Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has now been formally charged with misconduct by the English F.A. after a spat he instigated with the referees during yesterday’s Premier League match against Burnley.
The Sports Reporters, a Sunday morning talk show in which boomer columnists who stopped actually watching sports when Michael Jordan retired for the second time take turns benevolently donating their dignifying Pensive Faces to the vulgar ball-games, will be canceled, according to a report by Sports…
The danger, if you can call it that, of regularly watching Lionel Messi play soccer—which is to say, to watch one man routinely perform stupefying acts of brilliance the likes of which you’ve never seen before—is that at some point, you run the risk of becoming inured to it.
Before his team took on the Magic in Orlando yesterday afternoon, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was introduced to the home crowd as a “former Orlando Magic star.” That was a curious way to describe Kerr, seeing as how he only ever played 47 games in Orlando, where he averaged 2.6 points per game.
Ah, Yankee Candle: The brand that goes from lovely smelling to headache-inducing faster than you can say “Fresh Balsam.” If you need to replenish your candle stash, take up to 40% off large jar and 2-wick candles during today’s Amazon Gold Box. But this is a one-day sale, so get your wax on before this burns out.
Today brings us the best news of the NFL season. According to NBC 4's Carol Maloney, Jim Tomsula—former firewood cutter, night janitor, doormat salesman, and 49ers head coach—is returning to the league as Washington’s defensive line coach.
In his ninth NFL season, tight end Martellus Bennett is heading to the Super Bowl.
If there’s a silver lining to yet another appearance by the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl—they’re early three-point favorites—it’s that the whole thing should make commissioner Roger Goodell at least a little uncomfortable. Goodell has gone out of his way to avoid New England this postseason. So now the…
We’ve all had to throw away leftovers or cuts of meat and cheese that spent a little too much time in the fridge or freezer, but vacuum sealing your foods can keep them safe from freezer burn pretty much indefinitely, and dramatically extend their shelf life everywhere else.
Bill Belichick, man of much pettiness and few words, had this to say about the New England Patriots’ 36-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers:
The New England Patriots are headed to yet another Super Bowl after giving the business to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Chris Hogan hauled in his second touchdown of the game and the Patriots took a 17-6 lead over Pittsburgh in tonight’s AFC championship game thanks to this 34-yard flea-flicker touchdown that left the New England wide receiver looking, briefly, quite panicked.
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After the Falcons scored a touchdown on their opening drive, the Packers responded by missing a field goal, and things didn’t change so much from there. The 24-0 lead the Falcons took into the locker room was the largest deficit that Aaron Rodgers has ever faced at halftime. An already struggling defense was hurt more…
Congratulations to Louis Williams, the only Laker with more than 10 points today. (He had 15.)
Something worth revisiting after the death of Yordano Ventura this morning—the Kansas City Star’s 2015 series “Becoming Yordano,” which followed the pitcher home to the Dominican Republic and traced his background from his childhood small town to the Royals Academy in Santo Domingo.
And so it begins, in this year of our orange overlord: a new season of motorsport beefs. Last night’s AMA Supercross race in Anaheim, California brought us the first episodes of anger in 2017, debuting what some overeager commentators have been waiting for from the edge of their seats: the fights, duh.
California Chrome co-owner Perry Martin began his acceptance speech for Horse of the Year at last night’s Eclipse Awards with a modest declaration: “Everyone told me I did a wonderful job, so I’d just like to say, ditto.” He then rambled on for nine minutes of complaints and odd stories before being forced to leave.
So you know that Facebook Live stream in which the NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown showed the innards of his Pittsburgh Steelers’ team’s locker room, where coach Mike Tomlin went off during a post game rant?