Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was announced as the 2012 Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Saturday night at "NFL Honors."
Peterson earned the award after rushing for 2,097 yards and
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft doesn't sound certain that quarterback Tom Brady will finish his career in a Patriots uniform.
"I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade tried to use his power as the captain of the Eastern Conference All-Stars to get his fellow teammate LeBron James to compete in the dunk or three-point contests. Wade has input into whom the NBA selects for the popular contests on Feb. 16, but Wade was unsuccessful in changing James's mind on the events. In December, James said he would never compete...
Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski is joining a new sport. He is now a new minority owner and sponsor of Swan Racing, a single-car NASCAR team.
Romanowski will join majority owner Brandon Davis, who plans to
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio doesn't think it's fair for Pau Gasol to be coming off the Los Angeles Lakers bench this season. Rubio stood up for his fellow Spaniard and says Gasol is more than welcome to join the Timberwolves if the Lakers no longer want him.
Vernon Davis credits former coach Mike Singletary with saving his career by helping him realize his potential and for stressing to him to put teammates first.
PGA Tour golfer Vijay Singh admitted that he used the same deer-antler spray that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis used in his recovery from a torn right triceps. Singh's use of the spray was first revealed in a report by
Pittsburgh Steelers former coach Bill Cowher says he never panicked when he coached the Steelers to 7-9 and 6-10 records, and believes the Steelers won't be panicking after going 8-8 this season.
"No. 1, there's a history with this organization; they don't panic," said Cowher via the Pittsburgh
Before the Brooklyn Nets 105-85 loss to the Miami Heat Wednesday night, Nets forward Reggie Evans got the trash talk going by questioning the Heat's NBA title last season. LeBron James kept it going by
Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps is taking on a new sport and getting very serious about it. Phelps signed on with Ping, who will provide his clubs beginning
Former New England Patriots defensive lineman Willie McGinest responded Wednesday to Marshall Faulk's claims that the Patriots videotaped the St. Louis Rams workouts and walk-through before Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002.
"If . . . we had any extra informat
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree credits his breakout season to quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Crabtree finished the regular-season with a career-best 85 receptions for 1,105 yards and nine touchdowns.
The 25-year-old says
CAN'T LET IT GO
Former Rams star Marshall Faulk insists he's over his team's loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI, but says he'll "never be over being cheated out of the Super Bowl."
The Los Angeles Lakers won their third-straight game on Tuesday by beating the New Orleans Hornets 111-106, but one of their key players is once again upset he was benched.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill was arrested again following a domestic violence incident in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah, Washington on Tuesday.
Super Bowl Media Day, where amateur and professional journalists ask questions to NFL players, some wearing suits others wearing super hero costumes. Baltimore Ravens staff writer Ryan Mink compiled a list of the top ten dumbest questions asked
After nine seasons with the Chicago Bears, receivers coach Darryl Drake is leaving to coach with the Arizona Cardinals, and coach one of the best receivers in the NFL, Larry Fitzgerald. As Drake leaves Chicago he still wonders why the team never used Devin Hester to his full potential.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis suffered a torn triceps injury on Oct. 14, by December he was back on the field practicing. Sports Illustrated has published an in-depth report of Lewis's connection with a company called Sports with
On Saturday, news broke that the Drug Enforcement Administration and Florida authorities were investigating a clinic in Miami run by Anthony Bosch for illegally distributing performance-enhancing drugs, which include human growth hormone and testosterone.
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Philadelphia eagles running back LeSean McCoy is sorry for his obscene weekend Twitter exchange with the mother of his baby son.
McCoy, 24, released a statement Monday and admitted his account was not hacked, which he claimed it to
As the Baltimore Ravens touched down in New Orleans, Jacoby Jones's mother Emily London-Jones was preparing enough food to feed 150 people. “They’re going to get off that plane and be hungry,” Emily said
Tiger Woods continued his dominance at Torrey Pines with his 8th victory on Monday, shooting an even-par 72 for a four-shot win on the course where he's won the most tournaments in his PGA career. Woods finished the
Pittsburgh Steelers former wide receiver Hines Ward wanted to play another season and could see the Steelers young receivers needed a leader, but the team felt he could no longer perform at a high level. Ward says the receivers youth is a big reason the Steelers went 8-8 and missed the playoffs in 2012.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and linebacker Patrick Willis answered questions from the media on Sunday in New Orleans. Transcript provided by 49ers.com: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick: (on if playing in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome earlier this year was beneficial in getting ready for the Super
Baltimore Ravens hard-hitting safety Bernard Pollard believes the NFL won't exist 30 years from now because of player-safety concerns and the long term effects of the hard hits he and others put on players.
Pollard told CBS Sports' Clark Judge that he doesn't think fans