flanks. Jermaine Jones and Michael Bradley...Show More Summary
The United States don't have Graham Zusi or Jermaine Jones. Can they pull off a big home win over Panama without them? The United States sits tied on top of the extremely tight Hex, level with Mexico on goal differential and behind Costa Rica by one goal. Show More Summary
The U.S. men's soccer team will face Panama in a World Cup qualifier Tuesday night in Seattle without midfielders Jermaine Jones and Graham Zusi.
U.S. midfielder Jermaine Jones, who suffered a head injury during Friday’s World Cup qualifier in Jamaica, did not practice Sunday and is scheduled to see a neurologist Monday. Although U.S. Soccer Federation officials have not officially ruled him out of Tuesday’s … Continue reading ?
Things are coming down to the wire in Europe with Jermaine Jones, Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley’s teams all fighting for places in Europe, while the Americans at Stoke, Aston Villa, Hoffenheim and Augsburg find themselves in relegation battles. Show More Summary
Jermaine O’Neal saw James Harden’s last-second 3-pointer bounce off the rim, went up for it and figured Phoenix and Houston were headed to overtime. Referee David Jones saw goaltending and counted the basket that gave the Rockets a 101-98 victory on Tuesday night. Harden scored 33 points and Omer Asik tied his career high with 22 rebounds [...]
USMNT midfielder Jermain Jones went home to Germany with a nick to his left ankle and will not play in the next USMNT qualifier in Mexico City. Jones is a consistent starter for the USMNT and his absence raises concerns about who will start in the midfield next to Michael Bradley. Show More Summary
Coming off a vital three-point effort from their win over Costa Rica in Colorado on Friday night, the United States Men’s National team now heads to Mexico City to take on Mexico in the famed Estadio Azteca on Tuesday night. With the...Show More Summary
"Things are going very well," the singer, disqualified from season 11 amid controversy, tells THR. read more
Jermaine Jones became the first U.S. national team player since 2005 to score in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, equalizing late in the first half of Schalke’s 1-1 draw at Galatasaray on Wednesday. The return leg in … Continue reading ?
Galatasaray were held to a 1-1 draw with Schalke in their Champions League Round of 16 first leg clash on Wednesday. The Turkish side went ahead early due to a Burak Yilmaz goal in the 12th minute, but Jermaine Jones drew the visitors level shortly before the half-time break and the score held until the final whistle. Show More Summary
Tough, tough loss. The USA suffered from a stunning loss of creativity. What does it tell you when Jermaine Jones is the catalyst of the attack? His on the money chip found Clint Dempsey who had all kinds of...
There was a lovely Jermaine Jones chip to Clint Dempsey for the opening goal of the match and a spectacular bicycle kick by Juan Carlos Garcia to level the scoreline shortly before the break. Tim Howard had kept the guests competitive...Show More Summary
After spending most of the first half pulling their usual "lay back, bomb it deep" style, the US broke through in the 36th minute. Jermaine Jones placed an overhead pass directly on the foot of Clint Dempsey, as the Honduras defender got turned around. More »
American Idol was recently accused of racial discrimination, and many former contestants have come forward to stand up for the show, calling the claims bogus. In fact, even Jermaine Jones, whose disqualification last year was cited as a catalyst for the claims, is standing up for the show. What did Jones have to say about [...]
Former "American Idol" contestant Jermaine Jones has a message for the "Idol" castoffs threatening to sue the show for racism -- keep his name THE HELL OUT OF IT!!Jermaine -- who was disqualified from "A.I." back in March 2012 for outstanding arrest…
Over the past few years, we've seen former American Idol contestants compete on The Voice. And it's about to happen again, this time with another disqualified singer. Also in today's Roundup, Fantasia continues to try and clear up her statements on same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
The ousted Season 11 competitor announced that he'll try out for the NBC singing show next month. read more
The New England Patriots are dealing with a pair of big-time absences on the defensive line. First, it was the ankle injury to defensive end Chandler Jones; add to that a four-game suspension for sub-rusher Jermaine Cunningham, who violated the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. Show More Summary