Fanatics files lawsuit against Cards WR Harrison Jr.

Fanatics filed a lawsuit against Arizona Cardinals rookie Marvin Harrison Jr. on Saturday for breaching a contract the receiver signed with the retailer in May 2023, and in the suit, the company said he has refused to fulfill his obligations of the deal.

What is the Fanatics lawsuit against Marvin Harrison Jr.? Why hasn't he signed a licensing deal? Here's what we know

Breaking down the agreements that have impacted the early days of the Arizona rookie's NFL career and what we know about the Fanatics lawsuit against him.

How following Hall of Fame father's 'different route' prepared Cardinals' Marvin Harrison Jr. for NFL grind

Marvin Harrison Sr. and the No. 4 pick's decision to skip the NFL combine and his pro day was a calculated one.

Canadian Edey: U.S. NIL law 'needs to change'

Purdue's Canadian center Zach Edey says he has "lost out on a lot of money" because of a United States NIL law that prevents him from profiting.

Free agent Griner agrees to return to Mercury

A league source told ESPN's Josh Weinfuss that Griner signed a one-year deal that the Mercury will officially announce next week.

Self: Thoughts were on next season amid KU slide

Kansas coach Bill Self said he wasn't surprised by the Jayhawks' early exit from the NCAA tournament, as injuries left them with just eight healthy scholarship players.

Zona's Lloyd wants tight Delta Center nets 'fixed'

Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd has an easy solution to fixing the issues with the overly tight nets at Salt Lake City's Delta Center: Just swap them out with broken in nets.

Samford coach 'not faulting' refs' critical foul call

Samford coach Bucky McMillan was careful not to lay blame on the officials after A.J. Staton-McCray was called for a foul when he attempted to block a dunk late in Thursday's first-round loss to Kansas.

Upset watch: Oakland-UK on big screens irks Few

Gonzaga coach Mark Few was not pleased that the Oakland-Kentucky nail-biter was shown on the big screens above the court during the Bulldogs' game.

'We got hot': Down 17, Dayton runs down Nevada

Trailing by 17 with just over seven minutes left, Dayton went on a 24-4 run to cap the largest comeback in the NCAA tournament since 2018, beating Nevada 63-60 to advance to the second round.