Bills' safety Poyer ruled out against Dolphins, opening possibility of Hamlin making season debut
Buffalo Bills starting safety Jordan Poyer was ruled out from playing against the Miami Dolphins this weekend, potentially opening the door for Damar Hamlin to appear in his first regular-season game since going into cardiac arrest during a game in January.
Mel Tucker attorney wants Michigan State to preserve documents for potential lawsuit
An attorney for fired Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker wants university officials and representatives to preserve all documents related to the investigation, citing a potential lawsuit against the university.
Red Sox say Tim Wakefield is in treatment, asks for privacy after illness outed by Schilling
The Boston Red Sox say announcer and former knuckleballer Tim Wakefield is undergoing treatment for a disease they did not specify and asked for fans to respect his privacy after his illness was outed without his consent by ex-teammate Curt Schilling.
Versatile forwards including Stewart, Wilson in WNBA playoffs reflect growth of women's game
The WNBA has evolved to an era where more and more post players are diversifying their game to be able to step out and shoot 3s, handle the basketball and not just play with their back-to-the-basket.
Spanish police raid soccer federation as part of probe into Barcelona's payments to referee official
Spanish police have raided offices of the country's soccer federation as part of an investigation into the payment of millions of dollars over several years by Barcelona to a former vice president of Spain’s refereeing committee.
Miguel Cabrera's career coming to close with Tigers, leaving lasting legacy in MLB and Venezuela
Miguel Cabrera's career will end with the Detroit Tigers on Sunday against Cleveland at Comerica Park, where a sold-out crowd will include a few thousands fans paying for standing-room only tickets to cheer for him one more time.
TikTok says it regrets Indonesia's decision to ban e-commerce sales on social media platforms
Chinese-owned app TikTok says it regrets the Indonesian government’s decision to ban e-commerce transactions on social media platforms and particularly the impact it would have on the millions of sellers who use TikTok Shop.
Guardians give manager Terry Francona perfect send-off in his final home game, 4-3 win over Reds
Shane Bieber shut down Cincinnati for six innings and the Cleveland Guardians sent manager Terry Francona off with a victory in his final home game, 4-3 over the Reds, whose playoff hopes are hanging by a thread.
Without Lionel Messi, Inter Miami loses 2-1 to Houston in US Open Cup final
Lionel Messi was not on Inter Miami’s roster for the U.S. Open Cup final against Houston on Wednesday night, marking the fourth match for club and country that he’s missed in recent weeks while dealing with some sort of leg issue.
Reich: Panthers QB Bryce Young on track to play Sunday vs Vikings after returning to practice
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young was a full participant at practice on Wednesday and is now trending toward playing on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, according to coach Frank Reich.
Michigan State fires coach Mel Tucker for bringing ridicule to school, breaching his contract
Michigan State has fired Mel Tucker, saying the suspended football coach failed to present adequate reasons why he should not be fired for cause after having what he described as consensual phone sex with an activist and rape survivor.
Travis Kelce notes Taylor Swift's bold appearance at Chiefs game but is mum about any relationship
Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce calls Taylor Swift’s appearance at the Chiefs' victory over the Chicago Bears bold but wants to remain private about any relationship with the superstar singer.
Soccer player Paulinho won't let intolerance of his Afro-Brazilian religion stop his faith
When Brazilian soccer player Paulinho scored a goal at the Tokyo Olympics, he celebrated by pointing an imaginary arrow at the flashing cameras as homage to a deity in his persecuted Afro-Brazilian faith.
Brewers clinch 3rd NL Central title in 6 seasons despite loss to Cardinals and with help from Braves
The Milwaukee Brewers clinched the NL Central title for the third time in six seasons Tuesday night, despite a 4-1 loss to the last-place St. Louis Cardinals and with the help of a come-from-behind win by the Atlanta Braves.