The "Sports News" section is home to everything you could ever need to know about the world of athlete wealth. Major contract negotiations, billionaire team owners, Floyd Mayweather's $300 million paydays... plus every other noteworthy story involving sports and money that you need to know about.
Stephen A. Smith is in the process of negotiating a new deal with ESPN – and they're willing to pay him more than anyone before him.
DeMarcus Lawrence is now among the highest-paid defensive players in the league – and he's making more in the first year of his contract than any non-quarterback ever has.
Ronald Acuna just became the youngest player to sign a nine-figure contract. How long will he stay with the Braves?
Conor McGregor is challenging Mark Wahlberg to a fight. The prize? The actor's shares in UFC.
John Calipari and Kentucky have agreed to a lifetime deal. How much is the head coach making at the school?
After his massive 12-year, $430 million extension, Mike Trout has the largest contract in pro sports. But plenty of athletes have earned huge pay days – here's a look at the biggest ones.
Mike Trout Signed A Record-Setting Deal, But Floyd Mayweather Still Has Him Beat For Largest Sports Contract Ever
Mike Trout's $430 million contract extension is rightfully being called a record-setting deal. But as far as total earnings from just one contract – Floyd Mayweather holds that crown.
Justin Verlander has only spent a season-and-a-half in Houston, but the Astros have been so impressed that they gave him a record-setting deal. Here's how much it's worth.
What Would You Do If You Signed A Life-Changing Contract? Here's How Packers LB Za'Darius Smith Handled It
Packers linebacker Za'Darius Smith just signed a massive, life-changing contract. How would you react to hearing the news that you received a similarly impressive deal?
In a surprise move, Conor McGregor announced late last night that he is retiring from MMA fighting. What is Conor McGregor's net worth and career earnings?
Rob Gronkowski retires after 9 impressive seasons in the NFL. Perhaps more impressively, he retires without spending a dime of his $60 million NFL career earnings!
Which of the March Madness coaches are making mad money?
Zion Williamson missed a handful of games due to injury this year, but in the long run, going to Duke was perhaps the best move he could have made.
Landon Collins Will Make More Per Year Than Any Safety Ever – And It's A Great Deal For The Redskins
Washington signed Landon Collins to the most expensive per-season contract a safety has ever received, at least on paper. But a deeper dive reveals a very reasonable deal for one of the best in the game.