When will the Packers retire No. 4?
Brett Favre holds numerous league and franchise records. He led the Packers to their first Super Bowl win since 1967. But yet, the team hasn't honored his accomplishments by retiring his jersey. Current Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers hopes it will take place before Favre is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But will No. 4 hang in the upper decks of Lambeau Field anytime soon? Who is most to blame for the dissension?
Chuck Norris supports Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow may have his detractors (and a dearth of available quarterbacking jobs), but one of his true believers might trump all the rest. Actor Chuck Norris gave Tebow his support in a column this week, urging the Jacksonville Jaguars to sign the nomad quarterback. As celebrity endorsements go, it's tough to trump somone who spawned one of the oldest and most pervasive internet memes, but will anyone listen?
The Phillies seemed to be letting their age finally catch up with them, but a 7-3 record in their last 10 games might be giving fans pause. Cliff Lee capped off their excellent run Wednesday with a three-hit shutout, and though it was agains the hapless Marlins, SweetSpot's David Schoenfield is seeing reasons for Philadelphia to be buyers at the trade deadline. They're just below .500, but even a single cold streak from one of the teams ahead of them could make them contenders for a wild-card spot -- or, wonder of wonders, the top spot in the fragile National League East.
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Despite a weak offense and a near-unfathomable 1-7 start from Cole Hamels, the Phillies have managed to keep treading water. If their bats wake up, they could be quite dangerous.
Should RG III run less?
In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Robert Griffin III's father said the Redskins need to devise an offensive game plan in which RG III throws more and runs less. Do you agree? Do you expect the Redskins' QB to be back by Week 1? Vote now!
LeBron James hits Game 1 winner
LeBron James did it again -- this time, putting up a triple-double before hitting a game-winning layup in overtime of Game 1. Strangely enough, Pacers coach Frank Vogel kept Roy Hibbert, his best defender, on the bench in the final seconds, leaving only an overmatched Paul George to guard LeBron. Would the outcome of this game have been different if Hibbert was left in?
Kimbrel won the 2012 NL Rolaids Relief Man Award.
Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, Atlanta Braves relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel stops by to chat about the baseball season.
Kimbrel, @kimbrel46, has led the National League in saves the last two seasons. He set a rookie single season saves record in 2011 with 46, en route to the Rookie of the Year. He was the first pitcher to lead the league in saves in his first two years since Rawly Eastwick in 1975-76.
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LeBron James drove to the basket and made a layup at the buzzer to give the Heat a 103-102 win over the Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. NBA players immediately took to Twitter to react to James' basket and the Pacers' decision to keep rim-protector Roy Hibbert on the bench for the final play.
Right when Bron saw them take Hibbert out everybody in the arena knew he was going straight to the rim.— Kendall Marshall (@KButter5) May 23, 2013
Wow.Lebron— Mike Conley (@mconley11) May 23, 2013
How did he get a wide open layup? Lol. Great play call or TURRIBLE defense? Both? Lol— Anthony Tolliver (@ATolliver44) May 23, 2013
Remember when bron wasn't clutch? Can't say that anymore #NBAplayoffs— Patrick Ewing Jr (@pewingjr6) May 23, 2013
Lebron, triple double with 30pts!What a game!!— Kris Humphries (@KrisHumphries) May 23, 2013
Got to have big fella in there with 2.2 seconds left. "Shot blocking"! got to love the NBA playoffs because its filled with excitement!— Jermaine O'Neal (@jermaineoneal) May 23, 2013
Paul george and sam young let him go in for a layup like its the 1st quarter #foulhim— chuck hayes (@c_hayes44) May 23, 2013
And that's why he is the best in the game.— Austin Rivers (@AustinRivers25) May 23, 2013AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin
Michael Crabtree tears Achilles
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree recently had surgery for a torn Achilles suffered in practice and is expected to miss at least six months. This could dramatically alter the outlook of the 49ers-Seahawks rivalry in the NFC West and dampen the Niners' Super Bowl hopes. What does this mean for San Francisco, who needs to step up, and will we see a speedy recovery with Crabtree catching passes before the season is over?
Mike Krzyzewski turned Team USA men's basketball around after a disappointing bronze medal finish in the 2004 games -- now, he's reportedly decided to remain on the team for the 2016 games, despite saying he planned on ending his international career after winning gold in 2012. Can you name every man to coach the team since 1984? Take our quiz now!More games from ESPN Arcade »Kirby Lee/US Presswire
Schedule changes for the NFL?
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league is still interested in cutting two preseason games and replacing them by expanding the regular season to 18 games or expanding the postseason. Does the NFL need to trim its preseason slate? Is adding more regular-season games or playoff games a better alternative? Vote below!