According to Toronto Sun Reporter Ryan Wolstat, who tweeted a quote from ESPN's Marc Stein, the Toronto Raptors have the best chance at landing retired head coach Phil Jackson because of his old connection to Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment...Show More Summary
If the San Diego Chargers came to terms with Ryan Leaf's nephew, or the Seattle Mariners gave a shot to a relative of former general manager Bill Bavasi, those stories wouldn't be any weirder than this. Among the undrafted free agents...Show More Summary
In the 1998 NFL draft, Colts General Manager Bill Polian had a decision to make: Peyton Manning or Ryan Leaf? He chose right, and as a result his job in Indianapolis was safe as long Manning was there. Now Polian is playing a different role, analyzing the draft for ESPN, and he was asked to…
After a lot of buildup in the media leading up to the trade deadline, it turned out to be a rather quiet day for Toronto. The Maple Leafs did add some defensive depth by acquiring Ryan O'Byrne from the Colorado Avalanche for a 2014 fourth-round...Show More Summary
Well, another NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and once again, the Toronto Maple Leafs were fairly quiet on deadline day. Other than dealing for Colorado Avalanche defenseman Ryan O'Byrne, the Leafs elected to stand pat and move forward with the team they've got and the farm system they've built. Show More Summary
With the NHL season just about half over, chatter about potential trades around the league is sure to pick up. After last season's disappointing finish, many were speculating that the Anaheim Ducks would trade Ryan Getzlaf or Corey Perry, or both, before they depart as free agents. Show More Summary
Damien Cox of the Toronto Star is reporting that the Ducks may be leaning toward trading Corey Perry before the April 3 trade deadline. The Ducks, as it stands, have about $16 million in cap space. They also have to re-sign Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry, Teemu Selanne, Saku Koivu and goaltender Jonas Hiller. Show More Summary
Just as Ryan Leaf's name is trotted out every year at draft time, the story of Mike Mamula will be used as a cautionary tale while trying to make sense of NFL combine scores. The combine has become yet another made-for-television event that ensures pro football truly is a year-round sport. Show More Summary
The NFL draft process is an inexact science. Just ask former-general manager Bobby Beathard. Beathard made perhaps the biggest mistake in NFL draft history by drafting quarterback Ryan Leaf in 1998 with the second pick. In fairness to...Show More Summary
A Texas prosecutor said a plea deal could allow Ryan to serve his current jail sentence in his home state of Montana.
The troubled ex-NFL quarterback faces more jail time after threatening a rehab staffer.
Just when you thought he'd already fallen as far as a former NFL quarterback could, Ryan Leaf is being moved from drug rehab to prison in Montana. The #2 overall pick in 1998, who flamed out of the league soon after, was charged with...Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf, who used to be carried in the arms of cheerleaders, was in a drug rehab center after pleading guilty to breaking into houses to steal prescription painkillers. He's not in rehab any longer. More »
Ryan Leaf has been moved from a drug treatment center to a Montana state prison for threatening a staff member and other behavioral problems.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been kicked out of a drug treatment center for harassing a staff member, among other behavioral problems. He has been moved into a Montana state prison to serve his sentence.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf is heading to prison now that he’s been kicked out of a drug treatment center. According to Sports Illustrated, Leaf, who played for the San Diego Chargers, was kicked out of a treatment program for behavioral problems including threatening a member of the staff. He will now be transferred to the Montana State Prison. [...]Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf's NFL existence has been a tortured one pretty much from the moment he was taken with the second-overall pick in the 1998 draft by the San Diego Chargers. He lasted three years in San Diego, bounced around three other teams the next two seasons, and eventually was out of football altogether. Show More Summary
Ryan Leaf’s life has taken another sad turn, as he was kicked out of his residential drug treatment program and sent to prison. The Great Falls Tribune reports that Leaf, who was sent to treatment after twice getting caught stealing prescription painkillers, has been moved from a treatment center to the Montana State Prison in…
I once thought Ryan Leaf had the makings to become a top NFL quarterback and that the gap between Leaf and Peyton Manning wasn't all that significant. "Maturing stock adds to Leaf's net worth" was the headline for a Sporting News piece...Show More Summary
The Arizona Cardinals have benched John Skelton after the quarterback missed a wide-open Larry Fitzgerald in the end zone Sunday. Skelton entered this game against the Atlanta Falcons needing one interception to tie Ryan Leaf's NFL record for most consecutive games played with at least one pick thrown. Show More Summary