Nine NFL Teams That Still Need A Long-Term Plan At QuarterbackWith an unreliable starter or an aging legend nearing the end of his run, some NFL teams have a cloudy quarterback picture.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: NBA Conference Finals Heating UpWith NBA conference finals getting interesting and plenty of MLB action, SportsLine offers its top weekend picks.
Preakness: How I'll Bet $100The second leg of the Triple Crown is set for tomorrow at Pimlico. Here's a guideline for how to wager on the race.
WWE's SmackDown Moving; Cody Rhodes, Young Bucks' 'All In' Sells OutWrestling has had a busy week, as WWE looks for SmackDown's next TV home and Cody Rhodes and Young Bucks sell out their 'All In' show.
CBS Sports To Air CrossFit Regionals Across Multiple PlatformsCBS Sports will air over 200 hours of coverage on its various broadcast, cable and digital platforms.
The 2017 NBA Offseason And The 2018 Conference FinalsThe two biggest moves of the 2017 NBA offseason helped set the stage for this year's Eastern and Western Conference Finals match-ups.
McPhee, Gallant Deserve Credit For Golden Knights SuccessThe Knights players have gotten plenty of credit (rightfully) for their run to the conference finals, but the coach and G.M. deserve some recognition too.
Peter Kostis On AT&T Byron Nelson: 'Past History Out The Window'CBS Sports Peter Kostis looks at the AT&T Byron Nelson, which moves to the links-style course at the Trinity Forest Golf Club.
Preakness Preview: Can Anyone Beat Justify?Bob Baffert's hoping Justify can bring him his 7th Preakness victory, but trainer Chad Brown and Good Magic could provide a challenge.
Leaderboard: PGA Tour's Season Of The BouncebackThe 2018 PGA Tour's season of the bounceback continued at The Players, where three former major champions topped the leaderboard on Sunday.
The Baseball Report: No-Hit Bids On The RisePitchers are taking no-hit bids into the 7th inning or later at a rate we haven't seen since the 1960s.
Yankees Look Poised For A Deep October Run Once MoreWinners of 19 of their last 22, the Bombers have been dominating. While the season is still young, this 2018 Yankees squad has the potential and talent to be playing deep into October.