Sign, tag or let 'em walk: How should NFL teams handle their looming free agents? We play general manager and make decisions for all 32.
There's one thing Philadelphia wants from stars, and if either of baseball's top free agents sign there, they'd better deliver.
The biggest contract decision yet to be made isn't about this winter's top free agents. It's about baseball's biggest star.
Starting with baseball's reigning best player, out on the grass is where you find the stars to build contenders around.
The third base position is loaded with young All-Stars, including several who have yet to hit their prime years.
You can't blame the Padres for being interested in a superstar in his prime. But the timing just isn't right, the moment isn't right, and the deal would seem destined to fall flat.
We break down the cases for why you might crown Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron or Babe Ruth.
The big left-hander has said that the 2019 season will be his last, but it could help punch his ticket to Cooperstown.
After providing a taste of what they can do last season, these pitchers are ready to take their place among MLB's elite.
Mike Schmitz has the latest on the international NBA prospects to watch.
With Selection Sunday fast approaching, it's time to update our candidates to pull off first-round upsets.
With about four months remaining until the draft, we go from 1 to 31 in the first mock of the year.
Will Kirill Kaprizov ever stop scoring? Can Kaapo Kakko make a charge for the No. 1 pick? All that and more in this week's prospect rundown.
James Harden is having an epic statistical season, but how does it compare with the best campaigns from other perimeter greats like MJ, Kobe, LeBron, Steph, TMac and D-Wade?
The way free agency is going, the rush to sign early-bird contract extensions could become the norm. But at what cost?
Looking for some of the game's brightest up-and-coming stars? You're at the right place.
These clubs have been hot since the calendar flipped to 2019. Who should make big moves at the deadline to bolster their run?
Without realizing it, we're witnessing college hoops dominance this season that extends well beyond Duke.
Can Kaapo Kakko catch Jack Hughes to be the top pick in June's NHL draft?
Oklahoma's Spencer Rattler is one of several incoming quarterbacks who could shuffle the depth chart at their programs.
We draft the best NBA rookies and sophomores to build two teams for five years from now.
If the owners' aim is to maximize return, why shouldn't the players do the same -- by protecting themselves, and their value?
At a position with rising offensive production, who joins Jose Altuve near the top of our list?
These under-the-radar players could open some eyes during spring training and make some noise in the majors before the year is out.
Here's how streaming both Wofford vs. VMI and Belmont at Tennessee State on Thursday on ESPN+ will help you build your bracket.
So long, 2018 season. It's never too early to look ahead to 2019. Our crew of insiders weighs in on the biggest topics of the offseason.
Saturday's Tennessee-Kentucky matchup may be the best remaining game of the regular season. Let's break it down.
National championship contenders don't rebuild, they reload. Check out how each Top 25 team has used recruiting and the transfer market to replenish talent this offseason.
Free agency -- and retirement -- could hit the Super Bowl teams hard. Here's how each team could change this offseason.
The slugging first baseman has become an endangered species, but there's still some pop at the top of our list.
Cleveland brings back one of baseball's best starting fives this year, but at a cost: Mustering offense from the outfield will be tricky.
There is a glut of accomplished players not named Bryce or Manny -- or even Keuchel or Kimbrel -- still out there.
It's Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko leading the way, but how is the rest of the 2019 class shaping up? We rank the top 50 prospects for June's draft.
We start our position-by-position tiers at catcher, where franchise performers aren't exactly easy to come by in 2019.
South Dakota State's Mike Daum has been there before, leading his underdog team in March. This season he will have company.
A running back rising. Four new names to know. It's Kiper's latest ranking of the top prospects for April's draft.
The Blue Jays have the big-name splash, but Tampa Bay's quality depth is unmatched, with the Red Sox and Yankees (and Orioles) playing catch-up.
While Minnesota has a crop of young players who aren't far from breaking out, the White Sox seem to be top heavy and the Indians are sneaky strong.
The Astros have managed to keep their talent pipeline strong, with the Angels, A's, Mariners and Rangers struggling to hang with them.
The Padres and Dodgers have bumper crops on the farm and the D-backs and Rockies have help on the way, while the Giants have their work cut out for them.
You don't have to be a betting man to wonder whether teams like the Rays might make some noise in the standings again.
Houston's and Virginia Tech's tournament hopes also could hinge on how the selection committee uses the new metric in Saturday's top 16 release.
Can the Giants get their QB of the future? Or will another QB-hungry team take Ohio State's signal-caller? Todd McShay goes 1-32 in this year's draft.
Here's how watching VCU at George Washington on Wednesday on ESPN+ will help you build your bracket.
As MLB's two biggest free-agent names remain unclaimed, there are signs clubs can afford to wait them out for a more team-friendly deal.
Everybody loves to be ahead of the curve in identifying the next up-and-coming stars. Here are some names to put on your watch list.
The Yankees outfielder is 35 and hasn't played in a major league game in 476 days. Still, San Francisco picked up the phone. Is there an unlikely deal to be made?
The Padres have top prospect Fernando Tatis Jr., but how much young talent is behind him? And how does your team's prospect pool rate?
Signs point to a bounce-back season in Houston, and let's face it: Carlos Correa & Co. don't have far to climb to get back on top.
Here are the dream scenarios for the Knicks, and what it would take.