Former NFL offensive tackle Tony Boselli was placed in an intensive care unit of a Jacksonville-area hospital hospital as a result of the coronavirus, according to a report from Mike Freeman of the Bleacher Report.
Timmy Hill gave the afternoon's dominant car, driven by William Byron, the virtual "bump-and-run" with three laps remaining to claim Sunday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 125, the second event in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series.
Former Knicks guard and New York native Stephon Marbury has lined up 10 million N95 masks to be delivered from the place he currently calls home -- China -- to his hometown to help medical personnel battling the coronavirus.
Sophomore Georgetown guard Mac McClung announced Sunday he will enter the 2020 NBA Draft but keep open his options to return to college.
ESPN has made a substantial offer to Drew Brees that would send him straight to the "Monday Night Football" booth once he retires from the NFL, according to a report Sunday.
The Olympics likely will take place in the summer of 2021 rather than in spring, the president of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics organizing committee said.
AUBURN — The Auburn equipment room is supposed to be bustling at this time of year. Football players need to get fitted for helmets and pads. Staff need to take inventory and get everything ready for the next season.
The father of former New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bobby Hebert Jr. died Saturday of complications from the coronavirus, the family announced. Bobby Hebert Sr. was 81.
England's Tommy Fleetwood not only thinks the major tournaments will get precedence when golf returns, he believes the Ryder Cup could play a significant role as the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
The PGA Tour is stepping in to assist golfers and caddies who are financially struggling as a result of the suspension of play due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If the NBA regular season resumes, it is almost "100 percent" the games will be played without fans present, ESPN's Brian Windhorst reported Friday.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers barely got out of Peru on March 18 just before the airport closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic, he said Friday.
There could be baseball during the 2020 holidays, with USA Today reporting Friday that both Major League Baseball and its players are willing to extend the season until Thanksgiving in order to preserve as much of the schedule as possible.
Athletes already qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics before the Games were postponed will get to keep their spots in the rescheduled 2021 competition.
If you didn't know better, you might think NASCAR drivers were preparing for a race at Texas Motor Speedway this Sunday as they would any other season. And even with a pause on the national sports scene because of the COVID-19 pandemic, NASCAR is still going to be racing at Texas -- only this week it will do so with a popular twist.
With most of the free agent dust settled, the 2020 NFL Draft landscape looks a bit clearer, but some fogginess remains -- as usual -- around the quarterbacks.
Following an extensive nationwide search, the College Football Hall of Fame announced the promotion of Kimberly Beaudin to Chief Executive Officer on Thursday.
The NCAA is reducing its distribution to Division I conferences and school from approximately $600 million to $225 million, the entity announced Thursday.
Fred “Curly” Neal – the Harlem Globetrotters icon known worldwide for his trademark shaved head and charismatic smile – passed away this morning in his home outside of Houston at the age of 77.
Georgia Bulldogs star Anthony Edwards and Kennesaw State standout Alexis Poole earned the to awards from the Atlanta Tipoff Club, which announced its season-ending honors this week.
Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James shed light on a variety of topics facing the NBA should it attempt to resume the 2019-20 season later this year.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is suing Amazon, claiming the online retailer allows third-party vendors to sell unlicensed merchandise featuring his likeness and catch phrases.
PGA of America officials on Thursday blasted Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee's recent remarks as "offensive, sexist and disgraceful."
Cam Newton continues to come to grips with being cut by the Carolina Panthers. It's safe to say the 2011 No. 1 overall pick is floating through the anger stage of grief.
On the day the 2020 Major League Baseball season was supposed to begin, commissioner Rob Manfred vowed the game would return as part of the recovery from the grips of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wimbledon organizers have scheduled a "emergency meeting" for next week to determine if the major tennis championship will go on as scheduled this summer.
Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell, a member of three Ryder Cup-winning European sides, believes the international team competition must rank behind the major championships when pro golf resumes after the coronavirus pandemic subsides.