From a ‘Duck’ car to a ride from mom: How Panthers arrived at camp

Jonathan Stewart arrived to Panthers training camp in style via his "Duck" car, painted to match the colors of the University of Oregon, his alma mater.  12:59 PM ET Jodie Valade SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- A couple of Panthers players carpooled to training camp, driving the easy 1.5 hours from Charlotte to Wofford College.

Police confirm WR Whitehead was misidentified

2:05 PM ET ESPN.com news services The Prince William County (Virginia) Police Department said in a statement Tuesday that a man charged with shoplifting on June 22 was not former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead, as they had originally indicated. Whitehead and his agent, David Rich, said Monday that it was a

McGregor: Mayweather will be ‘sparked unconscious’

11:09 AM ET NEW YORK -- UFC star Conor McGregor sauntered into the interview room at Barclays Center in Brooklyn to address the media following his half-hour verbal battle with Floyd Mayweather during their recently completed four-city, international media tour. Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las VegasWhen: Saturday, Aug. 26TV: Showtime PPV, 9 p.m.

Big bets keep coming for McGregor in Vegas

11:07 AM ET When the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight opened at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook on Feb. 16, Mayweather was a -2500 favorite and McGregor a +1100 underdog. A lot has changed since then. Betting odds for Conor McGregor continue to improve thanks to sizable wagers rolling in on the Irishman for

53-man roster projections, camp previews for all 32 NFL teams

7:24 AM ET ESPN.com staff As training camps get cranked up across the league, NFL Nation reporters preview what to expect from every team and offer their preliminary 53-man roster projections. Who's on the bubble? Which rookie could surprise? Where are the biggest strengths and weaknesses? Click the links after each team for

For Pirates and Royals, dealing current stars for future value isn’t simple

7:28 AM ET If there are two fans bases that might be most appreciative of the other's respective plight, it is likely those of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Kansas City Royals. The Pirates franchise was already 87 years old when the Royals joined the American League in 1969, so the parallels only