In 13 weeks, Jarrett Stidham has gone from Brady's backup to the Patriots' starting quarterback to Cam Newton's (likely) No. 2. None of which is likely to faze him a bit.
No game film means coaches must adjust practices to better evaluate players low on the depth chart, who will have fewer chances to shine.
Watching from the stands instead of the dugout, staying in the hotel on road trips and missing the roar of the crowd -- nothing is routine in 2020.
JJ Redick, CJ McCollum and other NBA players have turned to wine to bring the comforts of home to the NBA bubble.
The 20-year-old's gamble shook baseball last year. Now, he's faced with an unexpected twist -- he gets to pitch, but doesn't know when he'll get to see his family again.
Get caught up prior to Thursday's five-game slate, with game previews, pick of the day, our favorite quote, social post and more.
The NHL should do this every year! Or should it? We debate which aspects should stay and which should go.
Terri Harper defends her belt, Jamal James, Thomas Dulorme, David Morrell and Lennox Allen look for their first title and top prospect Vito Mielnicki Jr. resumes his promising career.
Mercedes has confirmed Valtteri Bottas will remain with the team in 2021.
Is Man City boss Pep Guardiola prepared to be like Zinedine Zidane in order to add a fourth Champions League title to his name?
Let's hope we get one last head-to-head in the tournament.
The Lakers dropped to 2-2 in Orlando while the Sixers and Magic await injury updates.
LeBron James said the NBA won't miss President Donald Trump as a viewer after Trump said he turns off games when he sees players kneeling for the national anthem.
The Bruins had the NHL's best record when the regular season was cut short in March, but after two losses in the East's round-robin tournament, they won't be the No. 1 seed.
Best of Wednesday at training camps: Landry showcases Browns' new duds, and Washington debuts helmets
Washington showed off numbers on its new helmets, and Jarvis Landry got really excited about the Browns' new duds. Check out the top photos, videos, quotes and notes from the NFL on Wednesday.
As expectations evolve in Boston, the Celtics' final form will be molded by Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.
A variety of players have looked strong since golf came back, so our experts had a lot of options.
Brooklyn's Kevin Durant, recovering from a torn Achilles, said Wednesday on the Play For Keeps podcast that if he "had to choose" he would pick the Clippers to beat the Bucks in this year's NBA Finals.
Washington's Max Scherzer left his start against the Mets after just one inning Wednesday night because of trouble with his right hamstring.