Champions do not “fall back,” they step forward.
Cleveland’s baseball team is getting a makeover next year, but that doesn’t mean just new uniforms.
Super Bowl 52 pits arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history against a backup unexpectedly thrust into the spotlight, but Social is all about the underdog.
Poll: Three-quarters of football fans see head injuries as major problem. Also Poll: Football is America’s favorite sport.
Football is inherently a dangerous game. But it shouldn’t be that way for children, and it won’t be under a new legislative proposal that would end youth tackle football in Illinois.
At different points in our lives, we run for different reasons.
The relationship between NBA players and referees has grown increasingly frayed this season, and the two sides are hoping to talk about their bad blood and hug it out at next month’s All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles.
If you want to get hooked on something, make it cycling!
A debilitating eye injury and racial epithets weren’t enough to derail O’Ree’s resolve.
Philadelphia’s Mayor would love to host WWE’s flagship event.
On Sunday, Tom Brady will play in his 12th AFC Championship game, with a chance to advance to the eighth Super Bowl of his storied career.
What conversations—about race, inequality, and community—are sacrificed at football’s altar?
Captains for the 2018 NBA All-Star game are set to be announced on Thursday, and at the moment, it looks like the two selections will be familiar foes: Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry.
If your child plays contact sports, what you may consider normal behavior could be CTE/brain damage?
The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles are both without their starting quarterbacks, but they have still found a way to advance to the NFC Championship.
The Good Men Project wants to know: Why do YOU run?