Anheuser-Busch said it was disappointed and increasingly concerned by the NFL's handling of recent incidents, which the brewer said "have overshadowed" the league's season.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton pressured the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday to suspend running back Adrian Peterson until an accusation of child abuse is resolved in the Texas legal system.
Follow the Sports Retort's rules for NFL survivor pools and remain alive to brag about it for another week.
South Americans filling traditional soccer scoring role as training regimens, offensive systems evolve.
Barry "Butch" Wilmore is embarking on a trip that will take him to a place where he can watch college football whenever he has time to himself. He's going to outer space.
The basketball World Cup over the last month in Spain was expected to test a relatively depleted Team USA. Yet this U.S. team not only won the World Cup, but the team's average margin of victory was 33 points.
In the darkest week in the league's history, one full of embarrassment and ugly turns, a nervous corporate executive or two probably pondered: What if the NFL ever stopped being the NFL?
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson posted bond after being indicted in Texas for injury to a child in the disciplining of his 4-year-old son and the NFL said the allegations 'will be reviewed under the Personal Conduct Policy.'
The All Blacks don't lose rugby matches very often, particularly at home. But exactly five years ago, South Africa did scrape a win in the Land of the Long White Cloud.
A round-up of the week's best writing on the growing controversy surrounding the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice case.
The Los Angeles Angels have the best record in baseball, but The Count wondered: How accurate is fantasy baseball compared with reality?
A grand jury will decide whether Nascar star Tony Stewart will face charges in the death of a fellow driver during a race last month in upstate New York.
A round-up of the best sportswriting on the league's tumultuous Week 2.
With five teams in the top 10, the SEC West is best.
Floyd Mayweather retained his undefeated record at the MGM Grand, with a unanimous decision over Argentine challenger Marcos Maidana.
Andrew Luck is widely considered one of the NFL's best quarterbacks, but a deeper look reveals he hasn't really lived up to the hype as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 draft.
At age 37, undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. is obsessed with being remembered as boxing's best ever. But in his next fight, a rematch against Marcos Maidana on Saturday night, he is facing a fighter who was arguably his equal the first time they met.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is still undefeated, but the statistics say that boxing's biggest star—who faces Marcos Maidana in a rematch on Saturday—has been getting hit more in his recent fights.
Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis will miss the rest of the regular season and the first eight games of the playoffs after testing positive for the drug Adderall.
Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry is taking an indefinite leave of absence after audio recordings surfaced of him using a racial slur to describe an NBA player, the team said Friday.
The NFL Players Association wants a neutral party to hear the suspension appeal of free agent running back Ray Rice, saying that Commissioner Roger Goodell is an 'essential witness' in the case.
The Philadelphia Eagles are rolling because of a speedy offense, a smart coach in Chip Kelly—and a secret network of college professors from across the country.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a letter to teams on Monday that he is adding three women to advise on league policy and promoting current NFL employee Anna Isaacson to the new role of vice president of social responsibility.
Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson, indicted last week for injury to a child, said "I want everyone to understand how sorry I feel about the hurt I have brought to my child."
New scheduling in European soccer's international breaks spreads out matches, gains viewers.
It was supposed to be a snoozer of a weekend in college football. But somewhere along the line, something all too familiar occurred.
The Atlanta Hawks released an open letter of apology to fans and the city of Atlanta, saying the organization "did not do the right thing" to correct racially inflammatory words and innuendos "over a period of years."
A U.S.-based investment group backed by Guggenheim Capital said it was considering making an offer for English Premier League soccer club Tottenham Hotspur.
he NFL estimates that nearly three in 10 former players will develop debilitating brain conditions, and that they will be stricken earlier and at least twice as often as the general population.
How Golf Channel/NBC manages the controlled chaos of blending the action and the numbers.