Contrary to his “Megatron” nickname, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson has been a possession receiver this season, hauling in 20 passes for 199 yards, just under 10 yards per catch.
From Thom Browne sweatpants to three-piece suits with vintage lapel pins, New York Giants’ wide receiver Victor Cruz shares his sartorial playbook.
A fantasy professional weighs in on the scandal that has engulfed FanDuel and DraftKings.
Liverpool fired manager Brendan Rodgers on Sunday after the team’s slow start this season.
Here are the Massey-Peabody model’s power rankings and best bets for this week’s NFL games, based on difference with the actual Las Vegas point spread
The Jets dispatched the Miami Dolphins, 27-14, at London’s Wembley Stadium on Sunday. Running back Chris Ivory rushed for a career high 166 yards.
Max Scherzer pitched his second no-hitter this season for Washington, striking out a team-record 17 and leading the Nationals over the New York Mets in a double-header sweep.
Why Saturday’s college-football showdown between Alabama and Georgia has both fan bases terrified: The Tide fears irrelevance, the Bulldogs fear the Tide.
In a bid to control the resale market, the Miami Dolphins are giving significant business to a ticket brokerage partly owned by team owner Stephen Ross, while cutting off others.
Hundreds of non-elite marathoners will compete this autumn for spot in the Olympic trials—despite having no Olympic ambition.
For followers of the Chicago Cubs, this has been a season of wonders.
DraftKings and FanDuel scrambled to contain fallout, as questions arose over whether the billion-dollar fantasy-sports startups do enough to police employees who have access to inside data.
The Supreme Court declined to take a new swing at baseball’s unique legal status, turning away an appeal that challenged the sport’s longstanding exemption from the nation’s antitrust laws.
Yankees starter CC Sabathia said he was checking himself into an alcohol-rehabilitation center, and will miss the team’s first push into the postseason since 2012.
Australia dashed English hopes Saturday with a 33-13 victory to knock the home team out of the Rugby World Cup.
Less is more, unless it’s the wild-card playoff, writes Jason Gay. Either the 98-win Pirates or the 97-win Cubs will have to pack their bags and go home.
To score attention, some teams in Spain are sporting shirts depicting local fare, ranging from pork to broccoli and octopus.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that the NCAA can keep a ban on compensating athletes beyond the cost of attending school, in effect nullifying last year’s landmark decision that such rules violate antitrust law.
Yogi Berra, who was memorialized in his adopted home of Montclair, N.J., on Tuesday, never forgot that his wonderful life was made possible by a kid’s game. Neither did many of the kids he helped along the way.
There is a growing belief in the long-term health risks of sitting. What is a sports fan to do?
We spent the last century turning our backs on the games the rest of the world plays. This century, we now accept that those other sports aren’t so dumb after all.
Masahiro Tanaka allowed two solo home runs and the Yankees had no answer for Houston starter Dallas Keuchel as the Astros eliminated the Yankees and advanced to the American League Division Series
The New England coach has high expectations so “good job” is something his players seldom hear—but they cherish it when they do.
The MLB playoffs showcase numerous former position players who took up pitching late and are now thriving.
Participants at the first National Wingsuit Flying Championships jump out of an airplane and use specially designed suits to create acrobatic moves.
Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Visa and Anheuser-Busch called on Sepp Blatter to step down “immediately’’ in response to the widening corruption scandal at FIFA, international soccer’s governing body.
Only one active quarterback that has attempted at least 1,000 passes has a higher quarterback rating from the shotgun formation than while taking snaps under center.
The prevalence of former wrestlers on Saturday night’s UFC card illustrates a new career opportunity for former wrestlers.
American doping regulators, worried about athletes’ increased use of thyroid drugs, had asked global watchdog to ban it.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter’s lawyers said he “had done nothing illegal or improper” and wouldn’t step down as a criminal probe continued and UEFA President Michel Platini defended receiving payment.