The last thing pro football owners want is to lose another labor dispute.
As the Giants' unlikely Super Bowl win proved, it's almost impossible to guess how pro football will shake out.
The fans, players, and coaches all hate exhibition games—but the owners keep the ritual alive.
It's easy to assume the cyclist is guilty—but there's still no proof.
In his new biography, sportswriter Joe Posnanski gives several excuses for Paterno, but none of them works.
R.A. Dickey is having an amazing season pitching for a team that's got no hope of making the playoffs.
The Olympic record-breaking swimmer has gone from unbeatable to fallible to dominant again. But what happens now that he's about to retire?
Yes, the sanctions will hurt. But they won't do anything the program hadn't already done to itself.
The Knicks' decision to abandon their unlikely superstar is seemingly about money—but it's probably more about spite.
Why the midsummer lull is good for sports fans
Need proof? This is the second year in a row Albert Pujols isn't on the roster.
The country that produced Rafael Nadal and several Tour de France winners may be on its way to capturing the European soccer championship.
Understanding what went wrong at the most controversial boxing match of the year
Federal prosecutors want to convict someone—anyone—for using performance-enhancing drugs.
Announcers once used simple, straightforward language. Now they rely on terms like "walk-off home run." What happened?
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author has written just seven books over the course of her career, but her slow care is part of what makes her great.
The reliever is the team's best hope now that their legendary closer is injured.
All the algorithms in the world can't predict who will succeed and fail in pro football.
A lithograph of George Bellows's masterpiece is up for auction this week.
The FX series, based on Elmore Leonard's novels, takes inspiration from Hemingway, Westerns, and crime-novel classics.