DeSean Jackson will not be wearing midnight green next season, but the odds say he will likely line up against them twice this season.
If you sign a joint tax form that you didn’t know wasn’t true, can you be held liable for your spouse’s fraud?
It’s hard to believe that in November, much of the conversation around the Sixers was that they might be “too good.” 3-0 seems like a million years ago, doesn’t it?
They didn’t add a big money free agent, but whatever moves they made seem to be doing the trick as far as oddsmakers are concerned.
The Phillies won only 73 games in 2013. One sports book thinks they’ll be better this year, just not by much.
New Jersey is swinging for the fences in a long-shot effort to overturn a federal ban on sports betting in all but four states, asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare the ban unconstitutional.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam announced to the world on Sunday that he’s gay. The 2013 SEC leader in sacks was believed to be a mid-round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.
Gaming Control Board spokesman Doug Harbach says gross revenue from slots play fell almost 9-percent last month compared to January of 2013.
The Super Bowl achieved record ratings on Sunday night. Perhaps it’s because so many people had money riding on the game.
The 2013-14 Seahawks are one of the youngest teams to ever win a Super Bowl. That’s just one of the reasons that the oddsmakers say they’re likely to repeat.
The Super Bowl is over, now it’s time to check your bets (if you live somewhere that this is legal, of course).
On an extensive list of prop bets, the odds it will snow at the Super Bowl are 3/1.
The Broncos have the best offense in the NFL. The Seahawks have the best defense in the NFL. The Super Bowl will decide which is more important, and people are putting their money on Denver.
The Seattle Seahawks are the favorites to win the Super Bowl, and the Denver Broncos are not far behind.
The Eagles Super Bowl odds are the shortest they’ve been all season, and deservedly so.