Sean Mannion pass complete to Brandin Cooks for 54 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
Bryce Harper's fast start to the season has shown what he truly could be capable of doing over the long haul.
Warriors star Stephen Curry missed the equivalent of a quarter after taking a hard fall on his head, neck and back area near the basket in the second quarter of Monday night's Game 4.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and tight end Jimmy Graham will miss the first day of organized team activities Tuesday to attend the funeral of Graham's personal manager in Florida.
Rockets center Dwight Howard lingered around the Toyota Center well into Tuesday morning as fans were advised not to leave because of severe weather conditions.
MONTREAL -- Michael Sam says his priority is helping the Montreal Alouettes win, not making history as the first openly gay player in the Canadian Football League.
Ken Hitchcock is returning to St. Louis' bench on a one-year contract.
Rafael Nadal began his bid for French Open title No. 10 with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Quentin Halys.
LeBron James opened up public negotiations for teammate Tristan Thompson's impending restricted free agency Monday, telling reporters that he wants the big man to stick around Cleveland.
The start of the 2015 season is 100 days away. Here are 100 things we can't wait to see, starting with Jim Harbaugh's return to Michigan.
Join us for NFL Nation TV's Spreecast 57 as it addresses the latest goings-on in the league, including Ray Rice's reinstatement.
Tampa Bay defenseman Victor Hedman finds himself one win away from a berth in the Stanley Cup finals. And don't think former Swedish stars haven't noticed.
Frustrated after a poor Game 3, James Harden took it out on the Warriors in Game 4, scoring 45 points to keep the Rockets alive.
The Minnesota Twins are ahead of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central and they're breathing down the necks of the Kansas City Royals.
Roger Penske has been coming to Indianapolis as a team owner since 1969. How does he feel after winning his 16th 500? No. 17 is on the line starting today.
Martin Truex Jr. led a bunch of laps but still finished fifth Sunday night in the Coca-Cola 600. Sure, it's frustrating, but he feels like a win will come any race now.
Our staff ponders whether Rory McIlroy's struggles at Wentworth are cause for concern and what to expect from Jordan Spieth at the Byron Nelson.
James DeGale scored an upset victory over Andre Dirrell in a highly competitive unanimous decision Saturday, won a vacant title and sent a strong message to the super middleweight division.