Antonio Brown will play on Monday night after he delivered an “emotional apology” to his team on Friday morning, according to ESPN.
Three Alameda County “super spellers” were among 500 students competing in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to be the Scripps National Spelling Bee champion, according to the county’s Office of Education.
In addition to Brown, San Francisco will send the No. 143 pick to New England in exchange for the Patriot’s No. 95 overall pick.
After spending the last two years in the shadows of the NFL TV schedule, the 49ers will step back into the bright lights of prime-time football.
The Raiders have reportedly found their head coach, leaving Monday Night Football in need of color commentary.
The San Francisco 49ers have announced the release of starting middle linebacker NaVorro Bowman just hours after reportedly shopping him around the league.
Mixed martial arts fighters may finally be seeing their first large scale union.
Raider Nation made its presence felt Sunday in Mexico City, as they are sure to do Monday night against Houston.
It’s easy to see why a free agent might want to join the Golden State Warriors.
Stuart Scott impacted a lot of people. In a tumultuous year of loss in my own life, I found solace in Stu’s message.
The film “Concussion” has the cast, and the timing to bring added awareness to repetitive head trauma.
The New York Times reports the NFL may have muscled ESPN out of a documentary project with PBS.
Cha-ching! Starting in 2014, the Giants and A’s will collect a large sum of TV money thanks to ESPN’s new deal.
An injury has forced San Francisco native Karim Mayfield out of his ESPN2 bout at Kezar Pavilion.