ESPN has announced that musician Hank Williams Jr. and his rowdy friends are returning to the NFL’s Monday Night Football.
The Saturday evening edition of ESPN’s flagship program “SportsCenter” was brought to you by MSNBC, the left-leaning cable news channel.
ESPN will cut more than 100 on-air employees on Wednesday, Yahoo Finance reported.
Chicago sports reporter Mark Giangreco has been suspended for a tweet that attacked both President Donald Trump and those who voted for him.
Former WNBA star Candice Wiggins claimed in an interview with the San Diego Union-Tribune on Monday that she abruptly left the league last year because her teammates harassed her for being heterosexual.
NBA star Stephen Curry said on Wednesday that he disagreed with Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s praise of President Donald Trump, adding that he stands by the company but will consider breaking his contract with Under Armour if it adopts Trump’s values.
Recently hired Florida Atlantic football coach Lane Kiffin looks about as excited as one would for a trip to the DMV in a new “hype video” as National Signing Day approaches.
Former WWE wrestler Booker T. Huffman announced on Thursday he plans to step into the political ring to run for mayor of Houston in 2019.
Michael Fulmer, a Major League Baseball pitcher on the Detroit Tigers, has taken up plumbing as his off-season job.