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Manchester United will pursue alternative targets to bolster their attacking options this summer after ruling out an £80 million move for Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, sources have told ESPN FC. More
Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu was the victim of a $5 million extortion plot by a family member, court records show. More
WWE introduced a new 24/7 title with the idea that it could be defended anywhere at any time. Utilizing the whole roster and all of the WWE's media platforms will be key if it's going to succeed as planned in 2019. More
For the first time since 1970, St. Louis will witness a Stanley Cup Final. The franchise and fan base are quite deserving of the ultimate prize. More
Dabo Swinney sat down with ESPN for a Q&A on Alabama, Saban, his new contract and more. More
There's a new kind of energy in L.A.'s outfield, with the rookie winning over teammates and fans alike in a way Yasiel Puig did not. More
Naoya Inoue accomplished a few things with his latest KO victory: He stopped a legit opponent, won a bantamweight world title and made a big jump in the pound-for-pound rankings. Who completes the top 10? More
He didn't make headlines like Harper and Machado, but Brantley is playing like a star again, and helping lift the Astros to a whole new level. More
Jaden McDaniels announced Tuesday night he has committed to Washington, which now is the only team with two top-seven recruits in the Class of 2019. More
The Raptors' bench supported Kawhi Leonard by scoring 48 points in a Game 4 win. More
A day after the birth of his second child, Fred VanVleet broke out of his shooting slump and had his best game of the playoffs, scoring 13 points off the bench to help the Raptors rout the Bucks 120-102 in Game 4. More
As late as Jan. 2, the Blues were in last place overall in the NHL. Now, they're four wins away from hoisting the first Stanley Cup in franchise history after eliminating the Sharks in Game 6 of the Western Conference finals Tuesday night. More
With parents who were professional athletes and a grandmom who gave him pregame pep talks, the 23-year-old wide receiver was born to play. More
By agreeing to a deal to play in Japan and shunning the draft, Carter Stewart will make himself millions of dollars and might be changing the way baseball does business. More
Carter Stewart is in agreement with a Japanese team on a deal that could set a new precedent for young prospects looking to make more money early in their careers. More