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Paul George may get himself a huge contract extension this offseason, and it would be thanks to Kevin Durant.
Thanks To His Bowl Game Injury, Former Notre Dame Linebacker Jaylon Smith Lost About $16 Million This Past Season
After suffering a severe injury in his final college game, Jaylon Smith's draft stock plummeted. It ended up costing him millions of dollars.
Jose Calderon was a member of the Warriors for just under two hours, but he made more than $3,700 per minute. How did he score such a sweet deal?
ESPN has been losing subscribers over the past several years. It's finally gotten to the point where they have to let on-air talent go.
The Floyd Mayweather/Conor McGregor "super-fight" is generating a lot of hype… is there any possible way it can live up to it?
Adidas has offered prizes to rookies in the past for setting NFL combine records, but this is taking it to a whole different level.
Antonio Brown has long been one of the best wide receivers in the NFL, and now he has the contract to go with the skill. If he can stop getting fined for his endzone dances, he'll be pretty rich!
After another spectacular season in Pittsburgh, the Steelers decided to reward Antonio Brown with a contract that puts him above every other receiver in the league.
Deron Williams cleared waivers and the Cavs scooped him right up. He's owed an incredible amount of money, yet Cleveland barely has to pay him anything. How is that possible?
NFL tackle Russell Okung lost a big gamble by self-negotiating his salary last year.
Is it possible that we're nearing the end of the Mayweather-McGregor saga? Could there really be a fight? Well, Mayweather seems to think so!
More than half of the salaries in the NBA are in the hands of these 10 agents. Who are some of their highest-profile clients?
Most of the time, a team will pay a player or coach because it's hoping for a contribution on the field or court. Occasionally, though, a player or coach is so unwanted that the team will actually pay to have them go away. Here's a look at some of those guys.
Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam is in some serious trouble after being charged with drug possession this past weekend.