• The Canadian Press

    Jets take notice of Hardman's plea to Chiefs during the season to 'come get me'

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jets general manager Joe Douglas says the team took notice of Super Bowl star Mecole Hardman saying on a podcast he told the Kansas City Chiefs to “come get me” while he was disgruntled in New York earlier this season. “I’ll just say those comments definitely resonated with us,” Douglas told reporters Wednesday at the NFL combine. The wide receiver, who spent his first four NFL seasons with the Chiefs, signed with the Jets last March as a free agent. He struggled to find a ro

  • The Canadian Press

    T'Vondre Sweat leads group of NFL's big-guy prospects hoping to prove they're worth the weight

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Defensive tackle T'Vondre Sweat might have been the biggest guy on Texas' campus the past five seasons. It may be a fitting title for the NFL next season, too. After extra medical checks caused a nearly four-hour delay in his scheduled appearance at the league's annual scouting combine, the 6-foot-4, 365-pound former Texas star brushed aside any lingering concerns, stood at the podium and made sure it was worth the wait. “I’m just a big guy,” he said. “You know, a lot of peop

  • The Canadian Press

    Canada's Morales Williams denied world record in indoor 400 due to technicality

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Canadian sprinter Christopher Morales Williams is the all-time fastest runner in the indoor men's 400 metres — but not an official world record-holder in the distance — due to a technicality beyond his control. The 19-year-old University of Georgia sophomore ran a time of 44.49 seconds at the Randal Tyson Track Center on Saturday to win the NCAA Southeastern Conference (SEC) indoor championships. However, the performance can't be submitted to World Athletics for world-record

  • Yahoo Sports

    2024 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix: Schedule, TV channels, how to stream, track details, best bets, weather and more

    Teams have unveiled their liveries, Drive to Survive has hit Netflix and Red Bull is looking strong, all of which signal one thing: Formula 1 opens its 2024 season this weekend with the Bahrain Grand Prix.