Let’s face it. The National Football League fumbled 2014.
Bill Lankhof, Toronto Sun
Elder statesman of the sports department, having joined the Sun as a copy editor in November, 1976. Covered Jays including World Series years '92 and '93 . Injects a dose of humour into his columns, features. Lives in Pontypool, which is also funny.
For the Canadian Football League, the Toronto Argonauts are an anomaly; existing as a cornerstone franchise, and, as its albatross.
Eugenie Bouchard's run at Wimbledon stopped short of winning a championship.
Football players and coaches are always talking about execution, execution and execution.
The Washington Redskins got some short-term gain with their decision to play Robert Griffin III, but it may end up costing the quarterback some long-term pain.
They love me; they love me not. So it is for Kevin Glenn, one of the most enigmatic, baffling quarterbacks to ever don a CFL crest.
Neither Henry Burris nor Kevin Glenn will put this game in their personal scrapbooks.
The Argonauts may not yet be able to beat the Grey Cup champions but they proved last night they belong on the same field.
The day started with Riders Nation booing Andy Fantuz and the Ticats; it ended with them turning on their own as Hamilton stormed back with a 35-34 win in Regina.
Bob Elliott took his place in major league baseball’s Hall of Fame on Saturday.
A ball, a bat and Bob Elliott. They go together like peanuts and cracker jacks; like Harry Caray and a seventh inning stretch; like life and breath.
As far as masterpieces go, this one was more fridge art than Van Gogh.
Henderson Alvarez tossed six-plus solid innings and the Toronto Blue Jays downed the Seattle Mariners, 7-2, in the finale of a three-game set at Rogers Centre
The baseball gods giveth ... and, they taketh.
The good news for Travis Snider is that an MRI on his wrist has come back negative — no serious damage.
The Baltimore Orioles came to town Friday night. It created barely a ripple.
It is the monster that ate New York.
Quarterback Tim Tebow is coming to the New York Jets, the NFL team said on Wednesday after agreeing in principle on a trade with the Denver Broncos.
New Orleans Saints’ Super Bowl winning head coach Sean Payton has been suspended for a year without pay by the National Football League after an investigation into ’bounty’ schemes which rewarded players for hurting opponents.