- Red Sox owner: 'Spending more money helps'
- MLBPA's Clark: Some teams don't justify tickets
- Diallo soars over Shaq, claims slam dunk crown
- Kap 'absolutely' still wants to play, lawyer says
Even with the rise of new tactics like the opener, old-school aces are leading the way.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
Agent Drew Rosenhaus was a guest on ESPN's NFL Live on Tuesday and was asked about the career plans of his client, Rob Gronkowski. "I checked in with Gronk a couple of days ago. I talked with the Patriots about it," Rosenhaus told host Wendi Nix. "I don't want to put any pressure on him and give him a time-frame. But I imagine it will be some time in the next couple of weeks."
Starting with baseball's reigning best player, out on the grass is where you find the stars to build contenders around.
Buster talks to David Schoenfield about Mike Trout's future, the legendary career of Bruce Bochy, labor talks and more (6:01). Plus, Sarah Langs' Numbers Game (26:52), Marc Topkin with some Inside Heat on the Rays (33:01) and Karl Ravech chats with Alex Cora and Mookie Betts (35:44).
Jadeveon Clowney is among the players who could get tagged as early as Tuesday. NFL Nation reporters make their predictions.
Charlie McAvoy scored the game-winning goal in overtime and the Boston Bruins beat the San Jose Sharks 6-5 on Monday night in a game featuring two of the NHL's hottest teams.
Boston Red Sox owner John Henry said Monday that, while there is not a perfect correlation between a bigger payroll and winning, "spending more money helps."
Jonas Harper had a season-high 22 points as Boston University got past Holy Cross 70-60 on Monday night.
Players' union head Tony Clark criticized baseball commissioner Rob Manfred for blaming players' demands for the slow free agent market and said an increasing number of teams make little effort to justify the price of a ticket.
Adam Schefter talks to Patriots LT Trent Brown about his season in New England, the massive pay day he expects as a free agent and more.
We break down the cases for why you might crown Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron or Babe Ruth.
Jordan Chatman finished with 17 points and Nik Popovic had 15 to carry the Boston College offense with star Ky Bowman under the weather in a 64-57 win over Miami on Sunday night.
Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer
Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman will be waving the green flag for the Daytona 500. He's attended NASCAR races before at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. "I think these guys are absolutely insane."
OKC's Hamidou Diallo wowed the crowd by dunking over Shaquille O'Neal and hanging on the rim by his elbow, topping Dennis Smith Jr. in the final to win the NBA slam dunk contest.