ESPN’s Bruschi ‘doing much better’ after stroke

Tedy Bruschi described in an Instagram post Monday the symptoms he was experiencing on July 4 when he suffered a stroke and wrote that he is “doing much better.” – NFL

Super Bowl LII rematch? 8 bold predictions from ESPN’s FPI

Are the Eagles and Patriots headed toward a Super Bowl rematch? Seth Walder runs through eight bold predictions for the 2018 season. – NFL

ESPN’s 2018 AL and NL All-Star picks

Who were unanimous picks as All-Star starters? Does Bryce Harper make the team? Our experts make their selections. Watch the All-Star selection show on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET. – TOP

Baby on the Way for ESPN’s Jay Williams

Jay Williams has a new role coming up: Dad!

The ESPN college basketball analyst and former Chicago Bulls player is expecting a baby with fiancée Nikki Bonacorsi, his rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

According to the rep, Williams, 36, is “thrilled” to welcome the couple’s upcoming addition, who is due to make his or her arrival on Oct. 5.

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Williams proposed to Bonacorsi, 30, on New Year’s Eve, renting out a suite at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge for a private romantic dinner.

“The @1hotels at Brooklyn Bridge Park & @stephaniegottlieb absolutely crushed the game for @nbonacorsi & I,” he captioned a sweet video taken after the proposal.

“Thank you for the amazing suite & a massive thank you to Stephanie for the design & build out of her magnificent ring,” Williams added. “And thank you to @tomford for the digs.”

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Williams has been quite busy as of late, keeping up with March Madness on ESPN and filming a new YouTube docu-series called Best Shot, which is executive produced by LeBron James.

Best Shot — slated for a summer release — follows a group of high-school students who, despite their circumstances, strive toward their dreams of playing professional basketball.

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ESPN’s Frozen Four and national title predictions

Three Minnesota teams made the 16-team field for the NCAA Division I men’s hockey tournament, but none of them is the consensus pick among our experts to win it all. Here’s who John Buccigross, Barry Melrose and other ESPN puckheads predict will advance. – NHL

Cubbie bares it all for ESPN’s Body Issue (Yahoo Sports)

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Cubs infielder Javier Báez will be the latest baseball player to show some skin for ESPN's “Body Issue.”

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