Even though no major fight cards took place, it still turned out to be an interesting week in mixed martial arts.
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Arizona will not be sending the 28-year-old corner to the Jets “barring a miracle,” according to the New York Daily News.
We break down the move of Manny Pacquiao aligning himself with the longtime manager of Floyd Mayweather.
Patience is in short supply in Orlando, but the Magic's front office is hoping rookie Mo Bamba will eventually become a star capable of changing the franchise's future.
Expect top picks Rasmus Dahlin and Andrei Svechnikov to be among those rookies who stay in the NHL, while Edmonton's Kailer Yamamoto could be on his way back to junior.
The 24-year-old guard sprained the MCL in his left knee in the Bulls’ 115-109 loss to the Mavericks on Monday.
Chase Elliott is looking for his third win in his last four races, but Kyle Busch will have something to say at one of his best tracks.
ESPN was hoping Jason Witten would do for "Monday Night Football" what Tony Romo did for CBS Sports. Instead, Witten is is danger of following the unfortunate path of another ex-Cowboy who had a comically tortured relationship with the English language...
Several fans have complained about Anthony "******" McFarland's cart on "Monday Night Football," but the network calls it an "enhancement" to its coverage.
Is it possible to buy low on Keenan Allen? And what do people think of Latavius Murray's value? Fantasy Alarm's James Grande breaks down the trade values of a few of fantasy's top waiver pickups and buy-low, sell-high candidates heading into Week 8.