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Woods has slipped so far because of injury and poor play that he was able to show up last weekend at Whistling Straits to get ready for the PGA Championship.
Commissioner Roger Goodell and Mayor Rahm Emanuel made the announcement at the NFL owners' meetings on Tuesday.
Saunders announced on Tuesday that he has been undergoing chemotherapy for Hodgkins lymphoma. He says his doctors are calling it "very treatable and curable."
Coach Todd Bowles announced Tuesday that second year linebacker Ik Enemkpali has been released by the Jets following the altercation.
FIFA says former Olympic official Francois Carrard will chair a task force overseeing reforms of football's governing body in the wake of corruption scandals.
Serena Williams was in superb form as she began her U.S. Open buildup with an entertaining effort highlighted by a couple of cheeky returns and a few clear winners at a rainy Rogers Cup.
Lawyers for former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, who is serving a life sentence for killing an acquaintance in 2013, have filed a motion to quash a separate double-murder indictment.
The return from injury by Rory McIlroy to defend his title at this week's PGA Championship at Whistling Straits gives the year's final major extra spice as Jordan Spieth aims to carve out another slice of golf history.
Here's a look at some of the sports headlines making news today, Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Donald Sterling sued TMZ and V. Stiviano on Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming they violated his privacy by illegally recording a private conversation and broadcasting it.
McIlroy declares himself to be 100 percent for PGA
Baker, known as the "Gentle Giant" for his affable demeanor and 6-foot-6-inch frame, was a 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame nominee and named in 1998 one of its 50 greatest drivers.
A two-year content and advertising deal announced Monday expands upon similar partnerships that Twitter forged with the NFL in 2013 and 2014.
Smith says, "I feel like it's time. My body feels great, but not everybody gets this opportunity."
Watch a quick recap of all 2015 Hall of Fame inductees speeches, including the most hilarious and heartfelt moments from a crowd-pleasing night in Canton.
In the final round of the Barracuda Championship, the only tournament on the PGA Tour to use the Modified Stableford system, J.J. Henry outplays Kyle Reifers to capture his third tour win.
This promises to be one silly shoe commercial.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories you'll be talking about today, Monday, Aug. 10.
A star on the football field for the New York Giants and later a star in the broadcasting booth with the "Monday Night Football" team that helped popularize the NFL, died on Sunday at age 84.
Backup quarterback Mike Kafka threw a touchdown pass and running back Joe Banyard ran for another score to help the Vikings beat the Steelers in the Hall of Fame game.