Showing 1 - 10 of 12 Stories for Lee Jenkins
Do you believe in miracles? The '69 Mets certainly do—and when they look at the upstart Rays, they see plenty of parallels with their own remarkable run. Will it happen again?
An electrocharged edge rusher who drives a hybrid and hikes mountains just to throw up? As the Redskins found out, Patrick Kerney is Seattle's most unconventional weapon
Chris Paul was yesterday's point guard, passed by newer models such as Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook, knee surgery robbing him of ...
Ravaged by the mortgage crisis, a team and a town try to lift each other's spirits
With a twist of the knee, Dennis Dixon's Heisman Trophy and national title hopes vanished. Now, after five months of high-tech rehab, the Oregon QB is holding tight to his NFL dreams
The Case for ... No NFL in L.A.
OH, NO, here they come, another busload of unwanted transplants with big dreams and limited talents to pollute our airways and hurt our eyes.
2 Minnesota VIKINGS
Brett Favre adds a new dimension to the offense—it's called a passing game—and juices the postseason prospects
Road to Redemption
All but out of it a month ago, the Chargers forged past the Colts and on to a divisional-round matchup with mighty Pittsburgh
L.A. X Factor
The Lakers' fortunes hinge on the play of forward Ron Artest, a prospect that has the city both thrilled and terrified Ron Artest caught the ...