The Jets have frequently been mentioned as a potential suitor for free agent running back Le’Veon Bell, but there may be at least one reason the Jets are hesitant. Or possibly 260 reasons: According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, there was “word on the street” thatRead More →

David Price: Switch from No. 24 to No. 10 all began with Dwight Evans originally appeared on We now know the significance of David Price’s new No. 10 uniform. But what prompted his switch from No. 24 in the first place? Well, Price doesn’t believe it will be availableRead More →

Ferrari’s new SF90 has reliably featured at the top end of the timesheets throughout the first week of the Barcelona test, as Sebastian Vettel headed the opening day and Charles Leclerc went quickest on the second. In addition to the usual testing caveats over engine power and fuel load, Ferrari’sRead More →

Willie McGinest slams critical Steelers blog with accurate takedown originally appeared on Score another victory for the New England Patriots in their “rivalry” with the Pittsburgh Steelers, thanks to a guy who’s beaten them a few times before. The Steelers blog “Steelers Depot” bashed NFL Network analyst Willie McGinestRead More →

Ander Herrera strode up to Alexis Sanchez after the final whistle, clasped his teammate’s hand forcefully, pushed him aggressively in the chest and squeezed him tight. The final whistle had just blown on Manchester United’s latest impressive win under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer — 2-0 at Chelsea in the FA CupRead More →

The NFL’s official uniform supplier is supplying a football jersey that carries the colors and logos of no NFL teams. But it will carry the name of a prominent former NFL player. Dubbed the Kaepernick Icon Jersey, the $150 item is a black with white lettering and a white numberRead More →

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Duke might have to figure out what the Zion Show will look like without its namesake. And Zion Williamson could have some things of his own to consider, too. All because of a freak injury to arguably the most exciting player in college basketball in theRead More →

Buffalo Sabres GM Jason Botterill gave head coach Phil Housley the “vote of confidence” on Wednesday. In an interview with reporters including The Buffalo News’ Mike Harrington and The Athletic’s John Vogl, Botterill said that he is not looking to make a coaching change. “We’ve made progress as an organizationRead More →

Zion Williamson’s knee injury knocked Duke back and they have to to plan for him not playing, said coach Mike Krzyzewski. Blue Devils star Williamson was dribbling towards the basket in the first minute of the 88-72 loss to North Carolina on Wednesday when his left shoe ripped, leaving himRead More →

Patrick Kane is unstoppable right now, and he continues to bring the Chicago Blackhawks with him. Chicago couldn’t have been happy to see a 4-1 lead evaporate into a 4-4 tie against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday. Overtime provided another opportunity for Kane to exert his dominance, though, asRead More →

As the presumptive No. 1 pick in this year’s NBA draft writhed on the Cameron Indoor Stadium floor grabbing his right knee Wednesday night, the sickening sight raised a pair of momentous questions. Was that the last we’ll see of Zion Williamson in college basketball? And should Duke’s prized freshmanRead More →

The Anaheim Ducks have taken Jakob Silfverberg off of the trade market with an unofficial five-year extension. Reported details about the deal Salary cap “tagging” issues could explain why the deal is unofficial – and could be unofficial until March – but various reporters (from The OC Register’s Elliott TeafordRead More →