Of all the conflicts between the U.S. and Russia, you'd probably never expect this, but it's an great one. Apparently, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft gave Vladimir Putin a Super Bowl ring back in 2005 -- but it wasn't necessarily for keeps. Or was it?
Here are a few iconic images captured at the 113th U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club.
Full Segment: Jacob talks to HuffPost Sports columnist Jordan Schultz about today's top sports stories including the tragedy at NASCAR and the passing of star Jason Leffler, Goodell's defense of the Redskins' name and the lauded return of "Tebowie."
In an effort to push for a 2018 Super Bowl Bid, Indianapolis is looking back at what they did to get the Super Bowl there the first time. Many cities have replicated what Indianapolis did, including New York and New Orleans. Indianapolis wants to have a bigger and better block ...
With the most championship wins in NBA history and a spot in the Basketball Hall of Fame, it's safe to say that retired coach Phil Jackson knows basketball. From his early days as an NBA player to his decades-long career as a coach, Jackson understands the ins and outs of ...
Eric Goldschein, Jay Murphy, Randy Clemens and Ben join Marc to debate whether or not Tim Tebow going to the Patriots is just a publicity stunt.
Former Jets QB Tim Tebow signed with the Patriots on Tuesday and joined the team's minicamp this week. After many disappointments, Tebow had supposedly given up on an NFL career. Could the Patriots uncover Tebow's saving grace?
The New England Patriots signed Tim Tebow on Tuesday, the team announced. Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but league sources said that Tebow signed a two-year contract that includes no guaranteed money. HuffPost Sports Columnist Jordan Schultz joins Abby on-set to discuss.
Even though he has his gaze set on his future with the San Diego Chargers, Manti Te’o has taken a backward glance – but only one – at Notre Dame’s 42-14 loss to Alabama in the national championship game. “Honestly, I’ve only gone back [and watched it] once,” Te’o said ...
Tim Tebow is going to one of the NFL’s premiere franchises, an intriguing destination for one of the league’s most entertaining and distracting stories. Sports columnist Jason Gay joins MoneyBeat.