"It's tough. I thought of my kids. I have two kids under three years old. I just hope she's alright,” Frazier said of the girl, described as a “toddler,” who was taken to a hospital.
WWE defended the bit delivered by champion Jinder Mahal about a Japanese opponent, noting its story lines “cover real world issues."
A sluggish offense, an 0-2 start and a tough NFC road game in Philadelphia demand that someone do something now. But what?
The Sacramento front office boss told reporters he figured he wouldn't get a better offer for his franchise center than the one he wound up accepting from the Pelicans.
In post-fight comments, Derrick Lewis also noted that Travis Browne had been accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife.
Irving indicated that he wasn't being serious when he said the earth is flat, but either way, James has his teammate's back.
It wouldn't have anything to do with the fact that he recently dedicated a song to Colin Kaepernick, would it?
Robert Grays died after a routine tackle; Clayton Geib after saying he didn't feel well.
The phrase was all over the boxer's undies during his weigh-in, too, but an Irish bookmaker drew fire for using it.
As the Jemele Hill saga proved, the right-wing news outlet is now paying attention to what goes on in Bristol.
"Peanut,” who also happens to have a criminal justice degree, was a pretty good enforcer during his playing career.
The objectionable comments were part of an extracurricular group chat.
The team's coach said he told his players that “kneeling is a show of respect, not for those who broke boundaries … but for the innocent lives that have been touched by injustice.”