- Dolphins RB Foster announces retirement
- Jets return to Fitzpatrick after Smith tears ACL
- Jags' Lee says he was flagged for using slur
- Harbaugh rips replay decision to uphold call
Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster -- a four-time Pro Bowler with the Houston Texans -- announced his retirement.
Jets quarterback Geno Smith tore the ACL in his right knee during Sunday's game against the Ravens. The Jets will return to Ryan Fitzpatrick as starting quarterback, coach Todd Bowles said.
Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee said Monday that he was penalized in Sunday's loss to the Raiders for using a racial slur.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said a replay official's decision not to overturn a call in this past Saturday's win over Illinois was the worst call he's ever seen in football.
Derrick Rose believes he should still be considered an elite NBA point guard and that it's only a "matter of time" before he shows it to others.
Former first-round pick R.J. Hunter has been waived by the Celtics in advance of Monday's deadline to trim the regular-season roster to a maximum of 15 players.
LeBron and the Cavs retain the throne, but it may only be a matter of time until Golden State vaults to No. 1. See where all 30 teams land as the Committee readies for the 2016-17 season.
Who will make the playoffs? How many wins will the Warriors get? Let's look at our latest projections for all 30 teams.
Under Armour has unveiled a new marketing campaign around Stephen Curry, and it's a different approach as Curry enters the next phase of his career.
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How confident are you in your pick? Which manager has the edge? We asked our experts for five predictions heading into the World Series and they answered.
Will the Cubs end their World Series drought, or will the Indians spoil the party and win the Fall Classic for the first time since 1948? See who we're picking to win it all.
Matthew Stafford's past 16 games haven't just been the best of his career; they have vaulted him into the conversation of elite NFL quarterbacks. Others can follow.
The Eagles continue to win the internet with their makeshift highlights since the NFL now prohibits using any video from within its stadiums.
The Cowboys are winning with QB Dak Prescott. Do they mess with the formula and reinsert Tony Romo? The team has dealt with similar situations before.
Leonard Fournette and Baker Mayfield have bounced back big time. The same goes for Washington and Auburn. What other players and teams are the biggest wild cards down the home stretch?
A month ago, we didn't know if Auburn would make a bowl game and coach Gus Malzahn was on the hot seat. Now, the Tigers are an SEC contender.
This is Texas after eight weeks, overmatched and outplayed again by lesser talent and growing more lost with each trip away from Austin.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians took issue with the ruling on Arizona's blocked 39-yard FG attempt in the second quarter, contending that Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner touched long-snapper Aaron Brewer.
Insider's fantasy basketball draft cheat sheet has all of the information you'll need to win your league, with rankings from Joe Kaiser, Jim McCormick and more.
Josh Brown is not expected to appeal the NFL's decision to place him on the commissioner's exempt list, a league source told ESPN.
The Canadiens are cruising, and Connor McDavid and the Oilers and Steven Stamkos and the Lightning are hot on their heels. Meanwhile, the Maple Leafs seem destined to blow big leads every game.
The open-water swim from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco can be treacherous, but it was more like a day at the beach for Brad Snyder, a Paralympian who lost his sight serving his country.
Tide true freshman QB Jalen Hurts has been remarkably consistent and resilient, and he deserves to be in the Heisman Trophy picture.
An Urban Meyer team loses on a special-teams breakdown? It happened before Saturday's loss at Penn State, and it helped Florida win a title. Meanwhile, things are looking up for Auburn.
UCLA might have the most-talented roster in the Pac-12 but the Bruins are in danger of missing a bowl for the first time since 2010. What gives?
After getting torched by Texas Tech, the Sooners' defenseless defense has become a punchline.
El entrenador del FC Dallas dijo respetar el trabajo que ha realizado Klinsmann con el representativo de las Barras y las Estrellas.
Aqib Talib to ESPN's Lisa Salters on QB Brock Osweiler: "We believed in him. We thought he was going to be our QB. We feel like he reneged on us."
The veteran Dolphins RB tells the Uninterrupted: "I'm walking away with peace. I know it's not commonplace to do it midseason, but my body just can't take the punishment this game asks for any longer."
Many of the Broncos in the teams Ring of Fame being introduced before the game. The group includes Hall of Famer Gary Zimmerman.
Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian looks far more comfortable throwing tonight then he did in San Diego.
In his return to Denver, Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler was booed when he ran onto the field. Osweiler left the Broncos to sign with Houston during the offseason.
Washington State coach Mike Leach has weighed in on who he will be cheering for in the World Series (the Indians) and why (Cubs fans bother him). Summed up, Leach thinks there are too many Cubs and doesn't like when the team is referred to as "My Cubbies." "Every yuppie with a BMW or with some special attachment to his computer or some designer set of jeans or something like that is a Cubs fans and refers to them as ‘My Cubbies,'" Leach said. "And I think there are too many out-of-the-woodwork people that like them that like them because they like the uniforms. Don't know the first thing about baseball. Probably have never even attended a Cubs games."
UCLA coach Jim Mora acknowledged that quarterback Josh Rosen is dealing with a shoulder injury and he is waiting for "the nerve to start firing again and once it starts firing again, [Rosen] should be fine." He also explained that the reality in football is that teams will target injured players, which is why he does not like to disclose injury information.
Broncos inactives: QB Austin Davis, CB Lorenzo Doss, S Shiloh Keo, WR Cody Latimer, G Connor McGovern, G Billy Turner, LB DeMarcus Ware.
No surprises on the Texans' inactives in Denver: QB Brandon Weeden WR Keith Mumphery S Quintin Demps RB Jonathan Grimes ILB Brian Peters G Oday Aboushi DE Joel Heath
They're giving out Los Angeles Sparks WNBA champions shirts to everyone at today's rally.
The Los Angeles Sparks WNBA championship rally is about to start outside Staples Center.
Trevor Bauer about to test his cut pinky.
How will the Indians use Danny Salazar? "We are going to have him available for whatever we need him for," pitching coach Mickey Callaway said. "If it is Game 4 and we need a starter, he can pitch. He can probably go four innings and 60 pitches, if we need him to."
Chargers head coach Mike McCoy said TE Hunter Henry is in NFL concussion protocol, experienced concussion-like symptoms after the game.
One thing you'll hear about heading into Game 1 is whether the five days off will hurt the Indians. It's true that there have been a few teams in the past 10 years who didn't fare well after a long layoff (like the 2012 Tigers, who got swept), but if you go back to 1995 the team with the longer layoff has won 11 of 21 World Series. If the Indians lose it won't be because they had three more days off than the Cubs.
Red-hot Indians reliever Andrew Miller talks about going against several former teammates who are now with the Cubs.
Stat of day that would have been hard to guess: Dolphins' RB Jay Ajayi is 6th in the NFL in rushing, 3rd in the AFC.
Here is Indians outfield Rajai Davis talking about disrupting Jon Lester and the rest of the Cubs pitching staff with the running game, and doing it more successfully than the Dodgers were able to do it in the NLCS.
Some pre-game entertainment as the Monday Night Football crew attempts field goals after the Cardinals and Seahawks kickers had trouble last night.
ESPN's Monday Night Football crew trying their luck at the field goal attempts the kickers had such difficulty with in the Sunday night game.
Odell Beckham spent Monday in treatment. He was "pretty sore," according to Ben McAdoo. Beckham played through pain Sunday in his hip and abdominal area.
It's an absolutely beautiful afternoon in Denver about three hours before tonight's game between the Texans and the Broncos.
Terry Francona just told us that Danny Salazar will be on their WS roster and Cody Anderson will be off.
There's a line of fans waiting to get into the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA championship rally outside Staples Center.
On his quarterbacks, 49ers coach Chip Kelly indicated that Colin Kaepernick will get another start against New Orleans when his team comes back after the bye week. Kelly pointed out that he and the coaching staff will discuss all their options as they always do but also said "I don't envision making changes at the quarterback spot."