1. Meet Bruins Legend Milt Schmidt: The NHL's Oldest Living Former Player

    WESTWOOD , Mass. — Imagine a hockey player born in the 16 months between John F. Kennedy and Ted Williams, who impacted his game as much as JFK transformed politics or Teddy Ballgame mastered hitting...

    Bill Speros Written by Bill Speros about 5 months ago 9,368 reads 10 comments

  2. Tyrod Taylor Q&A: Bills QB Talks Transition from Backup to Breakout Pro Bowler

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor had a stunning season in 2015, throwing for 20 touchdowns and only six interceptions on the way to a Pro Bowl nod...

    Jason Cole Written by Jason Cole about 5 months ago 74,753 reads 29 comments

  3. Remember That Time I Broke the 40-Yard Dash Record?

    In 2008, Chris Johnson set a new 40-yard dash record at the NFL Scouting Combine. He then skyrocketed up draft boards, causing the Tennessee Titans to select him 24th overall...

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  4. Which Formula 1 Rookie Class Is the Best Ever?

    There have been plenty of memorable rookie seasons in Formula One history, from Jackie Stewart's five podiums in 1965 to Jacques Villeneuve pushing Damon Hill to the wire in 1996 ...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 6 months ago 3,913 reads 2 comments

  5. Fernando Alonso and Formula 1's Worst Career Moves

    By moving from Ferrari to McLaren , Fernando Alonso might have made a terrible career move. If he has, he'll be in good company — Formula One history is filled with tales of drivers who ended up at the wrong team at the wrong time...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 6 months ago 8,589 reads 4 comments

  6. The Guy Who Makes Breaking into the Super Bowl Look Easy

    Dion Rich is the world's greatest Super Bowl gate-crasher of all time, the 1978 battle between the Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys was particularly memorable to him. Find out why in the video above...

    Media Lab Written by Media Lab about 6 months ago 86,078 reads 14 comments

  7. Sebastian Vettel and Formula 1's Great Career Moves

    Sebastian Vettel is probably feeling pretty good about life as he prepares for the 2016 Formula One season. When he signed for Ferrari toward the end of 2014, the Scuderia were nowhere...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 6 months ago 5,041 reads 11 comments

  8. The Greatness of Larry Fitzgerald, as Seen Through the Eyes of His QBs

    With each passing year, each game, each reception, the greatness of Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald becomes clearer...

    Dan Pompei Written by Dan Pompei about 6 months ago 199,109 reads 134 comments

  9. Formula 1 Teams' Most Spectacular Falls from Grace

    A skim through the Formula One history books tells us that for any given team, successful seasons are a little bit like buses...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 7 months ago 5,048 reads 2 comments

  10. The Redemption of Josh Freeman and His Return to the NFL

    In an exclusive off-camera interview in Brooklyn on October 29, 2015, with Bleacher Report and USA Today , former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman discussed his roller-coaster career and his current quest to return to the NFL ...

    BR Studios Written by BR Studios about 7 months ago 270,374 reads 61 comments

  11. 2007 Canadian Grand Prix: Revisiting Lewis Hamilton's First Formula 1 Victory

    In 2007, Lewis Hamilton exploded into Formula One with McLaren , finishing on the podium at his first nine races (at the time, tied for the third-longest podium streak in F1 history) and taking victory in just his sixth grand prix ...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 7 months ago 2,319 reads 0 comments

  12. A-Z of World Rugby in 2015

    2015 was arguably the finest year of rugby in the professional era. Internationally, New Zealand were world champions, Australia won the Rugby Championship and Ireland retained the Six Nations...

    Daniel Rey Written by Daniel Rey about 7 months ago 2,340 reads 2 comments

  13. Picking a Juventus Cult Heroes XI

    Juventus have undoubtedly been blessed with some truly great players, men who have been among the best in the world and delivered an almost an endless supply of silverware to the trophy cabinet of the Turin giants...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about 7 months ago 5,957 reads 14 comments

  14. 5 Players Arsenal Sold Too Soon

    Arsene Wenger is regarded as a very astute judge of a player’s career trajectory. The Arsenal boss is renowned for his ability to tell when a player is past their peak, and thus should be allowed to leave the club...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 8 months ago 57,416 reads 33 comments

  15. How Aaron Rodgers Saved the Packers

    GREEN BAY, Wis. — There was no pivotal meeting or grand moment. There was no lecture or screaming. There was Aaron Rodgers doing what he has always done. A one-on-one chat here...

    Mike Freeman Written by Mike Freeman about 8 months ago 239,467 reads 219 comments

  16. WrestleMania 2000 Triangle Ladder Match's Legacy 15 Years Later

    Six hungry wrestlers made their ways to the ring at WrestleMania 2000, intent on putting their names on the WWE map, knowing that the ladders awaiting them would be their means to do just that...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 8 months ago 9,499 reads 35 comments

  17. Remembering the Day Cam Newton Almost Died

    One year ago today, I feared that I would soon be writing Cam Newton 's obituary. December 9 marks the one-year anniversary of Newton rolling his truck after a collision and breaking two bones in his back...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 8 months ago 688,655 reads 192 comments

  18. The Evolution of Mousa Dembele from Fringe Player to Vital Cog for Tottenham

    Mousa Dembele's time at Tottenham Hotspur can be split into two periods: his seasons before Mauricio Pochettino was appointed head coach and his time working with the Argentinian...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 8 months ago 4,197 reads 15 comments

  19. Journeyman Jasper Brinkley's Resiliency Finding Him New NFL Life in New York

    In so many ways, New York Giants middle linebacker Jasper Brinkley has the perfect nickname. Known as “the hitman ,” the 30-year-old Thomson, Georgia, native is not a flashy man whose voice is easily identifiable in a crowded room...

    Patricia Traina Written by Patricia Traina about 8 months ago 6,017 reads 8 comments

  20. Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor: A Fight 25 Years in the Making

    Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor is already a big deal. Aldo has been seemingly unstoppable since joining the UFC in 2011. McGregor, however, is a stylistically troublesome opponent for him...

    Steven Rondina Written by Steven Rondina about 8 months ago 31,496 reads 38 comments

  21. How Andy Dalton Destroyed Your Cheap Punch Line

    Bolder. Held together. Reaching new heights. There is change in Andy Dalton that cannot be ignored. And then there is his hair. Spectacularly different, vividly red and unconventionally styled, it has become his trademark...

    Dan Pompei Written by Dan Pompei about 8 months ago 86,940 reads 167 comments

  22. Vince McMahon's Failed Attempt to Take over Bodybuilding

    Vince McMahon , already the sultan of the squared circle, wanted to expand his empire to bodybuilding. He looked to do to bodybuilding what he did to pro wrestling: amplify its ...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 8 months ago 34,903 reads 49 comments

  23. Paul Scholes at 41: 5 Great Goals from Manchester United Legend's Career

    Happy birthday, Paul Scholes . The Manchester United great was at Old Trafford on Saturday, playing as part of the David Beckham -organised Match for Children...

    Paul Ansorge Written by Paul Ansorge about 9 months ago 8,717 reads 16 comments

  24. Remembering Jose Carlos Pace and His 1975 Brazilian Grand Prix Triumph

    Successful Brazilians pepper the history of Formula One racing: from world champions such as Emerson Fittipaldi, Ayrton Senna and Nelson Piquet to grand prix winners like Rubens Barrichello and Felipe Massa...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 9 months ago 1,150 reads 0 comments

  25. Where Does the North London Derby Sit on List of World's Fiercest Rivalries?

    The north London derby tends to make for enthralling encounters. It seems to produce consistently excellent football, drawing the best (and occasionally worst) out of of both teams...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 9 months ago 10,251 reads 36 comments