Nike has re-signed New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to a footwear and apparel contract that could be worth about $5 million a year for five years, according to NiceKicks.com
Sports Illustrated's Justin Barrasso speaks with the wrestlers of New Japan Pro Wresting about the "G1 Special In USA" that will mark the return of New Japan Pro Wrestling to the US.
Bullfighting can be a dangerous and sometimes deadly sport and bullfighter Antonio found out just how scary it can be when he was gored. The Doctors weigh in on the extent of his severe injuries.
Report: Heat, Chris Bosh approaching contract resolution DEK: Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is nearing an agreement with the team resolving the two sides’ dispute over Bosh’s contract, the Sun Sentinel reports.
The new NFL stadium in Los Angeles will not be the host of Super Bowl LV in February 2021, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports. NFL owners voted unanimously Tuesday to award Super Bowl LV to Tampa and have Los Angeles host the following year.
European stocks were mixed Wednesday although fading equity sentiment following a rare credit downgrade for China and the developing security situation in the U.K., where Prime Minister Theresa May increased the terrorist threat level to "critical" last night and warned that a new attack could be imminent, kept investors in a caution mood. The region-wide Stoxx Europe 600 index held onto a modest 0.15% gain in the opening hour of trading, but regional benchmarks, including Germany's DAX performance index and the FTSE 100, drifted modestly lower. France's CAC-40 was marked 0.1% higher, thanks in part to solid gains for the country's biggest banks -- BNP Paribas SA and Societe Generale SA . READ MORE: European Stocks Mixed, Oil on the Rise in Cautiously Optimistic Trading