A bobblehead of Purdue superfan Tyler Trent, who has a rare form of bone cancer, will raise money for his cancer research endowment fund and The V Foundation.

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Want to make a hot stove splash? Start with these bold trades and free-agent additions.

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Here's a look at the dominant 17-year run by the Hendrick Motorsports pair, whose partnership will end after Sunday's season finale.

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With Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus ending their longtime partnership this Sunday, here are Ryan McGee's top tandems in Cup series history.

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Matthew celebrates the life of the great Stan Lee and offers his usual lineup-related advice for this week's games.

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See the evolution of England's record goal scorer, all the way from teenage tyro to grizzled veteran, in one GIF as he wins a final cap at Wembley.

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Under the tutelage of new head coach Matt Nagy, Mitchell Trubisky has transformed into a quarterback around whom the Bears can build.

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"Better late than never," says Carolina's future Hall of Fame defensive end, who is more active and vocal in the community than ever before.

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He's been burned and been accountable. Facing his former team, can Peters can return to his All-Pro form and stay in L.A.?

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Who will win when No. 12 Syracuse meets No. 3 Notre Dame at Yankee Stadium? Our reporters pick that game, and more.

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The Seahawks have made their run game a priority again, which has meant fewer opportunities for Russell Wilson. But his numbers suggest a career year.

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From "Fail Mary" to the 2014 NFC title game, the Packers haven't just lost in Seattle, they've been gutted. But they're counting on that to change.

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Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor opened up about Jimmy Butler's trade to the 76ers, saying the saga overshadowed the start of the season and led to a "negative environment" in Minnesota.

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The NFL reinvented the kickoff this season in an attempt to save it. It's working, but not necessarily how the league expected.

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Lakers star LeBron James passed Wilt Chamberlain for fifth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list Thursday night. He now has 31,425 points for his career, with his childhood idol, Michael Jordan, next up at No. 4.

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