It’s an enduring fact of life in the NFL: If a player has talent, a team will find a place for him, no matter how bad his off-the-field profile might be.
Michael Phelps completed his comeback meet in international competition with a gold medal in the medley relay to cap off a Sunday night program that kicked off with Katie Ledecky setting her second world record within 24 hours at the Pan Pacific championships.
Michael Phelps is trying some new things: A more relaxed approach. A lighter workload. A willingness to accept that things aren’t going to be perfect every day.
Michael Phelps’ second comeback meet will not include a chance to go against his biggest rival.
Michael Phelps tied the fourth-fastest time in the world this year swimming the 100-meter butterfly in his first competition in nearly two years. His comeback has gotten off to a strong start albeit with a much different approach than he took in winning 22 medals over three Olympics.
The Baltimore bullet could be back! There’s word that Michael Phelps could begin competing in meets over the next few weeks.
Michael Phelps has rejoined the U.S. drug testing program, the strongest signal yet that he’s planning a comeback for the Rio Olympics.
Healthy is what Tiger looked like, Tiger is who Tiger played like.
So much for all the rhetoric last week about how Tiger is back because he won at Bay Hill. Back? All he did was put up his worst Master performance ever.
I’m not a big believer in one tournament is particularly critical for a golfer, but this week’s Masters is huge for Tiger. He finally got a win in his last tournament, but it wasn’t against a great field.
Post game comments from Ray Lewis, Ray Rice & Cam Cameron
Tiger Woods has several demons to overcome this weekend