Belichick addresses Hernandez issue, Patriots “move forward”

Bill Belichick did what he needed to do Wednesday. He was sincere and sympathetic. He elaborated (as much as Belichick does) on the Aaron Hernandez situation. A very serious, very heartfelt 22-minute

Tracking three Bridgeport JuCos on their paths out of the city

Jerome Parkins, Jamill Powell and Corey Baldwin were tops in the city not too long ago. But they all went the route of JuCo because none had the grades for a four-year school. In Sunday’s Connecticut

Matt Harvey interviews fans about Matt Harvey

Well, this is ridiculous. Matt Harvey, the NL’s starting pitcher in the 2013 All-Star game, spent Monday morning interviewing fans about himself for a piece on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The fans,

WNBA may soon be Griner’s league, but Saturday was all Taurasi

In 2012, the WNBA averaged just 7,457 fans per game, the lowest since its inception in 1997. The 2013 draft produced three franchise (potentially game-changing) players and personalities: Skylar

Latest Developments in Hernandez Case

The day after Aaron Hernandez was charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd, reports have surfaced that the former Patriots tight end may be under investigation for a double-homicide in 2012. Here’s a

The Duffle Bag: June 24

As I write this, Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez hasn’t been charged with a crime, although multiple media outlets have reported that an arrest warrant has been prepared on obstruction of justice

Jason Kidd’s quest to become Nets coach

Less than a week after Jason Kidd announced his retirement, news surfaced of his interest in becoming the next Brooklyn Nets coach. Reports Sunday night said things like Kidd planned on “pitching

Two eras collide at Citi Field, Mets get best of Rivera

Entering a perfect 18-for-18 in save opportunities, Mariano Rivera was rocked in three at-bats Tuesday night. Trailing just 1-0 thanks to another brilliant Matt Harvey performance, the Mets scored