A scoreboard at Great American Ballpark displays a photo of Buffalo Bills' Damar Hamlin.

Former NFL Player Yo Murphy Breaks Down Over Damar Hamlin Injury

Yo Murphy played 14 years of professional football and has basically seen it all, but he became choked up during an interview on Evening Debrief.

 | Shelby Lin Erdman

DC Shoes co-founder and professional rally car driver Ken Block.

Action Sports Icon Ken Block Dies In Snowmobile Crash At 55

Block “was riding a snowmobile on a steep slope when the snowmobile upended, landing on top of him," the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office said.

 | AP

Damar Hamlin poses with a child who picked out a toy from Hamlin's toy drive for kids.

Fans Give Millions To Damar Hamlin's Toy Drive For Kids

Roughly $5.5 million was donated in the first 24 hours after his injury. And the number is climbing.

 | AP

Professional golfer Scott Stallings.

Masters Golf Tournament Invitation Goes To The Wrong Scott Stallings

Professional golfer Scott Stallings had been waiting for his invitation to arrive when the other Scott Stallings alerted him to the mail mix-up.

 | AP

Buffalo Bills' teammates console each other after a teammate collapses during a football game.

Bills' Damar Hamlin In Critical Condition After Collapse On Field

The Buffalo Bills said in a statement that Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest on the field and is currently sedated and listed in critical condition.

 | AP

Hansel Enmanuel practices dunks.

One-Armed Basketball Player Is Changing The Game On And Off Court

Hansel Enmanuel is a 19-year-old basketball player with one arm, and he hopes to one day be in the NBA.

 | Ben Schamisso

The coffin with the remains of Brazilian soccer great Pele is carried for his wake at Vila Belmiro stadium in Brazil.

Fans Mourn Pelé At Public Viewing In Brazil Stadium

Pelé's coffin was placed on the field at Vila Belmiro Stadium, where he scored some of his best goals.

 | AP

Two men in Brazil hold memorabilia honoring Brazilian soccer star Pele.

Brazil Mourns Pelé, Who Made Every Part Of The Country Proud

The soccer star died Thursday at the age of 82.

 | AP

Brazil's soccer star Pele bicycle kicks a ball

Pelé, Brazil's Mighty King Of 'Beautiful Game,' Has Died

The standard-bearer of "the beautiful game" had undergone treatment for colon cancer since 2021 and had been hospitalized for the last month.

 | AP

Chicago White Sox's Jose Abreu

U.S. To Let MLB Stars Play For Cuba In World Baseball Classic

MLB stars such as José Abreu, Yordan Alvarez, Randy Arozarena, Yoán Moncada and Luis Robert can now decide to play for Cuba in the WBC in March.

 | AP

Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett directs his team from the sideline.

Broncos Fire Rookie Head Coach Hackett After 4-11 Start

Firing first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett with two games left in a lost season allows the search for a replacement to begin immediately.

 | AP

Kathy Whitworth swings a golf club in 1966

Kathy Whitworth, Winningest Golfer In History, Dies At 83

Whitworth's LPGA Tour victories spanned nearly a quarter-century, and she became the first woman to earn $1 million for her career on the LPGA.

 | AP

NFL Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris.

Steelers Hall Of Fame Running Back Franco Harris Dies At 72

Harris' son Dok told The Associated Press his father died overnight. No cause of death was given.

 | AP

Phoenix Mercury's Brittney Griner shoots against Chicago Sky's Azura Stevens during a game.

Why Do WNBA Stars Like Brittney Griner Play Abroad?

In this segment of "Scoreboard," Newsy's "In The Loop" explores the underlying pay issues in the WNBA that push some players abroad.

 | Scripps News Staff

Argentina's Lionel Messi kisses the World Cup trophy.

Messi Wins World Cup As Argentina Beats France On Penalties

Argentina has won the World Cup for the third time after beating defending champion France in a penalty shootout.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner.

Brittney Griner Says She'll Play Basketball Again

Griner also thanked President Biden for bringing her home, said that she "knows" he is "committed to bringing Paul Whelan and all Americans home too."

 | AP

France players celebrate at the end of the World Cup semifinal soccer match.

Mbappé, France Advance To World Cup Final, Beat Morocco 2-0

France will head into Sunday’s title match against Argentina looking to become the first team to retain the World Cup title since Brazil in 1962.

 | AP

France's Kylian Mbappe hits the ball during a training session

Morocco Faces France In Politically Charged World Cup Semifinal

As Morocco faces France in the World Cup, many players and fans grapple with family tales of colonial history, immigration and national loyalty.

 | AP

Michael Jordan celebrates the Bulls win over the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA Finals in Chicago

The NBA Is Renaming The MVP Award In Honor Of Michael Jordan

The NBA has named its MVP trophy after Michael Jordan, and renamed other top awards for great NBA players.

 | Meg Hilling

Lionel Messi

Messi, Argentina Beat Croatia 3-0 To Reach World Cup Final

A 3-0 win over Croatia on Tuesday sets up a meeting with either France or Morocco in Sunday’s title match.

 | AP

Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach.

Mississippi State Football Coach Mike Leach Dies At 61

Leach became ill Sunday at his home and was treated at a local hospital before being airlifted to the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

 | AP

Canada's Sarah Nurse celebrates a goal during a game.

Women, People Of Color Are Reshaping The World Of Hockey

In this segment of "Scoreboard," Newsy's "In The Loop" explores how women and people of color are leaving their mark in the hockey world.

 | Scripps News Staff

The Qatar 2022 World Cup logo.

Report: Second Journalist Dies While Covering The World Cup

Al Kass TV photojournalist Khalid al-Misslam "died suddenly" while covering the World Cup, according to the Doha-based Gulf Times.

 | Scripps News Staff

A monitor at a basketball game reads, "Welcome Home Brittney Griner," alongside a photo of the WNBA player.

'I Want To Talk': Brittney Griner Opened Up During Her Long Trip Home

Griner made connections with the people responsible for getting her home, spending time getting to know them and sharing details about her time away.

 | AP

France's Aurelien Tchouameni, right, duels for the balls with England's Jude Bellingham.

France Advances To Semifinals At World Cup, Tops England 2-1

France will next face Morocco in the semifinals on Wednesday.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Morocco's Youssef En-Nesyri celebrates after scoring his side's first goal during the World Cup quarterfinals.

Morocco Reaches World Cup Semifinals, Tops Portugal, Ronaldo

Youssef En-Nesyri scored the winning goal in the 42nd minute to continue Morocco’s improbable run.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Grant Wahl smiles as he holds a World Cup replica trophy.

U.S. Soccer Journalist Grant Wahl Dies At World Cup

Wahl wrote Monday that he had visited a medical clinic while in Qatar and was given antibiotics and cough syrup for a possible case of bronchitis.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Argentina's Lionel Messi

Messi, Argentina Beat Netherlands On Penalties At World Cup

Argentina is heading to the semifinal World Cup match after a penalty-shootout victory over Netherlands that had just about everything on Friday.

 | AP

Brazil's Marquinhos lies on the ground as Croatia's player celebrate.

Croatia Beats Brazil On Penalties In World Cup Quarterfinals

Croatia will next face either Argentina or the Netherlands.

 | AP

New York Yankees' Aaron Judge.

Aaron Judge Lands 9-Year, $360M Deal To Remain With New York Yankees

The free agent slugger will return to New York for $40 million per season, the highest average annual payout for a position player in the MLB.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff