Baltimore Ravens' John Urschel Retires From NFL at Age 26

John Urschel, a Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman known for his passion for mathematics, has retired from the NFL at age 26.

2017 Houston Texans Single-Game Tickets On Sale Thursday, July 27

Single-game tickets for the Houston Texans 2017 home games will go on sale Thursday, July 27, at 10 a.m. CT, the team announced today.

Jordan Spieth: 'Tiger Woods made winning look easy ... it's not'

He bemoaned Tiger Woods for making winning look easy, labeling his countryman's exploits "almost unfair." And after Sunday's rollercoaster final day at the British Open, newly-crowned champion Jordan Spieth knows just how hard it can be to win a major ...

Caddie Academy Returns for Sixth Summer With Opportunities for Employment & Scholarships

The Western Golf Association’s Caddie Academy will return for its sixth summer, providing a group of 89 female high school students from across the nation an opportunity to caddie at local golf and country clubs – and ultimately earn a ...

Bengals' Adam Jones Suspended Without Pay For One Game For Violating NFL's Personal Conduct Policy

The NFL today notified Adam Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals that he will be suspended without pay for the first 2017 regular season game for violating the league's Personal Conduct Policy.

Leslie Alexander Puts Houston Rockets Franchise On the Market

“It’s been my great joy and honor to own the Houston Rockets for the past 24 years.” These were the words spoken by current Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander in a prepared statement as he announced his plans to sell ...

Tour de France: How Riders Use the 'sticky bottle' to Gain An Advantage

Even some of the world's best athletes need a helping hand every now and again.

Astros Place Correa On DL with Torn Ligament In Left Thumb

The Houston Astros have placed shortstop Carlos Correa on the 10-day Disabled List with a torn ligament in his left thumb. He is expected to miss six to eight weeks. To take Correa’s spot on the active roster, the club ...

NFL and the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business to Host Webinar for 63 Current and Former Players

NFL Player Engagement has partnered with the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business to co-host a webinar on July 18 for active NFL players and Legends. Spouses and significant others are also invited to participate as part of Player ...

Shariah Harris, 19, Becomes 1st Black Woman to Play in U.S. Polo’s Highest League

A 19-year-old is making history and disrupting the wealthy white male-dominated sport of polo at the same time. On June 30, Shariah Harris of Philadelphia became the first black woman to play high-goal polo, the top tier of polo in ...

Houston Texans Announce 2017 Home Game Themes

The Houston Texans today announced the themes for each home game in 2017.

2017 Houston Astros: Look to Duplicate Its First Half Success

The 2017 Houston Astros have been red-hot during the first half of this season. With a combined record of 60-29 and a commanding ten game lead over the nearest opponent in the American League (Boston Red Sox), they have a ...

Rockets Sign James Harden to Four-Year Contract Extension

Houston Rockets Owner Leslie Alexander announced today that the team has signed guard James Harden to a four-year contract extension, which will run through the 2022-23 season. The Rockets have made the playoffs in all five of Harden’s seasons with ...

Wimbledon 2017: Venus Williams Reaches Ninth Final

Venus Williams' appearance in January's Australian Open final wasn't, as it turned out, a temporary return to the head table of grand slam tennis for the 37-year-old.

From Being Paralyzed By Shame to Coaching Serena Williams

Patrick Mouratoglou likes stress. He craves it. The man Serena Williams credits for taking her from "great to history" is not one to rest. He can't. Boredom would quickly smother the Frenchman were he to ever take it easy.