Charles Johnson was an unstoppable force at defensive end during his prime with the Carolina Panthers.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman has been released from the hospital just days after he was injured during a last-lap crash at the Daytona 500.
Ryan Newman continues his improvement from a fiery crash that occurred during Monday's conclusion of the Daytona 500.
Former Panther Greg Olsen is signing a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks for a whopping $7 million, the NFL announced Tuesday.
While NASCAR lost a great, his mom and the NASCAR community believe his memory will live on.
The track's emergency management crew at Monday's Daytona 500 got to Ryan Newman's fiery crash in less than a minute.
The cars involved in the Daytona 500's fiery crash will be inspected by NASCAR for a safety review.
Newman was leading in the final lap when he was caught in the back by another racer's bumper, sending him right into a wall. His car flipped, rolled, and was hit on the driver's side by another car before finally skidding across the finish line with his roof engulfed in flames.
Earnhardt Sr. won seven NASCAR Cup titles in his career, tied for the most all-time with Richard Petty and Jimmie Johnson.
Ryan Newman slid across the finish line in a crumpled heap of metal, sparks flying as his car skidded to a halt with fuel pouring onto the track frighteningly close to open flames. Everyone gasped as track workers placed large black screens around his car and worked to get him out. They had to wait two excruciating hours to finally exhale.
Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 for the third time when he beat Ryan Blaney to the finish line in the second-closest finish in race history. The post-race scene this year was somewhat subdued out of concern for Ryan Newman, who was wrecked as the leader and crossed the finish line with his car on its roof, engulfed in flames.
The Daytona 500 has been postponed by rain for the first time since 2012, dampening NASCAR’s season opener that started with a ballyhooed visit from President Donald Trump.
The Daytona 500 had to be rescheduled due to rain on Sunday for the first time since 2012, dampening NASCAR's season opener that started with a ballyhooed visit from President Donald Trump.
The driver of Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 43 car Kyle Larson starts in the 8th position on Sunday in Daytona.
The last chance to appreciate Jimmie Johnson leading the field at the Daytona 500 may come during the pace laps.
Driver of the Hendrick Motorsport No. 24 car Will Byron will start in the fourth position Sunday.
NASCAR Hall of Fame member Jeff Gordon previews today's big race in Daytona.
Driver of the No. 12 Team Penske car Ryan Blaney will start 27th on Sunday.
Hailie Deegan is in Daytona and finished second in last week's Daytona ARCA race.
Trump is planning to take a lap in the presidential car known as "The Beast"