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4 Kansas City Chiefs Only two NFL franchises had more wins in the 1990s, but a new decade has brought nothing but a deep sense of loss
Never before had he so craved solitude, and so it was that oneafternoon last February, Donnie Edwards found himself sittingalone on a bridge ...
In Praise of Men Who Swing from the Heels (And Transform Franchises While They're at It)
Lincecum and Cain and pray for rain? Not anymore. The Giants, the game's most surprising contender, have finally found an everyday star who can light up a clubhouse—as well as opposing pitchers—in Pablo Sandoval
A Cut Above
More than ever it seems no team can catch the Bulls. Is that good for the NBA?
Jerry Richardson quit the Baltimore Colts over a $250 raise in 1961, parlayed a hamburger stand into a fortune, and now could end up owning an NFL team
Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
Master Builder Jerry West - The Agony Of Victory
What would possess the man who assembled the championship Lakers to abandon L.A. and move to Memphis to run the toothless Grizzlies? The answer lies inside the head of sports' most talented and tortured executive
Michael Jordan vs. The World
As old rivals and young guns line up to duel with MJ, one thing is certain: It's going to be fun to watch
THE QUARTERBACK QUANDARY EVERYONE WANTS A 'FRANCHISE QB'--BUT THEY'RE HARD TO DRAFT, TOUGH TO TEACH AND EXPENSIVE TO KEEP
It is remembered as the Quarterback Draft of 1983, or, frequently, the Great Quarterback Draft of 1983. Never before had so many snap-takers been snapped up ...
A New Round of Star Wars?
By signing Heisman Trophy Winner Herschel Walker to an out-of-this-world contract, the U.S. Football League put a lot more kick into its debut this week