Live: Redskins @ Eagles
The Eagles are riding high on the back of four straight wins as they welcome the Redskins to Philadelphia for an NFC East showdown. Follow the live action here!
A perfect deep ball from Carson Wentz pulled in by rookie WR Mack Hollins for a 64-yard TD, finished off with the Eagles baseball celebration in the end zone. They got the long ball going.
Everton didn't click so Koeman had to go
Everton had their biggest-ever summer of spending but Ronald Koeman just couldn't put it together. As a result, he had to go, writes Iain Macintosh.
Robson: Koeman lost the players.
Stewart Robson says Everton were right to part with Ronald Koeman after the team showed no signs of improvement.
Five reasons why Koeman failed
Ronald Koeman always dreamed of returning to Barcelona, but in the meantime he was leading Everton into the bottom three. Here's why he had to go.
'You're so focused on the fight, it's like a dream'
"You can't take in the fun aspect of the fight - I'm just in my own world, my own zone." Joe Calzaghe talks to ESPN about Cardiff, the calmness of Abercarn, that fight against Mikkel Kessler and what lies in store for Anthony Joshua on Saturday.
Calzaghe reflects on his career defining fight.
Visiting the Calzaghe gym in Newport, Joe reflected on his match up against Mikkel Kessler and what it was like to fight in the Millennium Stadium.
Britain's heavyweight knockouts and drop-outs
From Cooper-Ali to Joshua-Takam -- the knockouts and drop-outs of Britain's heavyweight lineage.
EXCLUSIVE: Kalou explains decision to take a knee.
Hertha BSC and Ivory Coast's Salomon Kalou talks to ESPN FC about protesting against racism.
Kalou on kneeling: 'Racism is like terrorism'
Salomon Kalou has told ESPN FC that Hertha Berlin took a knee to "protest against people who think there is a kind of white supremacy."
Are Spurs City's closest title rivals?
ESPN's Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss who City's closest title rivals are ahead of Tottenham's match with Manchester United.
Chelsea are flawed, but implosion unlikely
Chelsea have a habit of imploding the year after a title. While this Blues team may be flawed, a repeat of Jose Mourinho's doomed 15-16 is unlikely.
Scapegoat Lovren is just one Liverpool issue
"Liverpool have not improved defensively under Klopp. If anything, they have regressed." Sunday's display at Wembley made that abundantly clear.
Lewis aims to make Seb's life a 'misery for years'
U.S. Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton says he is determined to inflict years of misery on Formula One rivals Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari.
Social story of the US Grand Prix.
Check out all of the reaction on social media from the US Grand Prix in Austin.
Hamilton closes in on fourth world championship
Lewis Hamilton was made to work for his victory at the U.S. Grand Prix in an absorbing contest which saw him forced to catch and pass Sebastian Vettel in the early stages of the race.
Kupp says he looks forward to playing in London.
Cooper Kupp says playing in London felt like being in training camp and wouldn't mind playing there again.
Why the 'Madden view' won't take over NFL broadcasts ... yet
The use of SkyCam during the Patriots-Falcons telecast earned near-universal viewer approval. But there are reasons why it's not used every week.
Reasons for hope for every NFL team
It was an ugly Week 7: The Cardinals lost Carson Palmer; the Browns lost Joe Thomas; and the Broncos and Colts lost their 20-plus-year shutout streaks. But don't fret about this season just yet.
NFL players who protested during national anthem in Week 7
Several players have continued to protest before games after Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the anthem in 2016. Here's the list for Week 7,
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
It was an enthralling opening weekend of European action but who really caught the eye, who had a game to forget, and what will we all be talking about ahead of the next round of fixtures?
Who has made the most Test hundreds at a single venue?
Also: the highest ODI innings totals without individual hundreds, and the Indian who played all ten of his Tests against England
Blackwell steers Australia home in close chase
Alex Blackwell and Ashleigh Gardner combined forces to deliver Australia a victory over England in an absorbing opening to the women's Ashes duel in Brisbane.
'Hope Stokes, Hales incident doesn't make England reclusive.'
Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan exclusively spoke to ESPN and revealed his advice to current skipper Joe Root for a successful series in Australia.
LeBron says Wade is in a good place.
LeBron James weighs in on Dwyane Wade's transition to coming off the bench.
Cavaliers shuffling D-Wade into bench role
At Dwyane Wade's request, the Cavaliers will return J.R. Smith to the starting lineup and use the 12-time All-Star with the second unit.
Curry: Suspension not necessary over ejection
While Stephen Curry awaits word from the NBA on discipline over his ejection on Saturday against the Grizzlies, he said a suspension isn't needed and that he hopes to play with the Warriors on Monday against the Mavericks.
Wozniacki thrashes Svitolina in Singapore.
Caroline Wozniacki made a commanding start to her 2017 BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore campaign, dropping just two games in her win against Elina Svitolina.
Vienna Open: Zverev made to work for win
Alexander Zverev began his pursuit of a sixth title this year in Vienna with a hard-fought victory over victory against Viktor Troicki.
Swiss Indoors: Bautista Agut wins comfortably
Tournament sixth seed Roberto Bautista Agut dispatched of world No.88 Mikhail Kukushkin in impressive style, winning the first set 6-0 before claiming in the second 6-3.
Chris Long and 'The Waterboys.'
Eagles defensive end Chris Long took a life-changing trip to Tanzania in 2013. During his time in East Africa, his eyes were opened to the global water crisis. As a result, Chris founded "The Waterboys" to help bring clean water to Tanzania.
Unknown local wins Venice Marathon.
Italian Eyob Faniel won the Venice Marathon after a bizarre incident in which the leading six runners took a wrong turn.
WATCH: Keeper celebrates penalty miss too early
A goalkeeper thought his job was done after a penalty-kick taker hit the crossbar, but soon realized he was mistaken.
Cloud9 receives $25 million in funding from WWE, Hunter Pence, others
The longtime esports organization followed up a round of seed funding earlier in 2017 with a new round of investments from notable parties in sports, media and entertainment.
De Bruyne: City, United will fight out title
Kevin De Bruyne has told ESPN FC the Premier League title race could be heading for a showdown between Manchester City and Manchester United.
EXCLUSIVE: De Bruyne motivated by team honours.
Kevin De Bruyne says his main motivation is winning trophies with Manchester City rather than personal accolades, stating "I can't win titles on my own."
Puig's fall and rise.
Yasiel Puig has had an up-and-down two years. After his struggles in 2016 led to a minor-league demotion, he has stepped up in 2017, including a red-hot postseason.
Whom should you root for in the World Series? We have some ideas
From stars Clayton Kershaw and Jose Altuve to former castaways Evan Gattis and Rich Hill, there's no shortage of great stories in this Fall Classic.
Dodgers' dream season could turn into a nightmare against the Astros
L.A.'s pitching has been historically good, but Houston's lineup might be even better. Are the Dodgers in trouble now that they have to face such a prolific offense?
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Paul Pogba says Manchester United can win the Premier League this season -- and have no reason to fear anyone.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells ESPN FC why he is staying at Manchester United -- to win the Premier League.
Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.