Favre Denies Wrongdoing in Mississippi Welfare Scandal
Brett Favre says he has done nothing wrong and has been "smeared" in the media in response to his involvement in a sprawling welfare investigation in Mississippi, according to a statement given to Fox News Digital.
Broncos Lose Pair of Starters for Season After Ugly Loss
An ugly loss Thursday night to the Indianapolis Colts turned even uglier Friday morning for the Denver Broncos as coach Nathaniel Hackett said left tackle Garett Bolles (leg/ankle) and cornerback Ronald Darby (knee) will miss the remainder of the season.
Former 1st-Round Pick ‘Quietly’ Announces Retirement
Quarterback Blake Bortles, who led the Jacksonville Jaguars to a division title and the AFC Championship game after the 2017 season, says he has retired.
With Home Run #703, Pujols Reaches Another Milestone
Albert Pujols hit his 703rd career home run Monday night.
Minnesota Vikings Announce RB Cook’s Status for Sunday
Minnesota Vikings tailback Dalvin Cook has been cleared to play Sunday in London against the New Orleans Saints, coach Kevin O'Connell told reporters Friday.
20-Time Grand Slam Winner Federer Announces Retirement
Roger Federer is retiring from professional tennis at age 41 after a series of knee operations, closing a career in which he won 20 Grand Slam titles, finished five seasons ranked No. 1 and helped create a golden era of men's tennis with rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
Reigning DPOY T.J. Watt Could Miss Remainder of Season
T.J. Watt's outlook for the rest of the season is still up in the air after he sustained a torn pectoral in the Steelers' 23-20 overtime victory against the Bengals.
Beleaguered Bear: Smith Requests Trade From Chicago
Bears linebacker Roquan Smith said in a written statement that he has requested a trade after contract negotiations between himself and the organization reached an impasse.
Historic DQ of Winner at Pocono Gives Chase Elliott Victory
In an extraordinary decision for a NASCAR Cup Series race, Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin had his Pocono win thrown out and runner-up and teammate Kyle Busch also was disqualified after their Toyotas failed inspections.
UGA Tags Smart With Record Breaking Contract
After guiding Georgia football to its first national championship in 41 years, coach Kirby Smart has agreed to a new 10-year contract that will pay him a record $112.5 million through the 2031 season.