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What just happened? Barnwell makes sense of Andrew Luck's shocking decision

 

The Colts quarterback's surprising retirement changes the entire complexion of the NFL, in 2019 and beyond.

Luck retires, calls decision 'hardest of my life'

 

Saying constant injuries have taken the joy out of the game, Andrew Luck announced his retirement from the NFL on Saturday night.

Texans fear torn ACL for RB Miller, source says

 

The Texans fear starting running back Lamar Miller suffered a torn left ACL during Saturday's preseason game, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

6 hurt as lightning strikes at Tour Championship

 

Six spectators were injured when lightning struck a tree at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon during a weather delay at the Tour Championship.

Garoppolo sharp vs. K.C.: 'Step in right direction'

 

Jimmy Garoppolo, who posted a 0.0 passer rating on Monday night in Denver, bounced back with a sharp outing Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium, where he suffered a season-ending ACL injury in 2018.

Pats down another TE as Kendricks suspended

 

Lance Kendricks, one of several tight ends vying for a roster spot on the Patriots, has been suspended one game for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

Harden working to unleash one-legged 3 in NBA

 

Rockets star James Harden said he's working on incorporating a one-legged, step-back 3-pointer into his repertoire.

'That was exhausting': Football is back and Florida survives

 

The No. 8 Gators edged Miami in a wild, mistake-filled season opener.

Matthew Berry's top 200 fantasy football PPR rankings

 

If you're searching for detailed 2019 fantasy football rankings, we've got you covered. Check back throughout the summer for updates.

Week 3 preseason takeaways: What now for the Texans at RB?

 

Lamar Miller's injury "was a tough thing to see," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. Here's a look at all the big takeaways from the third full week of the 2019 NFL preseason.

From watches to pressure to texts from mom, golfers' tales about money

 

Most of the field at the FedEx Cup finale is pretty well off. But that wasn't always the case. And the days before they were rich aren't ones they've forgotten.

From breakups to makeups: NBA reunions that defied expectations

 

These stars said, "We are never ever, ever getting back together," but it turns out time heals all wounds, as it did for Dwight Howard and the Lakers.

Portland Thorns, Chicago Red Stars lead NWSL into break

 

Who is in the hunt for the NWSL Shield? Is Sam Kerr the MVP front-runner? Catch up on the league as it heads into the international break.

Manchester United show familiar failings in defeat to Crystal Palace

 

Soft goals conceded, David De Gea errors and losing games they should not; for Man United, Saturday's defeat had a feeling of last season about it.

Barnwell: Realistic 2019 goals for the NFL's 10 worst teams

 

What qualifies as a successful season for the 10 teams with the worst playoff chances? Here's what each needs to see.

What to watch on newly launched ACC Network

 

ACC Network launched Thursday with approximately 450 live contests set to air annually. Here's your guide to make sure you catch all the biggest events.

How players are using uniform numbers to break MLB's unwritten rules

 

The first 0 versus 0 matchup in MLB history. Four times as many 99s this young century as in the last. Why the weird digits? It's all part of a cultural shift in the sport.

Why Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will own the US Open

 

The Big Three in men's tennis continues to dominate. What does that say about their games -- and the games of their rivals?

Kovalev keeps title with 11th-round KO of Yarde

 

Sergey Kovalev retained his 175-pound belt for the first time in a homecoming fight by knocking out Anthony Yarde with one shot in the 11th round on Saturday.

NBA preseason predictions: Our experts' picks for 2019-20

 

We polled the experts on the ESPN Forecast panel for their predictions heading into the 2019-20 NBA season.

The Sterling Affairs: The tapes that took down a billionaire

 

When an audio recording of a racist rant by former Clippers owner Donald Sterling was leaked online in 2014, it caused an uproar that changed the NBA forever.

The inside story of the moment that changed the NBA forever

 

For four days, the Donald Sterling tapes threatened to shut down the 2014 NBA playoffs. Five years later, it remains one of the great what-ifs in league history.

Jensen: Svenskeren is carrying Nisqy 'a lot'

 

Cloud9 mid laner Yasin "Nisqy" Dinçer and his Team Liquid counterpart, Nicolaj "Jensen" Jensen, are locked in a war of words ahead of the LCS final.

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