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Past articles by Tyler:

Masters then and now: What golf's biggest stars looked like when their careers started

The world's best golfers have changed right before our eyes, and some are almost unrecognizable. → Read More

A 35-year-old former NFL defensive lineman, Chris Baker, says he almost died from a stroke

Former NFL defensive tackle Chris Baker shared that he suffered a stroke earlier this week in an Instagram post. → Read More

Cam Smith chases down Rory McIlroy with blistering back 9 to win Open Championship

Cam Smith erased a four-stroke deficit with a stretch of five birdies in a row, snatching the first major win of his career. → Read More

The Russian billionaire who owns Chelsea FC announces he will sell the club as sanctions target oligarchs

The stunning announcement from one of England's top clubs rocked the football world. Abramovich has owned the team since 2003. → Read More

Fans of Spanish football club threw thousands of toys onto the field during halftime to make sure kids in need had a gift at Christmas

Real Betis fans sent thousands of stuffed animals flying in a charitable effort to ensure no child is left without a present. → Read More

Trump's golf buddy Tom Brady jokes about people not accepting Biden's 2020 win at White House ceremony

"Not a lot of people, you know, think we could've won, and, in fact, I think about 40% of the people still don't think we won," Brady said. → Read More

Here's how steeplechase — the wackiest event in track and field — came to get its name and water jumps

Casual Olympic track and field fans may wonder why there is a middle-distance event called the steeplechase that features barriers and a water pit. Here's why! → Read More

Tiger Woods congratulates Hideki Matsuyama on Masters win, says it 'will impact the entire golf world'

Tiger knows what it is like to change the sport. → Read More

Hideki Matsuyama survived a splash and a late charge to become first Japanese player to win the Masters

Hideki Matsuyama was in total control at Augusta National on Sunday, and the one swing that got away from him was quickly recovered. → Read More

Food and beer at the Masters is incredibly cheap

Look at the incredibly cheap beer and food prices at Augusta National for the Masters. → Read More

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The 2008 UCLA Bruins, one of the most stacked teams in college basketball history

Russell Westbrook and the 2008 UCLA Bruins made it to the Final Four before falling to Memphis, but that was only the beginning of the story. → Read More

Michael Jordan is starting a NASCAR team and his first driver is Bubba Wallace

Michael Jordan is teaming up with driver Denny Hamlin to start a NASCAR team, and putting Bubba Wallace behind the wheel. → Read More

Bubba Wallace is changing NASCAR and becoming the sport's biggest star in the process

Bubba Wallace, NASCAR's only Black driver, is one of the organization's biggest up-and-coming stars. → Read More

LeBron James group lands deal to turn Dodger Stadium into a polling place for presidential election

LeBron James thanked Dodgers pitcher David Price for his help in the More Than A Vote group's latest initiative. → Read More

15 women accuse top Washington Redskins executives of sexual harassment in bombshell report

The Washington Post detailed a disturbing culture of sexual harassment and verbal abuse towards women in a new report on the Washington Redskins. → Read More

LeBron James, who owns part of Liverpool, celebrated the club's first Premier League title on Twitter

LeBron James owns a 2% stake in Liverpool FC, and on Thursday, celebrated as the team won its first Premier League title. → Read More

Former NFL star Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson says he is going to give away $245,000 in 'stimulus checks' since Trump won't

"I'm giving out stimulus checks July 1st if you have cash app since Trump want to keep playing games," Johnson wrote. → Read More

The NFL changed its stance on player protests, but the true test will come from Trump in the fall

Roger Goodell and President Trump are likely moving towards a pretty tense confrontation in September. → Read More

Charles Barkley says he learned a valuable lesson about taxes when Bill Russell gave him a lecture out of the blue

Charles Barkley says Bill Russell once called him up and gave him a stern talking-to after he had been complaining about his high tax rate. → Read More

Tom Brady was busted trying to work out in a closed park, according to Tampa mayor Jane Castor

Tom Brady was just looking for a place to get a quick workout in, but was busted by the Tampa Bay parks and recreation department. → Read More