NFL free agency tracker: The 10 best available free agents still unsigned in 2020

By the time NFL free agency in 2020 technically begans Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET with the start of the new league year, the majority of notable moves had already taken place. But there is still plenty of free agent talent left to be claimed on the open market. The legal tampering period for soon-to-be free agents and the franchise tag window took many of our top 50 free agents off

Coronavirus: Inside the week that shut down the NBA and NHL

It has been just one week. That’s all. Just one full week since Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus, just one full week since the NBA became the first of the North American pro sports leagues to suspend operations, one week since sport essentially stopped. The NHL quickly followed the NBA’s lead and suspended play. Major League Soccer and Major League Baseball shuttered as well. Golf lasted

This is the crazy life story of Mike Tyson

From offering a zoo keeper £9K to fight a gorilla, blowing £55m in ONE YEAR, carrying a bag of cocaine with a straw ‘like a milkshake’ and biting a chunk out of Evander Holyfield… This is the crazy life story of Mike Tyson Heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson’s life has been more turbulent than most He was once the biggest star in world boxing and the most feared fighter Outside the

'The Last Dance' documentary: Release date, latest news on ESPN series covering Michael Jordan's Bulls

With the NBA season suspended amid coronavirus concerns around the world, plenty of basketball fans have been asking, or rather begging, ESPN to release “The Last Dance,” a documentary series covering Michael Jordan’s final season with the Bulls. The documentary features never-before-seen footage from Chicago’s 1997-98 championship campaign, including interviews with Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Phil Jackson and other key members of the Bulls’ dynasty. It is also spread out over 10 parts, which

It took a pandemic to stop the Tiger Train

For Elyse May, husband Randy Middleton and their children, Hayden and Emma, going to the MCG to watch Richmond is a family ritual. They're part of the heaving mass of yellow and black-clad bodies you might know better as the Tiger Train. Elyse May with son Hayden, 7, and daughter Emma, 4. Credit:Scott McNaughton Ms May has been going to the footy since she was a kid – her father

Tom Brady says goodbye to the Patriots: 'My football journey will take place elsewhere'

It is, apparently, the end of an era. Much ado has been made whether or not Tom Brady would remain a member of the Patriots for the 2020 season. After many reports signaling the potential end of the Brady-Belichick-Patriots era in New England, on Tuesday, it appears that Brady confirmed those rumors with a heartfelt goodbye post on Twitter. To all my teammates, coaches, executives and staff, Coach Belichick, RKK

'The NRL is not high on list': Morrison shuns rugby league grant

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says “the NRL is not high on the list” of funding priorities as the government responds to the coronavirus outbreak. The NRL is facing the prospect of its cash reserves drying up in just three months if the premiership is called off, while ARLC chairman Peter V’Landys claims the game will lose more than $1 million for every weekend that crowds are locked out of stadiums.

Gremio players walk on to the pitch with MASKS in protest

Gremio players walk on to the pitch with MASKS in protest at having to play amid coronavirus crisis as Brazilian league matches go ahead The Brazilian league’s matches are going ahead with fans not allowed to attend It was the statement by the hosts that made the most noise during the 2-2 draw The Turkish Super Lig has also bucked the trend by allowing games to go ahead Coronavirus symptoms:

Will the Premier League help out lower league sides who could go bust?

The decision to postpone all matches will have serious implications for some football clubs… so will the Premier League use their £1.5bn cash to help lower league sides who could go bust? The top clubs in the Premier League are awash with money from TV deals But those further down the pyramid are heavily reliant on matchday income If broadcasters demand money back they could risk losing television rights The decision to

'She is obviously the rising star after Winx': Waller praises Funstar

There is something about Funstar that gets to champion trainer Chris Waller a little bit. The star filly joined Winx on the honour roll of the Phar Lap Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday, much to Waller’s delight. It was the fifth time in six years that Waller has won the group 2 with a filly – a run which started with Winx – but this win was special. James McDonald