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  • After decades of lying, Langhorne is coming clean
    Reggie Langhorne is the only player in NFL history to post his first 1,000-yard season and never play again. He's been lying about why he walked away for years. More

  • NFL Power Rankings: Patriots in surprising spot in Peter King's latest list
    Where do the Patriots stand in the latest 2020 NFL Power Rankings? You might be surprised at NBC Sports expert Peter King's new list. More

  • NFL responds to Joe Lockhart’s column on Colin Kaepernick
    Former NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart has written a column in which he admits that a team should have signed Colin Kaepernick in 2017 and urging the Vikings to do so now. Current NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy has provided this statement to PFT in response to a request for comment. "Colin is a free agent," McCarthy [more] More

  • Morgan Pressel shines, Rory McIlroy holds his own in Peloton Pro-Athlete All-Star race
    The legend of Rory McIlroy and his Peloton prowess has grown rapidly in the last few months, his output during training rides (specifically registering 955 kilojoules in one 45-minute session) causing a stir among Peloton junkies. Morgan Pressel, the 15-year LPGA veteran, competed in the women’s ride and finished second among the eight participants. Pressel’s total output of 226 kilojoules trailed only Olympic middle-distance runner Colleen Quigley (348) and outpaced athletes from the soccer, tennis, basketball and gymnastics worlds. More

  • Mark McGwire homers twice as Southern California stays alive in I-5 Series
    Mark McGwire hits a walkoff two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth as Southern California defeats Northern California, 9-7, in Game 5 of the I-5 Series. More

  • AP source: MLB players offer 114-game season, no more $ cuts
    Major League Baseball players ignored claims by clubs that they need to take additional pay cuts, instead proposing they receive a far higher percentage of salaries and commit to a longer schedule as part of a counteroffer to start the coronavirus-delayed season. Players proposed a 114-game regular season Sunday, up from 82 in management's offer, a person familiar with the plan told The Associated Press. Opening day would be June 30 and the regular season would end Oct. 31, nearly five weeks after the Sept. 27 conclusion that MLB's proposal stuck to from the season's original schedule. More

  • Peter King has Eagles pretty low in his NFL power rankings
    Opinions are clearly split on the Eagles for the 2020 season, but NBC Sports' Peter King has the Eagles pretty low on his power rankings. By Dave Zangaro More

  • Report: Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez talking to Robert Kraft about buying Mets
    According to the New York Post, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are making another bid to buy the New York Mets and could get some assistance from the Kraft family. More

  • 2020 NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Is James Wiseman the No. 1 overall pick?
    Our college basketball and NBA writers went through the whole draft, pick by pick. More

  • Results from Bristol Cup race, points report
    Here are the results from Sunday's Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway that Brad Keselowski won after Chase Elliott and Joey Logano tangled late. More

  • Taylor Lewan has funny take on Titans choosing Ryan Tannehill over Tom Brady
    Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan shared his thoughts on the team signing Ryan Tannehill instead of Tom Brady while taking some funny shots at the former New England Patriots QB. More

  • Johnny Gregorek runs fastest blue jeans mile in history
    Johnny Gregorek, a U.S. Olympic hopeful runner, clocked the fastest mile in history for somebody wearing jeans. More

  • Mackenzie Dern tops UFC on ESPN 9 bonuses
    In her second fight back since giving birth to her first child, Mackenzie Dern led the charge on the UFC on ESPN 9 performance bonuses.The Ultimate Fighting Championship returned to Las Vegas on Saturday, while Dern returned to form.The UFC re-launched combat sports on its home turf in Nevada following a three-fight stint over an eight-day span in Florida earlier this month. It was the first combat sports event in the state since the world went into a virtual shutdown because of the global coronavirus crisis. UFC on ESPN 9 took place at the promotion's own Apex facility.Dern hadn't fought since losing a decision to Amanda Ribas in October of 2019. That was her first fight after giving birth to a daughter on June 9, 2019. Looking to get back on track, Dern did just that in her UFC on ESPN 9 main card opening bout opposite Hannah Cifers. Though Cifers started off well, Dern quickly turned the tables, locking up a leg and sinking a kneebar submission midway through the opening round. Dern notched her first victory after becoming a mom, but also earned a $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus.Joining her for Performance of the Night honors was main eventer Gilbert Burns, who put on a tremendous performance to earn a dominant decision over former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. The Fight of the Night was a difficult one for UFC president Dana White and his crew to decide, but they eventually settled on a preliminary bout between Tim Elliott and Brandon Royval. After asking the press core their opinion, White admitted that he would also be "taking care of" Billy Quarantillo and Spike Carlyle, who were the other athletes vying for Fight of the Night honors.Elliott and Royval will each receive $50,000. White didn't divulge what he would do for Quarantillo and Carlyle.(Photo courtesy of UFC and Getty Images)* * *TRENDING > Gilbert Burns dominates Tyron Woodley in UFC on ESPN 9 main event* * * UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns Performance Bonuses * Performances of the Night: Mackenzie Dern * Performances of the Night: Gilbert Burns * Fight of the Night: Tim Elliott vs. Brandon Royval More

  • Joey Logano upset with Chase Elliott after Bristol finish
    Chase Elliott made contact with Joey Logano going for the lead in the final laps at Bristol, leading Logano to say later: “He wrecked me." More

  • Cheaters on tour: ‘We know who they are’
    From the archive (August 1996) More

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