Patriots' Edelman will not be prosecuted for vandalism

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman will not be prosecuted for charges stemming from his January arrest for misdemeanor vandalism, multiple media outlets reported on Thursday.

Briton scales 'indoor Everest' - with help from frozen peas

The anti-coronavirus lockdown may have left plenty of Britons ready to scale their walls in frustration, but runner John Griffin has put his pent-up energy to better use - by climbing the height of Mount Everest up his staircase.

Nick Saban does email now thanks to coronavirus

Nick Saban is almost entirely consumed by football. In November 2016, the Alabama coach claimed Election Day passed without his knowledge. Still, Saban’s bubble is even smaller than we imagin…

This isn’t how Tiger Woods wanted to keep the green jacket

Every golfer dreams of having the Masters’ famed green jacket in their possession one day. Tiger Woods only wishes he had the opportunity to lose it. Coming off his thrilling victory at Augusta las…

No Masters, so Woods battling son Charlie for green jacket

Tiger Woods should have been trying to keep his Masters green jacket out of the clutches of the world's top golfers over the next four days, instead he will battle his 11-year-old son Charlie for it over putting competitions.

Steph Curry FaceTimes jersey-wearing nurse in inspiring video

Now, it is Steph Curry in awe of one of his fans. After learning of an ICU nurse sporting his jersey while helping fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Warriors superstar FaceTimed Shelby Delaney — bef…

Coronavirus hits home for Yankees’ Clint Frazier

First, the coronavirus pandemic interrupted what Clint Frazier was hoping would be a breakthrough season. Now, it may be endangering a close friend of his. “It’s something that resonates with me be…

'He wanted to touch the ball again': Zlatan dodges Italy lockdown and trains with Swedish club he co

While Italy is under lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has trained with Hammarby – the Swedish club at the centre of the controversy that saw his statue torn down at first club Malmo.

Tiger Woods insists he was ‘ready’ to defend Masters title

Defending champion reflected on his health in his first interview in two months

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, …

Ex-NFL running back Chris Johnson accused in murder-for-hire plot related to 2015 gang hit: report

Former Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson has reportedly ben accused of being involved in a gang-related murder-for-hire plot related to a 2015 shooting in Florida that resulted in the death of his friend. 

Ron Rivera gives big hint on Chase Young, Redskins’ draft strategy

The prospect of trading the No. 2 overall pick in NFL Draft 2020 comes with the risk of losing a shot to pick star edge rusher Chase Young. First-year Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera is n…