ESPN Sports Headlines

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday on social media. More
Social media was abuzz at news of Gronkowski's retirement, and many of the NFL's best paid their respects to Gronk. More
California has fired men's basketball coach Wyking Jones after a two-year run that included an 8-23 mark this season. More
X-rays on Cleveland Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez's left leg showed no signs of a broken bone after the All-Star was carted off the field in Sunday's spring training game against the Chicago White Sox. More
Mets starter Noah Syndergaard took issue with the team's lack of progress in contract talks with Jacob deGrom and New York's travel plans ahead of Opening Day. More
RJ Barrett made a go-ahead basket in the game's final seconds to send the Blue Devils to the Sweet 16. More
Pitching prospect Touki Toussaint was optioned to Triple-A by the Braves on Sunday, but the team plans to have rookie pitchers Bryse Wilson and Kyle Wright in its opening rotation. More
Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams has died at age 21, the school announced. More
The University of Alabama and men's basketball coach Avery Johnson have parted ways after four seasons. More
Anthony Pettis shocked the MMA world by knocking out Stephen Thompson with a superman punch on Saturday in Nashville. Who should he face next? More
Unlike last year, the Raptors likely aren't going to enter the playoffs as the top team in the East. But they're more concerned about where they finish in June, not April. More
Isaiah Thomas' return to Boston and Damian Lillard's inspired road show highlight Week 23 in sneakers. More
Joachim Low is running out of goodwill as the German national team manager. Can he convince his bosses and the fans that he's the man to fix things? More
Fantasy baseball is a game about ceilings and floors, which means sometimes you have to take a chance and make a bold prediction. Here are Tristan H. Cockcroft's biggest calls for the season ahead. More