• Eagles Win But They Really Lose

    Eagles Win But They Really Lose

    Philadelphia emerged from a back-and-forth affair victorious, but might have lost its most important player. The Eagles believe Carson Wentz's season is over after the quarterback suffered an ACL injury in his knee during Philadelphia's 43-35 win Sunday over the Los Angeles Rams, NFL Network Insider ...

  • Hand Him The Heisman

    Hand Him The Heisman

    Since the NCAA began allowing athletic scholarships in 1950, no player to win the Heisman Trophy ever started his career as a walk-on. Baker Mayfield changed that Saturday night. Mayfield, the Oklahoma quarterback whose storybook saga began with him walking-on to Texas Tech, captured the 83rd Heisman ...

  • Derek Jeter, Still Looking Out For the Yankees

    Derek Jeter, Still Looking Out For the Yankees

    After helping the New York Yankees to five World Series titles, Derek Jeter might help them win another. The Yankees and Jeter’s Miami Marlins have agreed to a trade that would send NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton to New York, pending a physical, a person familiar with the negotiations said Saturday. The person...

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    The "Japanese Babe Ruth" Has Pick A Team

    Shohei Ohtani has decided he’s on the side of the Angels. The Japanese two-way star announced Friday he will sign with the Los Angeles Angels, ending the sweepstakes surrounding his move to the majors in a surprising destination. Ohtani, who intends to be both a starting pitcher and an everyday power ...

  • X-Men Director Sued For Allegedly Raping Teenaged Boy

    X-Men Director Sued For Allegedly Raping Teenaged Boy

    Director Bryan Singer has been accused in a lawsuit of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old boy at a party more than a decade ago. The lawsuit filed in Seattle claims Singer demanded sex from Cesar Sanchez-Guzman during a 2003 yacht party. After the then-teenager refused, the lawsuit says, Singer pushed...

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