Once again, the National Football League sees its disciplinary and appeal process criticized by a Federal Judge.
The NFLPA alleges “egregious violations of legal due process” in the Ezekiel Elliot suspension.
In light of a recent Supreme Court decision, the Federal Government is ending its defense of an effort to revoke the trademarks of the Washington Redskins.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving New Jersey’s challenge to a Federal law outlawing sports betting.
Oakland Los Angeles Oakland Raiders are headed to Vegas, baby!
There were 111.3 million people tuned into the Super Bowl on Sunday, slightly lower than last year.
If you changed the channel after the third quarter, you missed what ended up becoming a game for the ages.
A Super Bowl ad will cost you a cool $5,000,000 for thirty seconds.
A drought that began when Theodore Roosevelt was President has finally come to an end.
The last time the Cubs were in the World Series, World War II had just ended. Now, they have a chance to break one of the longest droughts in sports history.
Athletes are sitting out the Star Spangled Banner to air their grievances. Management is pushing back.
Despite being much more conveniently located for viewers in the United States, viewership for the just-concluded Olympics were the lowest they’ve been in sixteen years.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has abandoned his option to appeal the ‘Deflategate’ ruling to the Supreme Court and will serve his four game suspension beginning in September.
Tom Brady and the N.F.L. Player’s Association suffered another legal setback in their appeal of the ‘Deflategate’ suspension.
In the biggest NBA free agent move since LeBron James left and returned to Cleveland, Kevin Durant is joining the Golden State Warriors.
An N.F.L. defensive legend has passed away at the age of 82.
Concerns about the Zika Virus are leading some doctors to call for the 2016 Summer Olympics to be moved or postponed.
Deflategate isn’t over yet and, depending on what happens in the Courts, could still be unresolved at the end of the N.F.L. season that begins in September.
A new poll indicates that the argument that the name “Redskins” is disparaging is not an accurate statement of how Native Americans themselves feel about the issue.
A Federal Appeals Court has reinstated the four game suspension imposed on Tom Brady over the so-called ‘Deflategate’ scandal.
A group of New England Patriots fans are providing us with the latest example of stupid lawsuits that don’t belong in Court at all.
All of next season’s Thursday Night N.F.L. games will be streamed live for free via Twitter.
If reports today are accurate, one of the great N.F.L. careers will come to an end this week.
Another late football great has been diagnosed with a brain disease directly connected to the game they played.
Alabama has won more games at the Cowboys’ home field this year than the Cowboys.
A ruling in an unrelated case raises serious doubts about the law used to revoke the Washington Redskins trademarks because they are allegedly ‘disparaging.’
The Commissioner of Major League Baseball has ruled that the lifetime ban issued against Pete Rose for betting on baseball will remain in effect.
The news that the late football legend Frank Gifford suffered from the same chronic brain disease that has been diagnosed in many N.F.L. players in recent years, and the upcoming release of a new film on the issue, seems certain to increase pressure to protect players at all levels of football.
New York’s attorney general has ordered DraftKings and FanDuel to stop taking entries in his state, ruling that they constitute illegal gambling.
To the surprise of few, Bill Simmons’ site didn’t long survive his departure.
A massive defeat in Court for the National Football League.
The National Labor Relations Board refused to certify an effort by athletes at Northwestern University to unionize.
“Fiscal conservative” Scott Walker is handing Wisconsin taxpayers a $400 million bill for a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks.