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Usually one to make his feelings known, Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey kept it short amid the team's defensive woes following two consecutive losses.
The Cowboys' offense met Thursday to discuss their issues away from home before Sunday's game at Washington.
LeBron James says he's "fresh" as he begins his 16th season with a new team -- the Lakers -- and winning championships continues to be the goal that drives him.
Back at middleweight, Rob Brant in now ready to show he belongs in the division. He'll take a big step forward with a win against Ryota Murata on Saturday.
Serena Williams' coach says in-match coaching should be allowed in tennis to help the sport's popularity.
When umpire Joe West called Astros DH Jose Altuve out in Game 4 of the ALCS, the fans closest to the near-home run were aghast. Here's how they say it went down.
Bad beats are part of fantasy football, but Matthew's latest one hit him hard. See for yourself, then enjoy the usual advice for setting your Week 7 lineups.
The Sharks were a popular Stanley Cup pick after the Erik Karlsson trade, but they are struggling early. What's gone wrong, and can they fix it?
The season is taking shape, and every team is forming an identity. Here's the one thing (a player, a line or something else) carrying all 31.
The G League will offer $125,000 Select Contracts to elite prospects who aren't yet eligible for the NBA but do not want to go the one-and-done route in college.
With five teams at 1-5, the race is on for next year's No. 1 pick. There's a clear favorite, according to our projections: Arizona.
Star players are finally realizing just how much leverage they have, and for a change, few observers seem to mind when they start using it.
Can Michigan State upset Michigan at home? Can NC State win at Clemson? Can Washington State hold off Oregon in Pullman?
After a gut-wrenching loss full of miscues and missed opportunities, the defending champs hand the ball to their ace to try to extend their season.
We've got you covered before, during and after the Lakers' opener in Portland.
Kirk Goldsberry goes inside LeBron's journey to offensive greatness and what it means for this new test with the Lakers.
At wide receiver, it can be survival of the fittest, the smartest and most willing to adapt, especially for the Cardinals' and Broncos' star receivers.
To understand Paul Allen's legacy as the Seahawks' owner, it's imperative to understand how close Seattle came to losing the team before he stepped in.
Paul George told The Undefeated he "would have been in a Lakers uniform" if the Pacers didn't trade him in July 2017.
Sorry, Drew Brees, we're interested in who will snag your passing yardage record. Let's evaluate chances for passing TDs, rushing yards and more.
Will the Giants get tight end Evan Engram back this week against Atlanta? NFL Nation reporters update all the key injuries for every team.
If you're a high-profile coach who has fallen on hard times, come to Tuscaloosa. Nick Saban will get the most out of you and help you land another job.
Don't be surprised if more than one SEC team reaches the Final Four, but the conference's talk starts -- as usual -- with John Calipari's Wildcats.
Can Tennessee or Auburn steal some attention from Kentucky? We have answers to that and more.
Can anyone challenge Bama? Is Ohio State's defense at a championship caliber? This is what's in store for the nation's top teams heading down the stretch.
Lewis Hamilton is on the brink of his fifth world title but says his biggest successes are yet to come. ESPN talks to the Mercedes driver about how he plans to build a brand that goes beyond just Formula One.
The driver of the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford is used to returning home with nothing to race for except pride, but he enters this weekend's race in position to advance in the playoffs.
Georges St-Pierre said he will come back only for a fight that cements his legacy as one of the greatest ever. Whom would that be against? Our panel weighs the options.
Serena Williams showed us much more than a tennis cape in 2018. She showed us her human side.
North America's Cloud9 entered the League of Legends World Championship as the third seed, with little hope of advancing out of their group of death. Then something happened in Busan.