• Houston WR Andre Johnson Reports to Camp

    Houston WR Andre Johnson reports to camp, says he's excited to be back with his teammates

  • The NFL's domestic violence problem

    Today the NFL finally issued a two-game suspension for Baltimore running back Ray Rice. What an ugly situation. This offseason Rice was reportedly caught on an elevator surveillance camera punching his then-girlfriend in the face. A few minutes later, in a video that went viral, Rice was seen pulling her apparently unconscious body out of the elevator. And now ... two games? Commissioner Roger Goodell has issued longer suspensions for pot smoking, taking Adderall, DUI, illegal tattoos, dogfighting and eating a protein bar thought to be on the NFL's approved list. Two games. It's a joke, and a bad one. Worse, it leaves the door open for people to think that Janay Rice bears a lot of the responsibility for eliciting the punch that seemingly knocked her out. Two games. This comes in the same offseason when elite pass-rusher Robert Mathis got four games for, according to him, using an unapproved fertility drug as he and his wife tried...

  • Dallas Cowboys LB McClain Convicted in Alabama

    Dallas Cowboys LB, former Tide star McClain convicted on misdemeanor charges in Alabama

  • 3-Year-Old Golf Prodigy Has PGA Tour Dreams

    At just three-years-old, James, known as “Baby James,� is the pint-sized pride of southern Louisiana for his skills on the golf course.

  • Navardauskas Wins Stage 19 of Tour De France

    Lithuania's Navardauskas wins 19th stage of Tour de France after breakaway into Bergerac

  • FIFA Rejects Calls to Strip Russia of World Cup

    FIFA rejects calls to strip Russia of 2018 World Cup; says tournament can be 'force for good'

  • Rule Change: Blood and Bumps at Commonwealth Games

    Boxing rule change: No headgear but plenty of bumps and blood at Commonwealth Games

  • Chuck Knoblauch accused of assault

    Former Minnesota Twins star Chuck Knoblauch was arrested Wednesday night on charges that he allegedly assaulted his ex-wife.  The Twins issued a statement Thursday saying that Knoblauch's scheduled induction into the team's Hall of Fame had been canceled. The team was slated to honor Knoblauch on Aug. 23 at Target Field.  The Twins did not directly address the details of the arrest in their statement but did say their decision was made "in light of recent news reports" and after "direct communication" with Knoblauch. "There are no plans to reschedule," Twins President Dave St. Peter said. "I suppose over time this could be revisited, but at this time from the Twins' organization perspective, we currently have no intent to reschedule." Knoblauch was released after posting $10,000 bond. He is due in court on July 30. Knoblauch, 46, divorced Cheri Knoblauch in 2012. He was convicted of hitting a previous wife in 2010 and...

  • Malaysian Cyclist Reprimanded for Gaza Protest

    Malaysian cyclist reprimanded for "Save Gaza" protest during Commonwealth Games race

  • Mercedes Drivers Fastest in Hungarian GP Practice

    Lewis Hamilton leads Mercedes domination in 1st practice session for Hungary GP, Rosberg 2nd

  • AP Source: NFL Stadium Sites Explored in Toronto

    Person close to situation: Bon Jovi group studied Toronto sites; to meet with NY developers

  • Cavs Sign Wiggins, Who Can't Be Traded for 30 Days

    On The Clock: Cavs sign rookie Andrew Wiggins; No. 1 overall pick can't be traded for 30 days