The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
Hurd had signed with the Patriots just one week ago.
"I look forward to answering this question many more times for the next 6-8 months. From the golf course with a drink in my hand. It will still be a no."
Lorenzo Cain will officially retire as a member of the Kansas City Royals at a ceremony for him later this summer.
NFL players present and past from Patrick Mahomes to J.J. Watt weighed in on Brady's retirement announcement.
Walker was once named to the Pro Bowl in three consecutive seasons with the Tennessee Titans.
After just two weeks with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cole Beasley has decided to step away from football for good.
From his run with UCF through the 2017 NFL playoffs to the many The Good Place references to him, there's lots to remember about Bortles.
Former Norris Trophy winners Zdeno Chára and PK Subban, as well as NHL iron man record holder Keith Yandle, all announced their retirements Tuesday.
Federer, 41, has won 103 career ATP titles and 20 Grand Slam men's singles titles.
Alonso just signed with the New Orleans Saints on Friday, but he ultimately decided to call it quits just a day later.
On Saturday, Robbie Anderson tweeted "Ain’t gone lie Thinking bout Retiring." On Sunday, he deleted that tweet.
Fordham head coach Kyle Neptune, a long-time former Wright assistant, is taking over at Villanova.
Martell is ending his football career to focus on an unspecified business venture.