New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is doing whatever he can to downplay any talk about where he might play next season.Brees, who is currently playing out the final year of his contract, clearly doesn’t want any distractions for him and the team. (read more)

An All-Star with the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors during a 12-year NBA career, David Lee announced his retirement from the Association in an Instagram post on Sunday. Lee, 34, last played with the San Antonio Spurs in 2016-17. (read more)

Philadelphia 76ers rookie point guard Markelle Fultz has already missed over two weeks with a shoulder injury and could be out quite a bit longer.According to Sam Amico, the Sixers aren’t expecting Fultz back for another two or three weeks. (read more)

The Golden State Warriors had a funny reason for being motivated to beat the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.Philly got off to a hot start with a 47-28 lead after a quarter. (read more)

Steph Curry is frustrated that his comment about the Boston Celtics making the NBA Finals went viral, because he feels like it was taken out of context.After his Golden State Warriors lost to the Celtics 92-88 on Thursday night, Curry said it was “very very likely” that Boston reaches the NBA Finals. (read more)

Kyrie Irving was seen showing some love for one of the greatest players in Atlanta Hawks history before Saturday’s game at Philips Arena.Irving hugged and had some words with Hawks Vice President of Basketball Dominique Wilkins, who played for the team from 1982-94. (read more)

Rahm earned his third worldwide win of the year by beating the season's best on the European Tour (read more)

LeSean McCoy offered two potential outcomes for Nathan Peterman’s first NFL start and one of them ended up coming true.Last week, Bills coach Sean McDermott made the decision to bench Tyrod Taylor for Sunday’s game against the Chargers and go with Nathan Peterman instead. (read more)

Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said after Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals that he is considering a switch at quarterback.Joseph was asked about the possibility of switching from Brock Osweiler to Paxton Lynch and said, “we’ll see. (read more)

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys are set to square off against the Eagles on “Sunday Night Football,” and the second-year signal-caller is using the big stage to pay tribute to his late mother.Prescott’s mother, Peggy, passed away on Nov. (read more)

Multiple current Florida Gators tweeted the same exact emoji on Sunday night at just about the exact same time, leading to a bunch of speculation and questions. What were they tweeting about?First, here are five Florida players tweeting the emoji with a finger to the chin: Here’s a Florida recruit, WR Anthony Schwartz directly referencing the Chip Kelly report: All the chatter around Gainesville i (read more)

The Nathan Peterman experiment was brief and unsuccessful. And now Buffalo is considering a switch back to Tyrod Taylor at quarterback. (read more)

Raiders receiver Johnny Holton lost his cool in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Patriots, and he’s lucky he wasn’t ejected for the way he reacted.The frustration seemed to set in for Holton, as his team was getting blown out by the Patriots in Mexico City 30-0 at the time, but it was still no excuse for what he did. (read more)

In terms of dumb things to do on a football field, taking a physical shot at an opponent directly in front of an official is pretty high on the list.That’s exactly what Oakland Raiders wide receiver Johnny Holton did on Sunday, though, taking an apparent swing — or perhaps slap — at New England Patriots cornerback Jonathan Jones’s helmet. (read more)

The Jacksonville Jaguars were feeling pretty good about themselves on Sunday after completing the season sweep of the AFC North.After a 19-7 win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 11, the Jaguars threw shade at the entire division on Twitter by declaring themselves “Kings In The North” with a funny Photoshop of head coach Doug Marrone that also pointed to their double-digit wins this season over ev (read more)

To call Nathan Peterman’s first NFL start a nightmare would be a disaster to nightmares everywhere. The Buffalo Bills signal caller threw interceptions on each of his first two drives (one of which was returned for a touchdown). (read more)


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