The annual ESPY Awards shows in Los Angeles is a chance for athletes and celebrities to flash their fashion. Here is a rundown that includes Rachel McAdams, Aaron Rodgers, Halle Berry, Derek Jeter and the U.S. women's soccer team:
Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will be featured on the official cover of the Madden NFL 16 video game. But if you're wondering how your favorite player might look if he had been selected, perhaps you could make a request to Matt Steller, a freelance graphic artist who has developed a speciality in creating custom Madden covers.
Here's a look at covers representing at 32 NFL teams. Without revealing too much, quarterbacks account for half of these covers. And there is one selection of a defensive player that has since retired, but given that Steller had 32 players to produce, perhaps that was one of his earlier projects.
By Katie Rosenbrock
Equal parts terrifying and exhilarating, sharks have long been some of the most intriguing creatures to cruise the deep, blue sea -- so much so that on TV, we've dedicated an entire week to every frightening and fascinating aspect of this fish for 28 years.
Of course, even more exciting than seeing these sharp-toothed ocean predators on the tube, is the chance to witness their captivating beauty up-close, in real life.
Some divers (typically those who are more experienced) are brave enough to literally "swim with the sharks," meaning they do so freely without the protection of a cage.
However, if you're curious but not quite ready to get that friendly with these large sea creatures, a cage dive will likely better suit your appetite for a shark-viewing adventure.
From South Africa to Las Vegas (yes, you can see sharks in the middle of the desert), the following destinations are some of the world’s most spectacular places for a face-to-face, but cage-protected view of these truly fascinating fish.
The seventh annual edition of ESPN The Magazine's "Body Issue" has been released, and it has six different versions of the cover. The athletes featured on those covers are Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin, Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, heptathlete Chantae McMillan, hammer thrower Amanda Bingson and Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper. Here are their respective cover shots:
In recent years, some of the biggest sports headlines generated on the Fourth of July have been about the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. But there have been plenty of memorable moments outside the realm of competitive eating while America celebrates its independence, including Lou Gehrig's famous "Luckiest Man" speech:
Even as the FIFA scandal continues to unfold, plans for a feature film about it are underway. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have been pegged as producers for the story that centers around Chuck Blazer, the American soccer executive who secretly helped build the case by working with federal investigators. Blazer entered a guilty plea for his part in the corruption case and decided to play ball by going undercover.
There were plenty of FIFA officials who allegedly got rich from these schemes, and although Sepp Blatter wasn't indicted, the group's president remains in the eyes of the public as the biggest villain. Having a memorable villain is one of the keys to box-office success, so here are some suggestions for actors who could handle the Blatter role: