Black History Month 2015 begins today, February 1. Learn about the origins of the month that celebrates African-American contributions to American culture here.
Reality TV star Bruce Jenner, a one-time Olympic athlete, is currently transitioning to womanhood, sources confirmed to People Magazine this week.
Another tragedy has hit the Houston family.
Vince Wilfork has done everything, from winning a Super Bowl to saving a life. Here’s what you need to know about him.
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Langston Hughes’ 113th birthday and his poem “I Dream a World.” It also marks the beginning of Black History Month 2015.
Novak Djokovic overcame a thumb injury and an up-and-down first set Sunday, beating Andy Murray to win his fifth Australian Open title.
Jimmy Garoppolo is watching the biggest game of his career from the sidelines — but he might not be there much longer. Here’s what you need to know about him.
Once the youngest head coach in the NFL, Josh McDaniels now runs one of the most potent offenses in the NFL as the Patriots. Get more on McDaniels here.
Darrell Bevell was a quarterback at Wisconsin and now he has one in Russell Wilson running his Seahawks’ offense. Get more on Bevell here.
Coming from an athletic family, Chandler Jones has been a pass rushing threat in his 3 seasons with the Patriots. Learn more about him here.
As entertaining off the field as he is ferocious on it, Rob Gronkowski putting together a Hall of Fame career as the New England Patriots. Get more on Gronk here.
Injuries and roster cuts kept Rob Ninkovich off the field early in his career, but he’s been a mainstay in the Patriots’ lineup for 6 seasons. Learn more about Ninkovich here.
With a degree in aeronautical engineering on his resume, Matt Patricia has been running the Patriots’ defense for 3 seasons. Learn more about Patricia here.
The determined Patriots running back went from a zero to a hero and back to a zero in 2014. The former practice squad scrub is hoping to dress and play well in the Super Bowl.
Brandon LaFell has become one of Tom Brady’s most reliable receivers. The two look to continue their success in Super Bowl XLIX.
Brandon Browner has gone from the Canadian Football League to the Super Bowl. He’ll suit up Sunday for the Patriots after playing last season with the Seattle Seahawks.