Joe Burrow wins 2019 Heisman Trophy as LSU heads into College Football Playoff

The 2019 Heisman Trophy was awarded to Louisiana State University (LSU) quarterback Joe Burrow on Saturday after he led the team to an undefeated 13-0 season and berth in the College Football Playoff. 

Bill Belichick reveals he was unimpressed with Rob Gronkowski's pre-draft visit: he was 'a shot in t

New England Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick was unimpressed with his first interaction with former tight end Rob Gronkowski, calling the then-undrafted rookie out the University of Arizona a “shot in the dark.” 

Josh Donaldson shocks mom with Maserati after she keeps promise to quit smoking

Third baseman Josh Donaldson is giving children everywhere a run for their money when it comes to gift-giving this holiday season. 

PGA officials dismiss Patrick Reed's caddie following shoving 'incident' with Australian spectator

American Patrick Reed will have to look for another caddie for the final session of the Presidents Cup in Melbourne Sunday after his got into a physical altercation with a fan after the previous day’s match and was subsequently dismissed by officials. 

Leon Spinks showing 'small signs of improvement' in prostate cancer treatment, hospital says

Leon Spinks, the former undisputed heavyweight boxing champion who in 1978 defeated Muhammad Ali in one of the biggest upsets in the sport’s history, is in a Las Vegas hospital battling prostate cancer, though he's showing "small signs of improvement." 

Megan Rapinoe endorses Elizabeth Warren: She's 'bold' and 'real'

Soccer superstar Megan Rapinoe offered her 2020 endorsement to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on Friday, for "being bold and being real."

Longtime NFL quarterback says it's unlikely Tom Brady will return next season: 'Your family is most

Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck is betting against New England Patriots Tom Brady, saying on Friday that this could be his final season.

New York Giants waive Janoris Jenkins for refusing to acknowledge 'inappropriate and offensive langu

Former New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins was cut Friday morning after the organization said he refused to acknowledge the “inappropriate and offensive language” he used while tweeting at a fan during Wednesday’s practice. 

Tom Brady challenges Baltimore Ravens' Lamar Jackson to foot-race after record-breaking night: 'Who’

Baltimore Raven’s Lamar Jackson might be the fastest quarterback in the league, breaking Michael Vick’s single-season record for rushing yards Thursday night, but legendary quarterback Tom Brady thinks he can take him - with a little help. 

New York City strip club sees uptick in foot traffic when this team plays the Knicks

Madison Square Garden is the Mecca of basketball and when teams are in town to face the New York Knicks one strip club has found that certain teams bring in an uptick in foot traffic.

Ravens top Jets 42-21, clinch AFC North title on huge night for QB Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes, scurried into the NFL record book and guided the Baltimore Ravens to their second straight AFC North title and 10th consecutive victory, 42-21 over the New York Jets on Thursday night.

David Stern, former NBA commissioner, undergoes emergency surgery after brain hemorrhage

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern, who guided the league through a remarkable period of growth in popularity, suffered a sudden brain hemorrhage Thursday in New York City and underwent emergency surgery.