The Pittsburgh Steelers are happy to see running back Le’Veon Bell back with the team again. Bell was lost for the season in week 8 after tearing his medial collateral and posterior cruciate ligaments.
The Baltimore Ravens raised plenty of eyebrows when they decided to take a chance on former Cleveland Browns first round pick Trent Richardson. After not having success at any place he’s been at, many feel that this is Richardson last chance.
I think many around the NBA know that the Boston Celtics are planning to make a splash this offseason. While many expect them to go hard after Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, there are others that the Celtics have their eyes on as well.
When the Oklahoma City Thunder eliminated the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Playoffs, many started to wonder about the future of forward Tim Duncan. The future hall of famer played the least amount he has ever played in his career this season.
Ever since the NFL moved the extra point attempt back to the 15 yard line, many teams have considered going for two a lot more lately. But if you ask New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, that’s not the only thing he is considering.
Tonight, the Cleveland Cavaliers will look to push the NBA Finals to a Game 7 against the Golden State Warriors. Even though forward LeBron James and guard Kyrie Irving took over Game 5, the Cavs have also gotten a big boost from the streaky J.R. Smith.
There has been a lot going on during the Baylor Bears sexual assault and domestic violence scandal. A few days ago, Baylor’s regents were having a vote on whether or not head coach Art Briles should be suspended instead of being fired.
Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher had a very rough 2014 season. As he was fighting to repeat as national champions, he was also going through tough times in his marriage.
There has been plenty of surrounding the status of Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe. After it was reported that Monroe was not in danger of being cut, his status with the team changed drastically in the past few months.
One of the worse kept secrets during the Chicago Bulls 2015-16 season is how unhappy center Joakim Noah was with his role. Noah was not happy that he was lost his starting job and also saw his minutes start to diminish.