Davis Cup final: Monfils beats Federer to level tie at 1-1
Dodgers acquire Peralta from Rays in 1st move since Friedman leaves Tampa Bay for Los Angeles
The NFL has moved the New York Jets- Buffalo Bills game to 7 p.m. ET on Monday at Ford Field in Detroit. The game previously was scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Buffalo, but the NFL announced earlier Thursday that it would be moved as another storm brought the area's paralyzing three-day snowfall total to at least 6 feet. "Public safety resources in western New York must be fully available to deal with the recovery from the storm," the NFL said in a statement. Initially, the Bills hoped to clear Ralph Wilson Stadium in time for Sunday's 1 p.m. scheduled kickoff, offering $10 per hour and free game tickets to fans who could help shovel out the stadium. "It is not practical to play a game in Orchard Park in the condition that our community is in," Bills president Russ Brandon said earlier Thursday, before the NFL announced the site change. "It really wasn't an option to try to play the game at any point Sunday, Monday or even...
It's often hard to reconcile what you believed to be the truth for years from what you later find out is the real truth. So is the story of Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson. The hockey world was abuzz Thursday as the explosive story of the financial wreck that Johnson's personal life has become was reported by veteran Columbus beat writer Aaron Portzline -- and later confirmed by ESPN.com. Documents also obtained by ESPN.com and information provided by those who are familiar with the Johnson situation confirm Portzline's meticulous outline of a young player whose own parents led him to financial ruin. Johnson filed for bankruptcy, and documents allege that his mother Tina Johnson borrowed at least $15 million against her son's future earnings and that Jack Johnson's current worth is less than $50,000 with debt exceeding $10 million, according to the report. The relationship between Jack Johnson and his parents has been...
Risky business: Manny Pacquiao searches for signature win over unbeaten Chris Algieri in Macau
Snowbound Buffalo Bills headed to Detroit to 'host' New York Jets on Monday night
Suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson expressed regret for injuring his 4-year-old son in an exclusive interview with USA Today Sports published Thursday night, vowing never to use a switch as discipline on any of his children again. "I won't ever use a switch again," Peterson told USA Today Sports??in his first extensive public remarks since being indicted for reckless or negligent injury to a child. "There's different situations where a child needs to be disciplined as far as timeout, taking their toys away, making them take a nap. There's so many different ways to discipline your kids." The NFL suspended Peterson for at least the remainder of the season Tuesday, just weeks after he entered a no-contest plea to reckless assault of the child. He will not be considered for reinstatement before April 15, 2015, for violating the league's personal conduct policy. Commissioner Roger Goodell, in a statement...
Carr's late TD pass helps Raiders snap 16-game losing streak with 24-20 win over Chiefs
Peterson says 'fresh start' from Vikings might be best, remorseful for son's injuries
Williams accounts for 4 TDs, North Carolina forces 3 turnovers in 45-20 rout of No. 25 Duke
Head of NBA players union calls suspension of Hornets' Taylor 'excessive,' 'violation of CBA'
Rob Manfred given 5-year term as baseball commissioner and will take over in January
FIFA to review Garcia's World Cup corruption report, putting Russia, Qatar back in question