Construction worker dies after falling more than 100 feet from Chargers, Rams new stadium: report

An ironworker died Friday morning after falling more than 100 feet while working on the construction of a new stadium for the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, according to a report.

The best New York athletes to wear every number

How do things change in 15 years? Well, back in 2005 I put together a list, 00 to 99, of which New York athletes own those uniform numbers. There hasn’t been a lot of team success in those years, b…

Paul Pogba's marriage of convenience with Manchester United may get unlikely spark | Jonathan Wilson

New reality caused by pandemic means a move away is unlikely and with the arrival of Bruno Fernandes the future looks much brighter for United

Derek Jeter had an escape plan if Yankees lost World Series to Mets

A Mets win in the 2000 World Series could have been Derek Jeter’s ticket out of New York City. The Yankees ended up winning the Subway Series in five games, with Jeter winning the MVP after b…

How a 'rogue' employee forced NFL, Goodell into new Black Lives Matter stance

NFL employees were "angry" and "exasperated." One went behind the league's back to force Roger Goodell to take a stand against racism.

Saints players praise Drew Brees for response to Trump's criticism: 'Apology is a form of true leade

Malcolm Jenkins was among the first critics to slam New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for his comments against kneeling during the national anthem but on Friday Jenkins was the first to back his teammate for addressing President Trump’s criticism of his subsequent apology for those remarks. 

'Jail, rape, guns...how long will it last?' Wilder issues new 'Til This Day' speech, says black men

Heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder has reprised his furious 'Til This Day' speech in a livid attack against racism, namechecking activist icons Malcolm X and Martin Luther King at the end of an incendiary week of protests in the US.

Tony Romo’s new contract looks ridiculous after CBS layoffs

The Age of Reason, as Thomas Paine penned it, was in the late 1790s. Today, we are immersed in the Age of No Good Reason. Last month ViacomCBS began layoffs of 450 employees from all parts of the c…

The NFL did the unthinkable: it gave Donald Trump the middle finger

After years of a spineless policy of appeasement, the league finally detached itself from the president and his exploitation of the flag and military

Knicks mailbag: Tom Thibodeau hiring likely would mean no Karl-Anthony Towns

You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In…

'Me and my beautiful mom': Russian swim star follows bikini beach routine with home dance hit (VIDEO

Russian Olympic synchronized swimming champion Vlada Chigireva and her mother Irina have followed up a smash-hit bikini beach dance with a home routine which went down equally well with fans.

Djokovic doubts feasibility of ‘extreme’ US Open hygiene rules

The tournament, one of the sport’s four majors, is still scheduled to take place at Flushing Meadows in New York from 24 August

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