Premier League players likely to resume training next month amid coronavirus testing plan

Premier League players could be given daily coronavirus tests at training grounds as clubs gear up to resume training in May.

Tua Tagovailoa’s nightmare draft scenario could play out: ‘Flunked’

A week ago Tua Tagovailoa went through a thorough medical exam with an independent doctor agreed upon by NFL team physicians. The NFL Network reported the results were “overwhelmingly positive̶…

Seton Hall lands ‘stud’ transfer Bryce Aiken to ease Myles Powell hurt

The day was Sept. 19, 2015. Myles Powell committed to Seton Hall during an official visit and would later become one of the program’s all-time greats. That same day, his close friend, Bryce Aiken, …

England could play intra-squad game if cricket returns this summer

Competitive preparations will be non-existent if cricket does manage to return

'HORSE' basketball competition to help fill void for hungry sports fans

Sports-hungry fans missing live events which are on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic will get a reprieve this weekend when Oklahoma City Thunder's 10-time All-Star Chris Paul leads a cast of current and retired players in the first NBA HORSE challenge.

Tom Brady was the ‘most unhappy 8-0 quarterback’ last season: Al Michaels

Not even an undefeated start could cure Tom Brady’s Patriots unhappiness last year, according to NBC play-by-play man Al Michaels. After Brady confirmed his Patriots exploration date Wednesda…

Premier League clubs to get advance on prize money to ease cashflow problems

Premier League clubs are to receive an advance on prize money and media payments to help ease cashflow problems during the coronavirus crisis

"Ingenious insanity": Fans pay to have heads stuck on eerie mannequins as football in Belarus defies

Dinamo Brest have invented an ingenious idea that could cope with the loss of supporters and revenue at their matches due to the covid-19 pandemic - by charging fans for having their faces put on mannequins in the stadium.

What if the IT hits the fan? Why IT know-how could hold the key to success at the 'fully virtual' 20

The NFL Draft is always a sea of activity at each of the 32 NFL franchises, but the unprecedented, 'fully virtual' setup of the 2020 event looks set to present challenges teams have never faced before.

Players at increased risk of mental health problems, warns Fifpro

Global players’ union fears those stranded away from home could be facing ‘enormous distress’

Dominik Cruz appears to get new UFC 250 opponent after Jose Aldo's reported visa issue

Dominik Cruz’s fight against Jose Aldo at UFC 250 next month was reportedly put on hold.

How English players abroad were left scrambling to get back home

For several English players overseas, the panic to get back home has quickly been followed by uncertainty over what lies ahead