NEWS: NEW YORK TIMES SPORTS
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: NEW YORK TIMES SPORTS
New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama Is Out for the Season
The Alabama quarterback was carted off the field with a hip injury against Mississippi State.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Colin Kaepernick Moves Workout Amid Dispute With the N.F.L.
Kaepernick was set to try out in front of several scouts at the Atlanta Falcons' practice facility, but, he said, the league denied his request to allow media access.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Tua Tagovailoa Is Carted Off With Injury Against Mississippi State
A tackle left the Alabama quarterback favoring his right leg.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

The Minor-League Teams That Could Lose M.L.B. Ties
Under a new proposal, 42 minor league teams would have their affiliations with major league clubs severed. Here is a list of the teams that would be affected.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Across the Country, Minor League Towns Face Major League Threat
M.L.B. says its proposal to sever parent-club ties with 42 teams in its minor league system is necessary to improve conditions over all, but targeted clubs are worried about survival.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

These Farm Teams Fear an End to Feeding the Majors
M.L.B. says its proposal to sever parent-club ties with 42 teams in its minor league system is necessary to improve conditions over all, but targeted clubs are worried about survival.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

A Small Town Gave Up Tackle Football. It Came Storming Back.
A community's struggle with when children should play tackle football reflects a broader debate over the sport and who is left playing it.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

He Crossed Antarctica Alone. Now He Plans to Row There.
Colin O'Brady ended up winning an unintended race across the frozen continent last year. He wants to go back in a boat.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Teams to Watch During the College Basketball Season
They're not all ranked at the top of the polls. But any could make a deep run at the N.C.A.A. tournament in March.

New York Times Sports
Nov 16, 2019

Will the Yankees Chase a Big-Name Starter This Winter?
The Yankees have been more restrained in their spending recently. But with the elite pitchers Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg on the market, they just might open their wallet.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

U.S. Men Defeat Canada in Nations League Match
The victory put the Americans in a position to reach the semifinals, if they beat Cuba on Tuesday.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Kristaps Porzingis Can Breathe for the First Time
Porzingis may have lost in his return to New York with the Mavericks, but he won by getting away from the Knicks.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Why Roger Goodell and Jay-Z Want Colin Kaepernick to Get a Shot
The former 49ers quarterback will show off his talents in Georgia on Saturday. The commissioner and Jay-Z, the music star who became an N.F.L. ally, had a lot to gain by arranging the tryout.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Dominic Thiem Makes a Habit of Winning
Thiem has won five titles this year and reached the semifinals of the ATP Finals, where only one member of the so-called Big Three stands in his way.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Irv Noren, a Bridge Between DiMaggio and Mantle, Dies at 94
After a strong rookie year with the Washington Senators, he joined the Yankees to fill an outfield gap. He won three World Series rings with the team.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Hamlin Fights Off One Rival, but Has Three More to Beat
Denny Hamlin ensured that Joey Logano would not repeat as the NASCAR champion and now has a chance to claim his first title.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

A Star Swimmer's Doping Hearing Gets Lost in Translation
The Court of Arbitration for Sport will determine whether Sun Yang of China will compete at the Tokyo Olympics. But fact-finding proved difficult on Friday.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Ithaca-SUNY Cortland Rivalry Leads to Division III Attendance Record
The game between two football teams in central New York is expected to draw 50,000 fans when the Division III universities play at MetLife Stadium.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Browns' Myles Garrett Suspended Indefinitely for Hitting Mason Rudolph With Helmet
Garrett yanked off the helmet of Rudolph, the Steelers quarterback, and bashed him on the head. Garrett was suspended for at least the rest of this season and must reapply for reinstatement next year.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Browns' Myles Garrett Suspended Indefinitely for Hitting Quarterback With Helmet
Garrett yanked off the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and bashed him on the head. He was suspended for at least the rest of this season and must reapply for reinstatement next year.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Who Is Myles Garrett? A Fearsome Rusher With a History of Penalties
The star defensive end for the Cleveland Browns is known for stellar play and occasionally questionable conduct.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Ignore the Confusion, Embrace the Romance
If you think there are a lot of meaningless international games in soccer, you're right. If you think that's terrible, you're wrong.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

N.F.L. Week 11 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens host Deshaun Watson and the Texans, while the Patriots, the Saints and the 49ers all try to get back to winning.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Manchester City Appeal Rejected at CAS
City, the Premier League champion, had tried to block an investigation into its finances by appealing to sports' highest court even before a punishment was handed down.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Browns' Myles Garrett Faces Suspension for Hitting Steelers Quarterback With Helmet
Garrett, a Browns defensive end, pulled off the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and swung it at his head.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

For 16 Transgender Hockey Players, a Groundbreaking Weekend
Team Trans, believed to be the only entirely transgender sports squad in the United States, recently played together for the first time.

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Can FaZe Clan Build a Billion-Dollar Business?
They already make every moment into consumable content. What can it become?

New York Times Sports
Nov 15, 2019

Browns Player Faces Suspension for Hitting Steelers Quarterback With Helmet
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled off the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and swung it at his head.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Knicks Beat Dallas as the Garden Crowd Jeers Kristaps Porzingis
Porzingis finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds in his first game as a visitor at Madison Square Garden.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Carmelo Anthony Is Coming Back, as a Portland Trail Blazer
Anthony has been out of the N.B.A. since he was cut by the Houston Rockets last year.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Rajeev Ram Carries the Flag for the U.S. at the ATP Finals
Only one American has been among the 24 players in singles or doubles at the elite year-end tennis tournament.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Cody Bellinger and Mike Trout Win M.V.P. Awards
Bellinger rebounded from a disappointing 2018 (by his standards) for his first Most Valuable Player Award, and Trout won his third despite a foot injury that ended his season early.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Does Colin Kaepernick Still Need Football?
During his three-year exile from the N.F.L., Kaepernick has grown in influence and cultural stature. So why would he bother playing by the league's rules?

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

After Reports of Astros' Cheating, M.L.B. Is Left to Restore Trust
Pitcher Mike Fiers broke a code of silence among players by reporting the Astros' sign-stealing, forcing baseball to reckon with an issue that has deep roots in the sport.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Notre Dame's Football Sellout Streak Ending at 273 Games
The streak at Notre Dame Stadium dated to Thanksgiving Day in 1973. The stadium holds nearly 78,000 fans.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Woman Told to Remove Hijab Before Denver Nuggets Game
Gazella Bensreiti said she went to the Pepsi Center to watch her daughter sing the national anthem when a security employee told her to remove her hijab. The company that owns the venue reportedly said it was a misunderstanding.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Another of Alberto Salazar's Runners Says He Ridiculed Her Body for Years
Amy Yoder Begley says she was criticized for being overweight, told her laugh was annoying and made to sign a contract promising not to become friends with her teammates.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

James Wiseman Drops Lawsuit Against Memphis and the N.C.A.A. and Will Sit
The university said the prospect who could be the top pick in the N.B.A. draft next year will not play while his eligibility case over moving expenses is considered.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Qatar Faces a Tight Squeeze for Its Compact World Cup
The tiny Gulf country will host the world's biggest soccer tournament in 2022. But three years before the first match, organizers have concerns about where fans will sit and where they will sleep.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Social Climbing Has a Whole New Meaning
The nubbly fitness obsession that forces you to unplug and concentrate or — AAAAH!

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

The Clippers Lost, but the Dream Duo Is Coming
Some time very soon, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will take the court at the same time.

New York Times Sports
Nov 14, 2019

Steelers' Defense Could Punish Baker Mayfield and the Browns
Baker Mayfield, a quarterback known for turnovers, faces a defense known for generating them.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Colin Kaepernick Has Not Been Told Who Will Attend His Workout
Kaepernick, who has been out of the league since the 2016 season, has requested a list of who will be coming to see him on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Bryan Brothers Will Retire From Tennis After 2020 U.S. Open
The accomplished doubles team's retirement announcement was the third high-profile one this week, as Tomas Berdych and Dominika Cibulkova also ended their careers.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Jacob deGrom Wins Second Straight Cy Young Award
The Mets' ace became the 11th pitcher to win the award in consecutive seasons.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Adam Gase's Job as Jets Coach Safe Despite Losses, C.E.O. Says
The team's chief executive said Gase would not be fired and would stay for the start of next season. The Jets are 2-7.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

For Coaches at V.C.U., Moving on Ultimately Means a Return Visit
Basketball coaches at Virginia Commonwealth tend to have upward mobility. They also have reunion clauses in their contracts should they leave.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Could These Teams Use a Quarterback Like Colin Kaepernick?
The 32-year-old, who hasn't played in the N.F.L. since the 2016 season, is expected to work out for teams on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

A Different Porzingis Returns to New York
In this week's newsletter: how the Mavericks are working the former Knicks forward into their system; whether the Suns are playoff material; and if the Braves could've survived in Buffalo.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

The Warriors Are in Last Place. You Read That Right.
Stars' injuries and departures have dropped Golden State to last in the West after five straight trips to the N.B.A. finals. With 10 new players, Coach Steve Kerr has returned to teaching.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Who's Really No. 1? Maybe Ohio State
L.S.U. took over the top spot in the college football playoff rankings. Computer rankings and bookmakers beg to differ.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Players to Watch at the Nedbank Golf Challenge
Lee Westwood has returned to defend his title, and the rest of the field hopes to take it away from him.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

The Golf Course Is Built Where? Are Those Baboons?
The course for the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa is built on top of a dormant volcano, and there's wind, tall grass and wildlife to contend with.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

For Once, Gary Player Gets to Stay Home
He travels the world as an ambassador for the sport, but for the Nedbank Golf Challenge he plays host in his native country.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

As a Mountain Biking Motivator, Add a Little Electronic Assist
E-mountain bikes may enable newcomers to gain fitness on daunting hills or snowy trails.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

‘Emboldened' N.F.L. Players Value Health Over Paychecks
Three players' disputes with their teams over medical treatment have come with a cost.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Remember, It's a Warriors Reset, Not a Rebuild
Stars' injuries and departures have dropped Golden State to last in the West after five straight trips to the N.B.A. finals. With 10 new players, Coach Steve Kerr has returned to teaching.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Gabe Kapler Hired as Giants Manager
Kapler was fired last month by the Phillies, whom he managed for two seasons.

New York Times Sports
Nov 13, 2019

Evansville Topples No. 1 Kentucky
The Purple Aces never trailed over the last 11 minutes.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Alabama Falls to Fifth in Playoff Rankings
After losing to L.S.U., the Crimson Tide fell out of the critical top four spots in the rankings, and Penn State dropped to ninth after a loss to Minnesota.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Rocco Baldelli and Mike Shildt Are Named Managers of the Year
Baldelli beat the Yankees' Aaron Boone in a tight vote.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Former Astros Pitcher Says Team Electronically Stole Signs in 2017
Mike Fiers and anonymous sources told The Athletic that Houston, which won the 2017 World Series, had used a camera and a trash can to steal signs and convey the information to batters.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

N.F.L. Invites Teams to Watch Colin Kaepernick Work Out on Saturday
The quarterback who knelt to protest police brutality has not played in an N.F.L. game since the 2016 season. He once led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Zeke Bratkowski, Packer Quarterback but Not a Starr, Dies at 88
He had all the tools to lead a team and often excelled on the field, but he was fated to serve as the understudy to the future Hall of Famer Bart Starr.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Colin Kaepernick to Work Out for N.F.L. Teams on Saturday
The quarterback who knelt to protest police brutality has not played in an N.F.L. game since the 2016 season. He once led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Nets C.E.O. Abruptly Steps Down
David Levy, one of the first hires for the new Nets owner Joe Tsai, stepped down less than two months after joining the franchise as chief executive.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Seahawks Hand Unbeaten 49ers a ‘Reality Check'
A Seattle field goal in overtime upended their N.F.C. West rival in the season's most unpredictable game so far.

New York Times Sports
Nov 12, 2019

Markelle Fultz Gets Another Shot
The former No. 1 draft pick who inexplicably lost his shooting touch is steadily returning to form for the Orlando Magic.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

Charles Rogers, Former Detroit Lions Receiver, Is Dead at 38
Mr. Rogers, whose N.F.L. career was stalled by drug use, died of liver failure on Monday.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

Pete Alonso Becomes the 6th Met to Be Named Rookie of the Year
Alonso won the award for a season in which he hit 53 homers to break the rookie record and lead the majors.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

I Was Fired From Deadspin for Refusing to ‘Stick to Sports'
Pretending that sports can take place in a vacuum would have been profoundly dishonest.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

Don Cherry, a Hockey Institution in Canada, Is Fired After Divisive Comments
Cherry, who offered bombastic opinions on television for nearly 40 years, attacked the patriotism of immigrants in what appears to be his final show.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

After Another Loss, Knicks Executives Express Dissatisfaction
The Knicks have one of the worst records in the N.B.A. The front office isn't happy, but Coach David Fizdale isn't worried about his job security.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

You Can't ‘Stick to Sports'
Deadspin knew that sports doesn't happen in a vacuum.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

College Basketball Just Started. Here's What There Is to Know So Far.
Cole Anthony had a strong debut for North Carolina, Memphis already has drama swirling, and some surprises have made for an eventful start to the season.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

Divisive Comments by a Hockey Institution Prompt Calls for His Firing
Many Canadians say that Don Cherry, who has offered his bombastic opinions on television for nearly 40 years, has finally gone too far.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

After Another Knicks Loss, Executives Express Dissatisfaction
The Knicks were blown out by the Cavaliers, dropping their record to among the worst in the N.B.A. The front office brass was not happy.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 10
Patrick Mahomes and Drew Brees lost, Lamar Jackson put on a clinic and Kyler Murray's record-setting streak ended at the worst possible time.

New York Times Sports
Nov 11, 2019

‘An Overwhelming Feeling': L.S.U. Solves the Alabama Puzzle
Louisiana State ended an eight-game losing streak to the Crimson Tide and put itself in the driver's seat for the College Football Playoff.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

Jets Wrestle a Win Away From the Giants
To perhaps everyone's surprise, the two beleaguered teams fought out an exciting and entertaining game.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

Seattle Beats Toronto to Win M.L.S. Cup
Three second-half goals deliver the Sounders' second title in four years, to the delight of a record-setting home crowd.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

At Liverpool, Another Symphony Brings the Crowd to Its Feet
Liverpool overpowered Manchester City with style and substance, opening an eight-point lead in the Premier League.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

Man Charged in Slashing of ‘Baby Trump' Balloon, Police Say
Protesters displayed the balloon of a giant baby Donald Trump during the president's visit to a football game in Alabama.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

France Defeats Australia to Win the Fed Cup
On Sunday, Kristina Mladenovic upset No. 1 Ashleigh Barty and teamed with Caroline Garcia to win the decisive doubles match.

New York Times Sports
Nov 10, 2019

For Seattle and Toronto, a Big Stage to Settle a Score
M.L.S. Cup on Sunday is a rubber match for Seattle and Toronto, who split two recent meetings in the league's championship game.

New York Times Sports
Nov 09, 2019

Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu Fuels Exhibition Win Over U.S. National Team
Ionescu, the star of the No. 1 Beavers, scored 30 points in the win over a national team featuring Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi.

New York Times Sports
Nov 09, 2019

L.S.U. Survives Alabama's Second-Half Push for a Big Win
The No. 2 Tigers took a 20-point lead into halftime, but the No. 3 Crimson Tide charged back in the fourth quarter, ultimately coming up short.

New York Times Sports
Nov 09, 2019

L.S.U. Survives Alabama's Second-Half Push for Big Win
The No. 2 Tigers took a 20-point lead into halftime, but the No. 3 Crimson Tide charged back in the fourth quarter, ultimately coming up short.

New York Times Sports
Nov 09, 2019

Tua Tagovailoa's Return From Injury for Alabama-L.S.U. Comes With Risk
The Alabama quarterback, who is managing an ankle sprain, could be the top pick in the N.F.L. draft next April — and get a $25 million signing bonus.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

James Wiseman Scores 17 for Memphis After Fighting Ineligibility
The university said the family of Wiseman, a favorite to be the top pick in the N.B.A. draft next summer, took money to move to Memphis when the player was in high school. A judge quickly ruled that Wiseman could play Friday night.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

James Wiseman, Memphis Standout, Fights Ineligibility Ruling
The university says the family of the favorite to be the top pick in the N.B.A. draft next summer took money before he was with the team to move to Memphis. A judge said late Friday that the star could play his team's next game.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

A Billy Joel-Themed Look at the Knicks and the Nets
The N.B.A. season is off to a rough start in New York City, but there is reason for hope — really — no matter the borough.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Logan Paul. KSI. YouTube. Fight. Logan Paul. KSI. Boxing.
This is both a legitimate headline and a naked chase for viewership. Just like this boxing match that is actually being sanctioned in California.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Tucked in WADA Rules, a Ticking Bomb for European Soccer
A Russian doping scandal could force organizers of next year's continental soccer championship to bar Russia's team and move matches scheduled for St. Petersburg.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Granted Class Status in Equal Pay Lawsuit
A federal judge rejected U.S. Soccer's argument that no discrimination existed. Megan Rapinoe praised the decision as a validation of their campaign.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Support Is a Two-Way Street
Arsenal's Granit Xhaka is the latest player to find out that if there is a taboo in soccer, it is that one must not criticize — or even worse, cross — the fans.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

The Pep Effect
Pep Guardiola has turned Manchester City into one of the best teams in the world. Jürgen Klopp has done the same at Liverpool. But are their methods really changing English soccer?

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Rafael Nadal Shoots for the ATP Finals Title Again
The year-end tournament is the only significant title missing from his résumé, but another injury threatens his chances.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Jets and Giants Vie for Best New York Team Not Named the Bills
Sunday's game between the two floundering teams that share MetLife Stadium will also be a measuring stick for quarterbacks Sam Darnold and Daniel Jones.

New York Times Sports
Nov 08, 2019

Jets and Giants Vie for Best Team in N.Y. Not Named the Bills
Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium will be a measuring stick for quarterbacks Daniel Jones and Sam Darnold, as well as coaches Adam Gase and Pat Shurmur.

  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2019 CEOExpress Company LLC