Tom Brady says he'll be ready to play in the New England Patriots season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs.
It's official. Chad Pennington is the Miami Dolphins' starting quarterback.
Kentucky horse racing regulators have approved a major ban on anabolic steroids that could outlaw the drugs for next year's Kentucky Derby and other races in the state.
Miami has suspended seven players for the season opener against Charleston Southern, including quarterback Robert Marve.
Bryan Clay has won the decathlon at the Beijing Games, the first American man to win the 10-discipline event at the Olympics since 1996.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and NFL Players Association executive director Gene Upshaw has died at age 63.
The defending champion United States has won the gold medal in women's soccer for the third time in four Olympics, beating Brazil 1-0 in overtime Thursday.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson ended his holdout Wednesday while his agent continues negotiations for a new contract.
Cardinals pitcher Kyle Lohse was suspended five games Wednesday for throwing a fastball past the head of Cincinnati pitcher Edinson Volquez last weekend.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica broke the world record by winning the 200 meters in 19.30 seconds Wednesday night, becoming the first man since Carl Lewis in 1984 to sweep the 100 and 200 gold medals at an Olympics.
Clay Bennett's ownership group has reached a final settlement with the city of Seattle allowing the former SuperSonics franchise to move to Oklahoma City.
Greg Maddux is back in Los Angeles for another stretch drive.
NASCAR will wait another day before issuing penalties against Joe Gibbs Racing's Nationwide Series teams, who were caught trying to cheat during a postrace test last weekend.
New Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean has signed a 10-year deal worth $23.6 million.