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The NFL announced Wednesday that Odell Beckham Jr. has been chosen to replace the injured Calvin Johnson of Detroit in the Jan. 25 game.
The Cavaliers have filled their biggest need, acquiring center Timofey Mozgov from the Denver Nuggets for two future first-round draft picks.
Quarterback Jameis Winston plans to leave Florida State University, his father told ESPN.
The three-time world heavyweight champion is back home after being hospitalized for over a week.
A look at some of the top sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, Jan. 7.
Former players say the video game maker of using their likenesses in the "Madden NFL" series without permission.
In his 22-year tenure, the retiring commissioner has overseen record revenues and attendance and the "steroids era."
The top-ranked Wildcats withstood three final Mississippi attempts to rally before escaping with an 89-86 victory Tuesday night.
Ski jumper Stefan Kraft became the seventh straight Austrian winner of the prestigious Four Hills Tour on Tuesday.
Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is expected in court for the final pre-trial hearing in the first of two murder cases against him.
Selection process expected to take nearly a month in Boston Marathon bombing case
Baseball writers elected four players for the first time since 1955.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have fired head coach Randy Carlyle.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Tuesday, Jan. 6.
The controversial decision cast a shadow over Sunday's playoff game between Dallas and Detroit.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and New York Knicks completed a three-team trade involving six players.
Quarterback is once again the most important position on the gridiron.
The owner of the St. Louis Rams plans to build a stadium in L.A., which could signal the team's return to California.
The Cavaliers are expected to move Dion Waiters in the deal after originally listing him among their starters for their game in Philadelphia on Monday night, then pulling him from the lineup.
The Los Angeles Times says Stan Kroenke has partnered with Stockbridge Capital Group to build an NFL stadium in Los Angeles County.