Let’s welcome the newest members of the NFL’s Hall of Fame, including a first time eligible player. This year’s class was chosen by the Hall’s board of selectors on Jan. 19 during a virtual meeting. The eight new Hall of Famers will be enshrined during a multiday event Aug. 5-9 in Canton, Ohio.
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Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron, the Hall of Fame slugger whose 755 career home runs long stood as baseball’s golden mark, has died. He was 86.
The Colorado Avalanche failed to convert on their first power play but scored on the next six in an 8-0 demolition of the St. Louis Blues, who beat them Wednesday in the teams’ opener.
Not the start to the season that the Colorado Avalanche were looking for as the visiting Blues roll the home team 4-1 in their season opener on Wednesday night.
Derek Carr and the Raiders capped a last-minute comeback with a touchdown and two-point conversion to earn a 32-31 win on Sunday over the Broncos.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Floyd Little died on New Year’s Day. He was 78.
Pierre Lacroix, former GM of the Colorado Avalanche has died. He was 72.
The Broncos, with Kendall Hinton at quarterback for just more than half of the team’s snaps, lost 31-3 to the New Orleans Saints at Empower Field at Mile High.
Broncos’ defense stands strong to help negate offense’s turnovers
After Bryson DeChambeau and defending champion Tiger Woods consumed the pre-tournament buzz at the first Masters ever played in November, Dustin Johnson once again showed why he’s the best player in the world.
The Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series on Tuesday night, and in the moments after, the world learned that Justin Turner, the team’s third baseman and pulse of the clubhouse, had contracted the coronavirus.