Perhaps if Lindsey Vonn had a big cushy air bag to fall on when she tore two ligaments in her right knee she wouldn't have missed the Sochi Olympics.
Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano is expected to miss 3-4 weeks after breaking a toe during the Major League Baseball All-Stars tour of Japan.
The Marlins are no longer pinching pennies, and Giancarlo Stanton won't be, either.
Federal drug enforcement agents showed up unannounced Sunday to check at least three visiting NFL teams' medical staffs as part of an investigation into former players' claims that teams mishandled prescription drugs.
Tom Ward and Collin Harmon are joined by Jon Warren, host of the Joe Beaver Radio Show, on this edition of Inside the Pac.
No fewer than five games pit teams with solid Super Bowl aspirations, including matchups of division leaders New England and Indianapolis, Detroit and Arizona.
North will continue into the semifinals next week with a game against Mazama on Saturday.
The undefeated North Bend football team is in the OSAA Class 4A State Quarterfinals Friday night against Far West League rival South Umpqua.
Russell Wilson is doing plenty to help Seattle during its three-game win streak. Even when the Seahawks' offensive priority has been focused on running the football.
Dynamic receivers are making their mark this season - and not just for their creative (some might say over-the-top) celebrations. The passers get the pub much of the time, so here's some love for the guys grabbing those throws.
Kevin Williams signed with Seattle in part because he wouldn't be asked to carry the load anymore
When the New York Yankees take the field against Toronto for their opener on April 6, it will be 556 days since Alex Rodriguez last played in a major league game.
The best day running the football in the history of the Seattle Seahawks was weeks in the making.
Mark Helfrich, head football coach at the University of Oregon and native of Coos Bay, will speak at a fundraising event for the Coos Bay Schools Community Foundation on Thursday, February 26 of 2015.
The Santa Clara County district attorney's office declined to file charges against San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald in a domestic violence investigation stemming from his Aug. 31 arrest.