On Monday, Jeremy Guthrie shook the sneaker collecting world when he “formally” announced his retirement as an active sneakerhead.
Kevin Hart may have won his fourth MVP Award for the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game but it will likely be his last one.
This Monday may be known as “Black Monday” due to the amount of NFL jobs that are annually lost on the first Monday after the season’s end but this year’s Black Monday may be the darkest of them all.
Three weeks ago, Champ Bailey announced that he would be retiring from the NFL after a long and fruitful career terrorizing NFL passers and receivers. The twelve time Pro Bowler and five time All-Pro spent the 10 seasons with the Denver Broncos. His previous five years in the league were spent in Washington. He had
Steve Smith, who upon being released by the Carolina Panthers, promised that there would be “blood and guts everywhere” if he saw them on the field again, has stated that he will retire as a member of the Panther organization when he decides to hang up his cleats. However, because the chip on Smith’s shoulder
Some athletes simply don’t share when they’re going to retire before they have to. Some athletes (think Derek Jeter) announce their retirements in advance. As for Tom Brady, he’s not giving a specific retirement date but he gave people his general thought-process on when he’ll retire during his weekly appearance on WEEI’s Dennis & Callahan
Here’s a story that’s been bouncing around the rumor mill all summer, and now it’s official: longtime NBA referee Dick Bavetta has decided to call it quits, hanging up his whistle after 39 years and 2,635 consecutive regular season games. Bavetta, whose NBA career began on December 2, 1975, also officiated 270 playoff games and
Yeah, I know, this video is a month old, but it’s been making the rounds on the Internets lately, so — for those who missed it — I figured I’d share it. Also, consider it a nice respite from all the free agency talk. Over the last couple of years, NBA TV’s brilliant and insightful
Like so many great athletes before him, David Beckham is finding it hard to stay away from the profession which launched him to stardom around the world. Yes, Beckham has the itch to make a comeback to soccer. No, he hasn’t scratched that itch yet: That’s right, the internationally renowned athlete is considering a comeback to
This is the only time I have ever wanted Instagram videos to not have a limit on length. Allen Iverson was just a bad man with that crossover. The videos are in honor of A.I.’s jersey being retired in Philly this weekend. And a few more just because… [Bleacher Report]
David Beckham’s career began in Manchester United in 1992 where he became a fan favorite at Old Trafford for his insanely accurate and bendy boot on free kicks. Beckham had stints elsewhere including powerhouse Real Madrid and even in the States with the LA Galaxy. Beckham finished his career out on top as he just
It was was Shaq’s big night yesterday, when the Lakers honored his retirement by hanging his jersey in the rafters among a few of the greatest players to ever don the purple and gold uniform. As you might have noticed in the photo above, Shaq is the first to have the new Lakers jersey retired,