American football has never really translated overseas. NFL Europe, for example, failed after a 16-year existence.
Though Randy Moss may be most remembered for his moon, fans shouldn’t forget how he lit up the NFL.
For good reason, many people — this writer included — have cheered the NFL’s return. But would a football break have been a win for the game’s crazed fans?
Bill Belichick, the dour coach of the New England Patriots who has long preached the importance of character in his players, acquired two of the NFL’s most notorious misfits on Thursday.
On Wednesday, former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead in his apartment outside Los Angeles. Authorities are calling Irabu’s death an apparent suicide.
This week, the transactions wire and rumor mill are going mad.
The NFL lockout came to a close on Monday afternoon, as player representatives from all 32 National Football League teams approved a new collective bargaining agreement that the owners ratified last Thursday night. “Football is …
Two Sports Illustrated writers pen a work of fiction in which a Tiger-like fallen hero earns redemption just by being real. What if Woods did the same?
Thank you, ladies of Japan and the United States. Thanks to you, the next time someone whines about the lack of excitement in soccer, we get to punch that person in the face.
The women’s World Cup title game, between the U.S. and Japan, in Frankfurt, kicks off at 2:45 Eastern time today. Here are five things to watch for in of the most highly anticipated games in U.S. soccer history.
Hope Solo, goalkeeper for the U.S. women’s soccer team, is emerging as a charismatic star. But she wasn’t always a great teammate. What her story says about second chances
Your government failed you today.
If America wins this World Cup, can we just bronze Abby Wambach’s head?