8:10 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN The Seattle Seahawks are trying to trade wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, sources told ESPN’s Dianna Russini. Kearse has been a starter for the Seahawks since 2014 but is coming off a down season in which he caught 41 passes for 510 yards and one touchdown. He was briefly supplanted as
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Two days after her stunning win over No. 2 seed Simona Halep, Maria Sharapova won another three-set match to advance to the third round of the US Open. Sharapova defeated Hungary’s Timea Babos 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-1. The five-time major champion is playing in her first Grand Slam tournament since serving a 15-month doping suspension.
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Former ESPN college football analyst Ed Cunningham told The New York Times in a piece published Wednesday that he left his job earlier this year partly because of his discomfort with how the game affects its participants physically — especially later in life. “I take full ownership of my alignment with the sport,” he told
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French rugby president Bernard Laporte has rejected demands for his resignation, despite being mired in a potential conflict of interests scandal that has prompted five members of the French Rugby Federation’s (FFR) Appeals Board to quit. Laporte — the former head coach of the French national side and a sports minister under Nicolas Sarkozy —
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In combat sports, there is always a fine line between winning and losing. The simplest of mistakes can result in a loss, not to mention bodily harm. Every athlete is human, and thus capable of making a mistake. That goes for their coaches as well. ESPN asked several of the best trainers in mixed martial
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