Greg Garber joined ESPN in 1991 and provides reports for NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. He is also a regular contributor to Outside the Lines and a senior writer for ESPN.com.
The Seattle Seahawks aim to become just the ninth team to win consecutive Super Bowls. ESPN's Greg Garber examines why it's such a difficult feat to accomplish in today's NFL.
The intensity and competitive streak of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hasn't diminished one bit after 15 NFL seasons, writes Greg Garber.
Despite his semifinal struggle, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has owned the Aussie Open and Andy Murray.
The football vision, business acumen and relentless drive of Patriots owner Robert Kraft keep New England among the NFL's elite franchises, writes Greg Garber.
Rob Gronkowski's TD celebration is unique for its pure power and the effort that goes into it, writes Greg Garber.
Who has been more crucial to the vast success of the New England Patriots - star quarterback Tom Brady or mastermind coach Bill Belichick? Greg Garber taps myriad experts for the answer.
In a sense, Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios are a lot alike, although their on-court performances were quite different in the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Even though he lost to Grigor Dimitrov, former Aussie Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis showed he still has chops to hang with the best in the game.
Venus Williams doesn't have Grand Slam-winning chops anymore, but she showed she can still compete at a high level, Greg Garber writes.
Rafael Nadal had a feeling he wasn't going to be at his best in Oz -- and he was right.
For some reason, Andy Murray loves playing Aussie players, and that was apparent Wednesday in Melbourne.
Anything less than a Grand Slam title from Kei Nishikori this season would be a disappointment, Greg Garber writes.
Which No. 1 seed, Novak Djokovic or Serena Williams, will have a stronger 2015 season?
Considering the offseason Roger Federer had, the Australian Open looks like it might be the start of his vacation.
It's been 44 Grand Slams since an American man took home a major title, and the top U.S. players in the rankings are hoping to end that drought, writes Greg Garber.
We may very well see a Williams sister hoisting the Aussie Open winner's trophy, but based on the opening week of 2015, it's not the sibling you'd think, Greg Garber writes.