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    For months, the hospitalization and medical issues of Buffalo Bills and Sabres co-owner Kim Pegula were shrouded in mystery, the family saying only that she experienced "unexpected health issues" last June.

    On Tuesday, Jessica Pegula, the world's fourth-ranked women's tennis player and daughter of Kim and Terry Pegula, revealed that her mother suffered cardiac arrest and is still recovering.

    Maybe no moment in ESPN Films’ 30 for 30 documentary “Baltimore Bullies,” which aired Sunday night, captured the 2000 Super Season more than coach Brian Billick holding up the Sports Illustrated cover declaring the Tennessee Titans the best team in the NFL. “Maybe they are, but just not today,” Billick said to his players as they yelled, screamed and celebrated a 24-23 upset win over the host ...

    Lane Johnson stands in the middle of his “Bro Barn,” hooked up to an ARPWave machine like some modern-day Bionic Man, except wires are attached to pads around his core rather than his upper body. “I feel like I have a lightning bolt going through my hips,” Johnson says, explaining the sensation. The Eagles tackle is three days removed from playing through a torn groin tendon for a second ...

    Nick Sirianni answered questions about Rocky, Santa Claus and even which of his players on the Philadelphia Eagles he’d want to date his 5-year-old daughter when she grows up. Welcome to Super Bowl opening night where football talk gives way to the wacky. The circus atmosphere that kicks off the NFL’s biggest week has returned for the first time since 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic forced teams to meet the media on video conferences the past two seasons. Sirianni and the Eagles took the stage first at the home of the Phoenix Suns. “Fly, Eagles, Fly” chants greeted players and coaches before they spent an hour answering wide-ranging questions from more than 2,000 media members.

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    Nick Sirianni answered questions about Rocky, Santa Claus and even which of his players on the Philadelphia Eagles he’d want to date his 5-year-old daughter when she grows up. Welcome to Super Bowl opening night where football talk gives way to the wacky.

    Sean Payton is returning to the sideline after a year in the broadcast studio. The Super Bowl-winning head coach of the New Orleans Saints will work one more week for Fox Sports as an analyst at the Super Bowl before diving into his new job as head coach of the Denver Broncos. Payton is bringing an old-school way of running things to Denver and that's going to mean some changes for Russell Wilson.

    Sean Payton is returning to the sideline after a year in the broadcast studio. The Super Bowl-winning head coach of the New Orleans Saints will work one more week for Fox Sports as an analyst at the Super Bowl before diving into his new job as head coach of the Denver Broncos. Payton is bringing an old-school way of running things to Denver and that's going to mean some changes for Russell Wilson.

    Mike Pereira knows the pressure Carl Cheffers and his officiating crew will be under during Super Bowl 57 between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. As the NFL’s vice president of officiating in 2008, Pereira promoted Cheffers from side judge to referee. After 14 years with the league, Pereira retired and joined Fox in 2010 as a rules analyst.

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