NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that potential discipline for Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is expected in the “near future,” with coach Jason Garrett saying the club is “aware something might happen here in the next couple of weeks.”
As Bruce Critchley prepares to celebrate 25 years of attending the Masters, the Sky Sports commentator reflects on what makes his annual trip to Augusta National truly special.
Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Wednesday that his team has no plans to trade Adrian Peterson and that he expects the star running back to honor his contract.
Kevin Pietersen rejoins Surrey for the 2015 season as he steps up his bid to earn an England recall.
Adam Jones is set to join Harlequins at the end of the 2014-15 season after one season with Cardiff Blues.
The FBI is investigating social media threats made against New York Islanders defenseman Nick Leddy.
Charley Hull is defending her maiden professional title at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco this week.
Andy Sullivan will have the Masters on his mind when he bids for his third European Tour victory of 2015 at this week’s Trophee Hassan II in Morocco.
Mesut Ozil has his sights set on world domination
He has been one of the most criticised players in the Premier League this season, but Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has vowed to defy his doubters by being crowned as the best player in the world.
Arsenal's £42.4m German midfielder has been hailed as a flop by many since his arrival from Real Madrid, but the 26-year-old has every confidence in his own ability and believes he can leap ahead of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in the list of the best players on the planet.
Speaking to German newspaper Bild, Ozil said: "If I continue to develop well and stay healthy, I would like, in the next few years, to hold the Ballon d'Or in my hands. I am convinced that it can happen.
"I am feeling very positive. I am a world champion and I play at a top club in the Premier League.
"There is much more of a physical test here than there is in Spain or in the Bundesliga – I constantly have bruises, but that makes me harder. I feel physically better than ever."
Ozil missed Arsenal's win at Newcastle on Saturday through illness before flying out to Germany ahead of international duty.
The midfielder was subsequently spotted in a Berlin nightclub, with Arsenal set to get the player's version of events when he returns ahead of the Premier League match with Liverpool on April 4.
Germany manager Joachim Low, however, played down the issue ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Australia.
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