The greatest wide receiver in NFL history -- and critic of the New England Patriots -- wasn't so squeaky clean himself.
Latest recruiting controversy is a reminder of the cold, hard truth of life in the business of football at Ohio State and everywhere else.
Robert Lusetich joins America's Pregame to discuss Tiger Woods' future after his withdrawal from the Farmers Insurance Open.
Al Michaels: 'No question' Twins pumped in noise in '87 World Series
More than 20 players are scheduled to be in attendance at the A's annual FanFest on Sunday, to be held at the Coliseum and Oracle Arena. Doors open at 9 a.m. PT, with player introductions kicking off the event inside Oracle at 10 a.m. Tickets are $10 and available at athletics.com/fanfest, and admission is free for children 6 and under. Parking also is free.
The San Jose City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to appeal its antitrust lawsuit against Major League Baseball to the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt to allow the A's to move from Oakland at some point in the future.
With 15 teams and 11 modern facilities, the Cactus League never seems to stop improving. And come next month -- as another spring slate of exhibition games begin -- fans should be pleased to find a pair of upgraded and renovated ballparks at both ends of the Valley of the Sun.
Here are important dates for the 2015 offseason.
Day 2 of our 100 Jersey Numbers in 100 Days series and we look at the one and only player to wear No. 1 in a regular season game.
The Raiders hold the 4th pick in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Here is the complete first round draft order.
As we celebrate Tim Brown's selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, take a look back at his Top 10 receiving performances.
Day 3 of our series. Only four players have worn jersey No. 2 in regular season games for the Raiders, one punter and three quarterbacks. The punter and one of the QBs hold NFL records.
Day 4 of our series. Jersey No. 3’s place in Raiders lore was secured by Daryle Lamonica when he led the Silver and Black to the franchise’s first title – the 1967 AFL Championship.