Positional holes and cap-space problems. Every team needs something this offseason.
Paris Saint-Germain are growing confident that they can convince Kylian Mbappe to extend his contract at the club, sources have told ESPN.
Nets guard Kyrie Irving made clear Monday that his stance regarding the COVID-19 vaccine will not change in the wake of Kevin Durant's knee injury that is expected to sideline him for four to six weeks.
Defending champion Naomi Osaka stepped into the next round, she just wouldn't step on "Melbourne."
Cardinals safety Budda Baker left Monday's wild-card game with a concussion, but had movement and feeling in his extremities after a violent collision. He tweeted Tuesday that he was "doing good."
The board of Tennis Australia issued a statement two days after nine-time champion Novak Djokovic lost a legal challenge against his visa cancellation to say that the entire saga would be subject to a review after the Australian Open.
Leylah Fernandez, four months removed from an appearance in the US Open final, lost to wild-card entry Maddison Inglis in the first round of the Australian Open.
Matthew Stafford outplayed Cardinals counterpart Kyler Murray, and the Rams got contributions from up and down their star-studded roster to punch L.A.'s ticket to the divisional round of the playoffs.
Mexican Football Federation president Yon de Luisa said fans will be handed five-year bans for anti-gay chanting.
The Raiders have fired general manager Mike Mayock after three tumultuous seasons.
As the Bruins retire O'Ree's No. 22, we spoke to people he has inspired with his story who are continuing to work to make sure hockey truly is for everyone.
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Mercedes will launch the Formula One car it hopes Lewis Hamilton will race in 2022 at a virtual Silverstone event on Feb. 18.
Arizona Cardinals safety Budda Baker was ruled out of Monday's wild-card game with a concussion in the second half, but did have movement and feeling in his extremities after a violent collision in the third quarter vs. the Los Angeles Rams.
Asked Monday whether he was confident coach Mike McCarthy would continue to lead the Cowboys next season, executive vice president Stephen Jones said, "Absolutely. Very confident."