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Gustafsson eyes rematch with Jones in November It's less than six weeks until UFC 230, and the show has no main event. Alexander Gustafsson said on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show he'd welcome a Jon Jones rematch.
Lesson learned: UFC victor shows opponent how he won fight Two UFC fighters battled on Saturday night in Sao Paulo, Brazil -- and afterward, the winner showed the loser how he got it done.
Source: Jets call Steelers about disgruntled Bell The Jets have called the Steelers to check on running back Le'Veon Bell, whom Pittsburgh is listening to offers on. It was a preliminary conversation with no offer, a source told ESPN.
LeBron: Lakers 'long way' from Warriors' level LeBron James says the Lakers have a long way to go to reach the Warriors' level, but if they put in the work, results will come.
Who is No. 1 in fantasy drafts: The Beard, The Brow or The Freak? You can make a case for about a half-dozen players, but our experts view it as a three-man race between James Harden, Anthony Davis and Giannis Antetokounmpo. Here are their picks for points and roto formats.
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MRI confirms torn ACL for 49ers QB Garoppolo An MRI confirmed Monday that 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo tore his ACL and his season is over, the team announced.
Steelers need Ben Roethlisberger now more than ever He's without a win, an All-Pro back and two linemen. His top receiver is disgruntled and his defense is leaky. Big Ben faces a steep early challenge.
Tony Dungy's legacy: Championing diverse coaches, including Mike Tomlin The Pro Football Hall of Famer, who will be inducted into the Bucs Ring of Honor, has left his mark beyond the Tampa 2 defense and playoff wins.
Top fantasy football free-agent finds for Week 4 Need an impact player whom others might be overlooking? Here are the top options available on waiver wires in most ESPN fantasy leagues.
It's media day! Let's jump around the league Media day is finally here! We've got you covered across the league with the latest news, buzz and reactions.
Fins' Hayes tears ACL trying to avoid sack flag Dolphins defensive end William Hayes tore his ACL making a sack on Raiders quarterback Derek Carr on Sunday. Coach Adam Gase said Monday, "He was trying to not put his body weight on the quarterback and that happened."
Joshua vs. Wilder next? Don't get your hopes up Unified heavyweight world titlist Anthony Joshua scored an exciting seventh-round KO of Alexander Povetkin and kept alive the prospect of an undisputed championship fight with Deontay Wilder. Just don't count on that fight being next, writes Dan Rafael.
Clemson turns to frosh Lawrence as starting QB Clemson freshman Trevor Lawrence, who looked dominant in a win over Georgia Tech on Saturday, has been named the Tigers' new starting quarterback.
Week 3's winners and losers The Saints-Falcons overtime game was filled with huge fantasy-point totals, including by Drew Brees, Calvin Ridley and Matt Ryan.
How Tiger Woods improbably became Tiger Woods again A year ago, even Tiger Woods thought he might be done. That's why, in terms of golf, watching what happened this year has been something to see.
Laver Cup reax: Team Europe rules! Team World was OK, too The second Laver Cup is in the books. Team Europe won, while Team World tried hard. But mostly, they posted a lot of fun things on Twitter.
Week 3 takeaways: Panic time for Cowboys, Raiders? Dallas couldn't convert third downs, and Oakland disappeared after the half. NFL Nation looks at Week 3.
Man United's latest headache: What to do with Sanchez? Jose Mourinho has many challenges at Man United this season but the latest one might be one of the biggest. PLUS: Juve get the best of Paulo Dybala.
Turnover Chainsaws, mascots in pain and the rest of a weird month in CFB The explosion of turnover trinkets, a rewind of all the crazy plays, intense UCF fans and a Colorado mascot's unfortunate T-shirt cannon malfunction.
Barnwell: The Chiefs are unstoppable. Here's what teams can steal The Chiefs are 3-0 and scoring at will. Here are the lessons the NFL can learn from Kansas City's record-setting start.
NBA Power Rankings: Where new-look Lakers, healthy Celtics check in With media days in full swing across the league, and with plenty of new faces in new places, who are the best and worst teams heading into camp?
Lowe: The players I'm most intrigued by this season Here are the guys who could make or break the season for six teams.
NL's postseason scramble provides last-week drama The American League might be riding high, but the National League teams that must win or go home will command center stage.
The best -- and worst -- of the college football season so far Alabama got better, new coaches got humbled, and Dan Mullen got down. We're one-third of the way through the season, so let's review what's happened.
What's still at stake the final week of the regular season With seven days left to play, only one NL team has clinched a playoff spot. From the races to be decided to the award chases, here's your guide to the homestretch.
Le Golf National designed to test everyone's patience Just like the nearby Palace of Versailles, the host venue for this year's Ryder Cup was created to attract attention and dazzle the world.
Elitist and unloved: So why is the Ryder Cup in Paris? This week, France becomes only the second country in mainland Europe to host the event, but Parisian hearts and minds are still to be won over by golf.
Patriots lack urgency once again as questions mount When a team doesn't respond the way it preached it has to all week, it's fair to question the coach. Is Bill Belichick's message getting across?
Let's overreact to Week 3 in the NFL: Dallas needs to dump Dak Does Dallas need a new QB? Does Clay Matthews have a point about the league's direction? We have answers to the big questions.
Ranking all 31 NHL teams by their forwards Which teams have the best collection of talent up front? We rank them 1-31 here, led by the Lightning.
Denny Hamlin, others face tough task to advance in playoffs After a disappointing outing at Richmond, the driver of the No. 11 Toyota knows a trip to Victory Lane at Charlotte is his only chance to move on. Here are the clinching scenarios for drivers.
Lowe: Every realistic trade scenario for Jimmy Butler What deals -- and which teams -- would make the most sense if Minnesota decides to grant Jimmy Butler's wish to be traded?