Marty Walsh, the U.S. Secretary of Labor, will become the new executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association, sources told ESPN.
Dewayne Dedmon, who was suspended by the Heat last month after an outburst on the bench, has been traded along with a 2028 second-rounder to the Spurs.
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All five of Brazil's World Cup titles have been won by a native coach. Should the team look beyond their borders to break a two-decade drought?
During an attempt to expedite a resolution, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh refused to acknowledge that he lied to NCAA investigators, a source told ESPN.
Dani Alves is being held on charges of sexual abuse after giving a statement to police on Friday, a police source confirmed to ESPN.
Cormani McClain, a five-star cornerback and the No. 4 overall prospect in his class, announced he has flipped from Miami to Colorado, giving coach Deion Sanders his first five-star prospect as Buffaloes coach.
Michigan TE Luke Schoonmaker, a fifth-year senior with one year of eligibility remaining, told ESPN he's declaring for the 2023 NFL draft.
Following an abrupt end to the Packers' season Sunday night, Aaron Rodgers said he needed to step away from the emotions of the moment before contemplating his future.
Chargers coach Brandon Staley offered no apology after playing his starters throughout most of Sunday's regular-season finale, a game in which Mike Williams suffered a back injury.
The Cleveland Browns announced Monday that they have fired Joe Woods, who had been defensive coordinator since 2020.
Dobbs will get the start when Tennessee faces Jacksonville for the AFC South title.
Georgia and Ohio State each lost their starting tight end early in the CFP semifinal on Saturday, with the Bulldogs' Darnell Washington leaving with an ankle injury and the Buckeyes' Cade Stover suffering an apparent lower-back injury.
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Lynch, a surprise hire as 49ers GM in 2017, resisted big money to go back to television, instead wanting to finish the job with Kyle Shanahan.
"THE GR8 CHASE" trademark is a triple entendre, alluding to Alex Ovechkin's nickname ("The Great Eight"), Wayne Gretzky's nickname ("The Great One") and the Caps star's chase of the NHL all-time goals record.
The Super League's claim that UEFA's governance of European football constitutes an illegal monopoly has been rejected by the European Court.
Lakers stars LeBron James (ankle soreness) and Anthony Davis (illness) will not play against the Raptors.