Not so fast, Mr. Favre. If those 're-evaluate' remarks mean what it sounds like they mean, you've got some explaining to do. A real pro would stick this dreadful season out.
Is it possible that Norv Turner could make two franchises worse in 2007? Fans of the Chargers and 49ers would probably agree.
In one compact decade of NFL coaching, Bill Walsh left an indelible mark on the Northern California sports landscape, writes Mark Kreidler.
Floyd Landis' gamut of excuses may have aroused a measure of doubt over his positive drug test at the Tour de France, but in the end, writes Mark Kreidler, no amount of spin will be able to hide the plain and obvious truth.
Jose Canseco, as much as it makes some people choke on their Froot Loops to admit it, is one of the few people who has even remotely approached a truth anywhere along the line of the steroid story.
With Serena Williams and Lindsay Davenport out, Venus Williams is the only seeded American at Wimbledon. Mark Kreidler writes that more than a decade after turning pro, it's still Venus' world.
Yes, the Eagles were vindicated by the NFL's arbitrator on Wednesday, but it would be hard-pressed to call this a victory.
Francis, Messier, Stevens and MacInnis are all gone. And with them went the joy of watching greatness go out in style.
Dolphins rookie Manuel Wright needn't worry. Crying in sports has a long and storied tradition.
Tiger Woods isn't finished. He's just lurking, waiting for the time when he will once again dominate golf.
An original sin? One group blatantly peddles its religious point of view -- over and over -- at the sacred ballpark.
When will all of the boorish behavior catch up to a guy like Milton Bradley? As soon as he stops hitting.
Of course Phil Mickelson's trying out in the minors. The majors are out of the question.
Baseball fans' love affair with their favorite parks does not extend to Expos fans and Olympic Stadium.
Love 'em or hate 'em, dynasties like the Yankees and Lakers are the lifeblood of sports.
The A's hit their hot streak when Jeremy Giambi was traded to the Phillies. Coincidence or not, it was a good thing to end the Giambi Era completely.