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Cam Newton Dismisses Critics: 'I Am True to My Roots'

Cam Newton is on course to join the short list of black quarterbacks who've won the Super Bowl, and will likely be named league MVP this week, but he's one of the more polarizing players in the NFL — and ...

Derrick Henry Awarded 2015 Heisman Trophy

The University of Alabama's Derrick Henry, junior running back, won the highly-coveted Heisman Trophy beating out his competition with 1,832 collective points on Saturday, Dec. 12 in New York City.

Sugar Ray Leonard Reflects on 'No Mas'

Sugar Ray Leonard had no doubt that he'd defeat Roberto Duran when the two warriors squared off in a rematch of their epic first welterweight title bout. What he didn't know was that Duran would surrender after uttering the most ...

Nats' Bryce Harper Wins NL MVP

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was named the 2015 National League Most Valuable Player on Thursday night, in an announcement made by the Baseball Writers Association of America on MLB Network.

Historic Comeback as Washington Redskins Defeat Buccaneers, 31-30

Throughout the 2015 NFL Season, the Washington Redskins have played good first halves in games, only to falter in the third quarter and, for the most part, lose the game.

Lamar Odom Fights for Life in Nevada Hospital; Family, Kardashians at Bedside

The family of former NBA star Lamar Odom has joined his estranged wife Khloe Kardashian and her family at his bedside in a Nevada hospital after he was found unresponsive Tuesday in a nearby brothel.

Black Polo Player Kareem Rosser Smashes Stereotypes

Kareem Rosser, 22, is now considered the nation's best African-American polo player in a sport often associated with the words "white," "rich" and "country club."

Redskins Edge Eagles in NFC East Thriller

Pierre Garçon caught a go-ahead 4-yard touchdown pass from Kirk Cousins with 26 seconds left in the fourth quarter, as the Washington Redskins survived a thriller against NFC East foe Philadelphia, 23-20, at FedEx Field on Sunday.

'Thriller in Manila,' 40 Years Later: Remembering Classic Ali-Frazier Bout

Thursday marked the 40th anniversary of the epic "Thriller in Manila" between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, which is lauded as one of the greatest moments in sports history and was a worldwide cultural event at the time.

Moses Malone, 60, Hall of Fame Center, Dies

Moses Malone, the three-time NBA MVP and Hall of Famer who led the Philadelphia 76ers the 1983 championship alongside Julius Erving, died Sunday. He was 60.

Serena Williams Upset in U.S. Open Semis, Loses Bid for Grand Slam

Serena Williams' quest for tennis's Grand Slam came to a shocking end Friday when she was upset in the U.S. Open semifinal by 43rd-ranked Roberta Vinci, who previously hadn't made it past the second round of any major this year.

Mayweather's Final Fight Not Selling

Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s fight against Andre Berto has proven to be a bust.

Donald Young Almost a Cinderella Story

Rising tennis star Donald Young Jr. made it to the fourth round of the U.S. Open before being defeated by reigning French Open champion Stan Wawrinka on Monday at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City.

Darryl Dawkins, 58, Ex-NBA Star Known as 'Chocolate Thunder,' Dies

Darryl Dawkins, a former NBA center best known for his backboard-shattering dunks and his colorful names for them, died Thursday in Pennsylvania, the Lehigh County coroner's office said. He was 58.

Sloane Stephens Wins First WTA Title

Sloane Stephens defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in straight sets Sunday, winning the Citi Open women's singles championship.

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