Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images With the annual winter meetings now in the rearview and a number of top free agents already signing on the dotted line, it's time for an updated version of our MLB power rankings. The rankings were last shuffled on Oct. 29 and set a baseline for the offseason. No team is a…
Photo by Jan Patterson/B/R Image The moment is more than two years away, but Shedeur Sanders can already picture his signing-day ceremony. The cameras. The crowd. The clamor on social media. Aside from the school he'll choose, the only thing he's still working out is the coup de grace—a signature touch to put the event…
Jamie Squire/Getty Images Ever since the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1, the Chargers have been looking up at the Chiefs in the AFC West. Even after the Bolts peeled off nine wins in 10 games following a 1-2 start, Kansas City's victories overshadowed L.A.'s success. On Thursday night, many expected…
Butch Dill/Associated Press Music City Bowl: Purdue (6-6) vs. Auburn (7-5) Info: Dec. 28, 1:30 p.m. ET (ESPN), at Nissan Stadium Purdue's run defense wavered between quite good and pretty darn bad in 2018. Throw out Alabama State, Liberty and a dreadful Ole Miss defense, and Auburn's rushing offense was flat-out miserable. As long as…
0 of 8 Al Pereira/Getty Images Complacency is fatal in the NFL. The best teams constantly capitalize on available opportunities.  The New England Patriots are the league's greatest dynasty because of two constants: quarterback Tom Brady's sustained excellence and head coach Bill Belichick's willingness to exploit inefficiencies, especially in the trade market.  Over the years, the Patriots…
Doug Pensinger/Getty Images ESPN's Outside The Lines released data Thursday regarding food safety violations in the 111 major professional sports venues in North America. According to ESPN.com's Paula Lavigne, 16,900 routine inspections were conducted at the venues in 2016 and 2017, resulting in 28 percent of them incurring a high-level violation at half or more of their food…
Mitchell Leff/Getty Images The Detroit Pistons are reportedly interested in Markelle Fultz even though the 2017 No. 1 overall draft pick hasn't played since Nov. 19 because of thoracic outlet syndrome.  Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press reported the news, noting the Washington product would give the Pistons a young point guard who could…
Ted S. Warren/Associated Press The Seattle Mariners have continued their flurry of offseason activity, trading Carlos Santana to the Cleveland Indians and acquiring Edwin Encarnacion from Cleveland as part of a three-team deal. The Tampa Bay Rays will receive infielder Yandy Diaz and pitcher Cole Suslers from Cleveland for first baseman/outfielder Jake Bauers. Seattle also…
Bullit Marquez/Associated Press One of the largest fighting promotions in the world has found a broadcasting home in the United States. Turner Sports has reached a three-year partnership with ONE Championship to distribute its live event coverage. B/R Live will present its first ONE Championship event on Saturday, Jan. 19, with 24 total live events scheduled…
Michael Ainsworth/Associated Press The Philadelphia Eagles didn't receive good news regarding quarterback Carson Wentz's injured back on Thursday.  Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Wentz's CT scan revealed a fractured vertebra that will fully heal if he's given time to rest.  Schefter added there will be a "continued evaluation of his back to determine whether continuing to play…
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