It’s getting easier and easier to cut the cord.
It didn’t take the N.F.L. long to lower the hammer on Tom Brady and the Patriots.
The tributes to the troops you see during N.F.L. games were most likely bought and paid for with your tax dollars.
A report prepared for the N.F.L. regarding the so-called ‘DeflateGate’ scandal doesn’t have very good news for the Patriots or their star quarterback.
The N.F.L.’s league office is giving up its tax exempt status, but that means far less than the headline implies.
A new Patriots cheating scandal, or much ado about nothing?
Not surprisingly, the F.C.C. has rejected a petition to ban the word “Redskins” from the airwaves.
Unlike Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson has lost his bid to have his suspension overturned.
Chris Rock wants us to remember that Bill Cosby isn’t the only celebrity accused of rape.
In a slap to the face of the N.F.L. and Commissioner Roger Goodell, an arbitrator has overturned the indefinite suspension that was imposed on former Ravens Running Back Ray Rice back in September.
Should the Legislature take back legislating from the Executive?
We are obviously moving toward an era of streaming and other services that don’t rely on Cable/Satellite providers, but it will still take some time to get there and for it to be cost effective.
The B.C.S. was far from perfect, and the College Football Playoff system will be, at best, only slightly better.
Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie picked an odd issue on which to start his closing argument to Virginia voters.
Not surprisingly a Federal Judge has blocked New Jersey’s latest effort to legalize sports gaming. As a matter of policy, though, there’s no reason it shouldn’t be legal to place wagers on sporting events.
All of the major sports leagues are trying to stop New Jersey’s efforts to legalize sports gambling. They should not be allowed to succeed.
The N.F.L. and the British Government are both behind the idea of a franchise in London, but the idea doesn’t really make sense for the league, or the game.
Attorneys for celebrities caught up in the leak of nude photographs are targeting Google.
The idea that the N.F.L. “doesn’t pay taxes” is largely false.
The F.C.C. will be considering a petition to ban the word “Redskins” from the airwaves.
A long standing rule is finally repealed, but it’s not likely to change your viewing choices.
The Worldwide Leader has a conflict of interest. But it handled it correctly in this case.
A new poll indicates that NFL fans plan to keep watching despite the recent domestic abuse scandals.
Today’s sports media more closely resemble Court TV and TMZ than the SportsCenter of yore.
The firing actually hurts Janay Rice much more than it does Ray.
The capital’s paper has issued a partial ban on the controversial nickname of the local NFL franchise.
In a new survey, Americans cite politics and the news as the biggest sources of stress in their lives.
The US Government has deemed the nickname of the capital’s NFL club racially offensive.
Those who tattoo celebrities want to be be paid when their tattoos appear in the media.