The 2021-22 rookie class has basically been about one team at this point: the Detroit Red Wings. With three legitimate candidates for top rookie honors, the Wings have been appointment television once again.
If the lockout marks the end of the offseason’s first round of catcher musical chairs, let’s look at which teams and free agents still have needs to fill and which other clubs could step forward with more trade possibilities.
As turnaround success stories spawn, the NFL has certainly seen its share of memorable letdown seasons. Many of which ended successful eras. Here are the most significant decline seasons in league history.
As LFO once sang, “The great Larry Bird jersey number 33.” There have been many accolades for the man they call Larry Legend that go beyond being name dropped by the fourth or five most popular boy band of the turn of the millennium.
It has been 25 years since his untimely passing and his legendary speech at the inaugural ESPYs in 1993. That speech has taken on a life of its own and has carried on the life and cause of Jimmy V. Here is a retrospective on the impact Valvano had on the world.
Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson, Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett, Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud, and Alabama quarterback Bryce Young are the four finalists for the 2021 Heisman Trophy.
The NFC frontrunners took care of business, while the AFC North continues to fluctuate. The Lions' dramatic first win also dealt a blow to the Vikings' playoff hopes, and the Chiefs kept their defense-powered resurgence going.
The College Football Playoff field is set with Alabama as the top seed, but deciding that bracket isn't the committee's only role. The group is also responsible for setting the matchups in the other four New Years' Six bowl games, which were announced Sunday.
Bryce Harper gave the Phillies exactly the type of season they hoped for when they signed him to the team’s first $300M+ deal. Unfortunately, he couldn’t pitch the ninth inning (or the eighth inning), and the Phillies fell short of true contention yet again.