These aren’t the Packers we’re used to seeing, but they’re still really dangerous.
The big event starts Friday morning in Scotland.
Paul Konerko will play his final series this weekend.
Darryl Sharpton had 55 tackles for the Texans last season.
Jay Cutler was oh-so-close to getting traded to Washington in 2009.
Phil Mickelson zinged Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell.
Jake Arrieta threw seven innings of two-hit ball while striking out 10.
It’s time to let the likes of Morin, Clendening or Dahlbeck to take on bigger roles.
The Bears will rely on Kyle Fuller to be a playmaker, Lance Briggs says.
Chris Sale allowed just one run in six innings, but the Chicago bullpen falter again.
Shea McClellin (hand) won’t practice this week, and his status is “week to week.”
The record didn’t indicate it entirely, but the Cubs believe the saw plenty of growth.
“No one can approach that,” Phil Jackson says of Kobe Bryant’s training habits.
A grand jury has decided not to charge Stewart.
John Lackey opposes Jake Arrieta tonight at Wrigley Field.
There are few dominant teams or terrible teams nowadays in the NFL.
Chicago opens its home slate by hosting Cleveland and LeBron James on Oct. 31.
They’re like a child bouncing on a trampoline — fun with a dose of worry.
A mix of encouraging signs and concerns can be gleaned from Monday’s win.
Tim Beckman’s boss made it clear upon his hiring that Big Ten success was the goal.