On Sunday, I took pause in my closet and raked my hand across a row of short sleeve shirts which I had planned to take to Augusta this week. Everybody, even sportswriters not known for an accent on fashion, want to "look good" at the Masters.
While Major League Baseball and the players union are exploring various avenues for starting the delayed season, at least one superstar isn't convinced the season will be held at all.
Tiger Woods wasn't going to let the postponement of The Masters prevent him from hosting his own version of the traditional Champions Dinner.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame announced the 15 nominees for the Class of 2021, introducing the Modern Era and Pioneer Ballots for the first time on Tuesday.
The coronavirus pandemic forced Jameis Winston and his longtime fiancee to postpone their wedding plans, but the former No. 1 draft pick didn't want to disappoint his No. 1.
Tom Brady and his new teammates in Tampa Bay will take the field in 2020 in a look that resembles what the Buccaneers wore when they won Super Bowl XXXVII.
Grady Jarrett, a member of the Atlanta Falcons who grew up in Conyers, is providing meals throughout the month of April to first responders in the city of Atlanta and his hometown in Rockdale County.
In addition to a secure location in the United States, UFC commissioner Dana White said he locked down another spot where international fighters would be able to fight during the coronavirus pandemic: an island.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was ready to put his surgically repaired right elbow on display at organized team activities.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is concerned about the cybersecurity of team and league data during the upcoming NFL draft, which will be a "virtual" event for the first time, commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed Monday.
Major League Baseball is exploring the possibility of restarting its season with games behind closed doors at facilities in the Arizona area, multiple media outlets reported late Monday night.
The NBA doesn't expect to have a decision about the status of the 2019-20 season -- currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic -- until at least May, commissioner Adam Silver said Monday.
Before the U.S. Golf Association settled on a September date for the rescheduled U.S. Open at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, N.Y., a backup plan to hold the major event at Riviera Country Club near Los Angeles in December was considered.
ESPN continues to pursue New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for its "Monday Night Football" color analyst position in 2021 while nearing a decision on the broadcast team it will use in 2020, the New York Post reported Monday.
Tom Brady reflected on his decision to leave the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a post published by The Players' Tribune on Monday, reiterating his fondness for New England but emphasizing his desire for a fresh start.
The Atlanta Falcons officially announced Monday that they have agreed to terms with former Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley.
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are the quarterbacks for the 2010s All-Decade Team announced by the NFL and Pro Football Hall of Fame on Monday.
Golf’s governing bodies around the world came together Monday for a revamped 2020 schedule that includes two major events in Georgia, the Masters and the Tour Championship.
Uncertainty remains a major hurdle, but the NHL is plotting a late summer return with playoff games in empty venues to counteract the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Bobby Mitchell, the Hall of Fame running back and receiver whose trade to Washington enabled the Redskins to become the last NFL team to integrate, died Sunday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced. He was 84 years old.
A week after a late-race bump-and-run pass ended William Byron's hope of a win in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series, the Hendrick Motorsports driver who cut his teeth in the virtual racing world dominated a crash-filled Food City Showdown at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.
Record-setting New Orleans Saints kicker Tom Dempsey has died due to complications of the coronavirus, his family told NOLA.com. He was 73.
Tom Dempsey, a journeyman NFL kicker who despite missing the toes on his right foot set a field goal record that stood for more than four decades, has died of coronavirus, according to reports.
The NBA, the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets are collaborating with China's consul general Huang Ping to donate one million surgical masks to the New York City area, governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday.
President Donald Trump is optimistic pro sports can return to having fans in the stands by August or September, he told league commissioners on Saturday, ESPN reported.
A staple of driveways everywhere, a H-O-R-S-E competition among top NBA players could be coming to national television in the near future, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Saturday.
The 2020 NFL Draft now will be a stay-at-home affair as top team officials will participate in the April 23-25 event from their individual residences, ESPN reported Saturday.
Major League Baseball is considering the use of spring training sites to start the 2020 regular season, most likely in Arizona, with the players quarantined and no fans in the stands, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported.
April 4 has become an established tradition — 404 Day — to bring Atlanta’s pro sports teams together to celebrate Atlanta’s original and widely-known area code of 404.
All eight finalists for enshrinement in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, headed by the late Kobe Bryant, will be inducted, according to various media reports Friday.
Free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown is facing three criminal charges related to an alleged assault of a moving truck driver in January.
In his first public comments since the trade, Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien defended the decision to send All-Pro wideout DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals last month.
The 145th running of the Preakness Stakes -- traditionally the second leg of the Triple Crown -- will be moved to a later date and be held without any fans in the infield.