Patriots owner Robert Kraft delivered an explosive statement about Tom Brady’s punishment Wednesday morning. He was followed by coach Bill Belichick.
The four-time Super Bowl champion has lost his appeal against his four-game suspension for his alleged involvement in the deflation of team footballs to gain a competitive advantage.
Early Monday, Mayor Marty Walsh said he would not sign a contract that would have taxpayers pay for budget overages.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has a rule that disallows families of deceased players from giving speeches in addition to a tribute video, according to the New York Times.
World Wrestling Entertainment terminated its contract with him after reports surfaced alleging he made racist comments on video.
The ousted ESPN personality will join HBO, the network announced Wednesday.
In an unsettling new interview on HBO’s Real Sports, Christy Mack describes the night she was allegedly attacked by her ex-boyfriend, MMA fighter War Machine.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Wednesday that entitles cheerleaders for professional sports team to minimum wage and other protections.
In May, the team suggested that a locker room attendant calling himself the “Deflator” was actually a reference to his attempts to lose weight. This was edited out of the team’s rebuttal in June.
“This team is so awesome.”
The governing body of college athletics has barred the state from hosting championship games since 2001. But with the Confederate flag set to be removed from the statehouse on Friday, South Carolina will once again be eligible to host.
The former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman faces up to three years in prison.
The team has lost a significant battle in its efforts to retain its federally registered trademark of the name.
The United States Women’s National Team will get a paltry $2 million for its victory on Sunday. The men’s German team got $35 million for winning the 2014 World Cup.
NASCAR called it an “unprecedented collaboration among the tracks that host its national series events.”
The 32-year-old ballerina has been with the dance company since 2000.
Bob Raskopf argued in federal court that the team’s name was not offensive to Native Americans.
The former first-round NFL draft pick turned convicted dog-fighting promoter is in his second year hosting a football camp for inner-city kids. They run routes and get life advice – with varying degrees of success.
The former Cincinnati Red, who holds the all-time record for hits, has been banned from baseball since 1989.
The Oakland-based champions defeated LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers in six games.