Looks like you can add one more modifier to the jet-flying, limousine-riding, Rolex-wearing life of “Nature Boy” Ric Flair — lawsuit-slapping.
Whatever happened to Tarik Cohen? You remember, that little guy on the Bears who took the NFL by storm in Week 1 with 158 all-purpose yards.
The Bears hired John Fox to be their turnaround guy, but the veteran coach has taken the team sideways.
Considering the current landscape of college basketball, the last thing a coach wants is to call undue attention to his program.
For Bears coach John Fox, someone already on the hot seat, things turned to white-hot on social media after his bungled replay challenge.
It’s funny how things happen. Heading into this season, the Bulls probably figured they could slowly bring along top draft pick Lauri Markkanen.
A Boston radio host went on a merciless, mocking rant about Roy Halladay, calling him an “idiot” and “moron” after the plane crash that took his life.
Sounds like Jimmy Butler still isn’t ready to move on from the Bulls.
More than two years in the making, the 90-minute film directed by Rory Karpf takes a hard look at Flair’s glamorous but flawed life.
Despite cracked ribs, Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler played one of the best games of his career on Sunday night.
A caller on sports radio the other day started comparing Mitch Trubisky’s first four NFL starts to those of Aaron Rodgers.
Even if you don’t like basketball, TNT’s “Inside the NBA” continues to be must viewing.
The NFL replay system is broke. What once seemed like a good way to objectively settle disputes is actually creating more.
Based on recent success, most Bears fans would rather see their team skip the Halloween costumes and dress up as real football players.
As balls sailed out of Major League ballparks in a record fashion this past season, the whispers from disbelievers were drowned out.