The Jets will start backup quarterback Tim Boyle and bench Zach Wilson in Friday’s game vs. the Dolphins, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Monday. Trevor Siemian will move ahead of Wilson on the depth chart.
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Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill said Thursday that he intends to pay the salary of photographer Kevin Fitzgibbons, who was suspended by the NFL due to his role in one of Hill’s touchdown celebrations earlier this season.
The biggest mystery of the 2024 MLB offseason is Shohei Ohtani’s next destination. All 30 teams want Ohtani, but only a few can afford to pay what is expected to be the most lucrative free-agent contract in North American sports history. Three teams who were in contention to sign Ohtani heading into the offseason—the Rangers, Red Sox and Mets—“have turned their attention to other players,” ESPN’s Jeff Passan reported Friday.
With Saturday’s Big 12 Championship between Oklahoma State and Texas already generating a lot of buzz, some Cowboys might have taken things too far - with police finding a dead longhorn steer outside Oklahoma State’s FarmHouse fraternity.
NFL legend Emmitt Smith joined Sports Illustrated and explained why while Dak Prescott is having a career season, Patrick Mahomes is currently the NFL MVP favorite, and why he's not a fan of sports gambling.
NFL legend Emmitt Smith is not a fan of sports gambling, going so far as to say the league shouldn’t associate with it.
Dak Prescott is having a career season, but NFL legend Emmitt Smith says that Patrick Mahomes currently has his vote for NFL MVP.
In a thriller on Thursday night, the Dallas Cowboys came back to win their 14th straight home game, this time against the Seattle Seahawks 41-35
Maverick Carter, LeBron James’ business manager since 2006, admitted to betting on NBA games through an illegal bookie, according to The Washington Post. Carter admitted to betting on games in a November 2021 interview with federal agents investigating bookie Wayne Nix, per The Washington Post. Carter told agents he couldn’t recall placing any bets on the Lakers, who James has been playing for since 2018.