For the NFL’s centenary, a historically hexed franchise and an agonizingly vexed fan base are eagerly anticipating a resurrection of Biblical proportions. Thanks to some bold moves and brash personalities, the league’s biggest losers of the last two decades—yes, the Cleveland Browns—are Super Bowl contenders.
Jimmy Garoppolo didn’t do much to assuage concerns in Monday night’s preseason game against the Broncos, going 1-of-6 for 0 yards and one interception. Sure, it’s meaningless football, but aren’t you still the slightest bit nervous about the 49ers QB?
MLS is one step closer to its 30-team goal after welcoming St. Louis to the league. There are presently two viable bids for the final two berths, but as the lengthy expansion process has shown, things can change quite quickly.
We all know about the best players at the top of the league, but they all have important pieces playing alongside them. The Crossover takes a look at six players who could make all the difference for title contenders.
Michael Avenatti might not be the most trusted voice, but all eyes will turn to him during a criminal case that centers on extortion and fraud. The Crossover digs into reasons why Avenatti's case could cause concern for the basketball world.
Lakers center DeMarcus Cousins suffered a torn ACL and will probably miss this upcoming season. The Crossover on what's next for the former All-Star, his new team and what Adam Silver should learn from this injury.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo struggled in his return from last season’s ACL injury posting a 0.0 passer rating. While it’s just one preseason start, the QB signed a five-year, $137 million deal with the 49ers before the injury. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell set the bar for the QB’s trajectory in 2019 and beyond.
As athletes continue to demand attention with their sartorial choices and superfly style, the editors of Sports Illustrated, in partnership with the CFDA, unveil the fourth annual Fashionable 50 list, honoring the world’s most stylish athletes.