Nike and FedEx may be able to do what Native American activists couldn’t.
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” will reportedly precede the “Star-Spangled Banner” in the opening week.
The coaching legend led the 1972 Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in NFL history.
A bold new plan for security in the Middle East.
Given the times we live in, you may be tempted to argue about politics tomorrow. Here’s my advice — don’t do it.
Contrary to the hopes of some, getting rid of Trump isn’t going to purge the GOP of Trumpism.
Indianapolis Colts Quarterback Andrew Luck surprised the sports world last night by announcing an early retirement.
Tom Brady tried to trademark the nickname “Tom Terrific.” It didn’t go so well.
Sean Spicer will appear on the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars
New estimates place the Cowboys and Yankees at the top of the list of the most valuable sports franchises in the world.
How insidious talking points spread in the modern media environment.
The attempt by Arizona’s Governor to revoke tax benefits granted to Nike in the wake of the “Betsy Ross Flag” controversy is most likely unconstitutional.
Today’s edition of “I Am Not Making This Up,”
Bart Starr, who led the Green Bay Packers to five N.F.L. Championships in the pre-Super Bowl era and in Super Bowls I and II, has died at the age of 85.
The President revived an old debate but added some new twists.
Putting together a fair slate of games is a whole lot harder than it looks.
A confidential agreement has ended a collusion suit filed against the National Football League in 2017.
It’s reasonable and just to adjust our outrage based on the context of the time when incidents occurred.
French authorities are investigating reports that Russian interference may be helping to exploit and expand the five-week-old “yellow vest” protests.
Florida voters approved an amendment to the state’s Constitution that will restore the voting rights of as many as 1.2 million ex-felons and make it easier for future released felons to get their civil rights back.
The State of Texas is arguing in Court that a school district can force a student to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. This is a blatant violation of the First Amendment.
New evidence indicates that the same Russian backed bots and trolls that sought to influence the 2016 election are now attempting to exploit the social divisions raised by the N.F.L. players kneeling during the National Anthem.
Author Sam Anderson puts forward a rather strange hypothesis in Politico.
ESPN won’t air the National Anthem before regular season games this year, but that probably won’t stop the President from ranting about it.
As much as we hate paying $200 a month for television, the future is likely going to be worse.
The first night of games in the N.F.L. pre-season included some sporadic protests during the National Anthem, and prompted a predictable response from the President.
In the wake of a grievance filed by the union representing players, the N.F.L. has suspended the new National Anthem policy it announced earlier this year. This guarantees even more cynical political exploitation by the President.
In a new interview, the President says that he doesn’t believe that N.F.L. players who kneel during the National Anthem have a real issue.
Trump’s withdrawal of his invitation to the Philadelphia Eagles is just another example of his populistic nationalism. (And it isn’t healthy).
Most Americans disagree with Trump on the N.F.L. National Anthem protests, but Republicans are behind him.
President Trump waded back into the National Anthem debate when he revoked the invitation of the Philadelphia Eagles to come to the White House today.
Donald Trump may or may not be racist himself, but he has most certainly exploited and helped widen racial divisions ever since bursting on the political scene in 2015.
President Trump’s response to the N.F.L.’s new National Anthem policy is as narrow-minded and divisive as you’d expected it to be.
The N.F.L. has come up with a dumb “solution” to a non-existent problem.
The Donald Trump presidency has some eerie parallels with his run on “The Apprentice.”
ESPN the Magazine has broken out the slide rule to rank the top athletes during its first two decades.
In a healthy democracy we need not agree, nor must we finally even respect one another’s objects of devotion. But we should exercise a salutary measure of mutual forbearance and be willing to acknowledge that no side has a monopoly on either truth or justice.