With the Draft only 27 days away, multiple lawsuits pending, and the lockout only in force for a few weeks, the NFL announced that an agreement on a new CBA had been reached with players.
If you believe Minnesota Vikings’ Running Back Adrian Peterson, the NFL is a modern-day plantation and he’s a slave.
Players from the Los Angeles Clippers chipped in to pay for the surgery of assistant coach Kim Hughes back in 2004. It’s been a secret until now.
No matter how the owners and players resolve their squabble, the fans are likely to get screwed.
Players have taken control of the NBA from the owners. That’s bad for fans. But probably a good thing.
The Pittsburg Steelers and the Green Bay Packers are the 2nd and 5th most popular teams in the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are number one and the St. Louis Rams bring up the rear at 32.
Mike Tanier of Football Outsiders explain why Aaron Rodgers’ ranking as the best quarterback in NFL history is absurd.
While I support a college playoff, there’s an argument to be made for the integrity of the regular season.
The National Football League’s decision to postpone last night’s Eagles-Vikings game due to weather is receiving a lot of criticism, but they made the right choice.
Contrary to current conservative talking points, Net Neutrality is not a nefarious government scheme to takeover the Internet, but is aimed to address a real problem. Like most ideas that involve the government, though, it doesn’t really address the real source of the problem; not enough freedom
Geno Auriemma and his UConn Huskies should rightly be enormously proud of their accomplishments. But comparing them to John Wooden’s is embarrassing.
Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News is a must-read for NFL fans, always offering sharp insights into the game garnered over decades of experience. But, like anyone else, he can develop silly theories from anecdotal evidence.
The NFL’s “especially mercenary” push to extract new stadia from cities–even where the stadium’s practically brand-new.
Former Washington Redskins Quarterback, and current Congressman, Heath Shuler has launched a quixotic campaign against Nancy Pelosi for House Minority Leader.
Bristol Palin’s success on Dancing With The Stars is apparently due largely to the fact that she is Sarah Palin’s daughter. That tells us much more about Sarah Palin’s supporters than it does either Sarah or Bristol.
Charles Murray argues that the Tea Party is right to complain about out-of-touch elites.
The retired superstar linebacker drove off a 30 foot cliff at 70 mph and walked away with barely a scratch.
Dwayne Jarrett’s career with the Carolina Panthers: 1 touchdown, 2 DUIs.
Our 24/7 media culture has created a climate where persons accused of sensational crimes are presumed guilty.
Paul Krugman says there’s zero evidence for structural causes for unemployment. It’s just a demand problem. How do we spark demand, then?
Just because somebody pay you money don’t mean they’ll make you do whatever they want or whatever.
A renowned sports economist argues that black quarterbacks are treated differently than their white counterparts.
A shorter preseason and more meaningful games may come to fruition as soon as 2012.
Sarah Palin’s decision to jump to the defense of “Doctor” Laura Schlessinger has many Republicans confused as to what her plans for the future are.
Last night’s preseason opener between the Dallas Cowboys and the Cincinnati Bengals was the worst sports broadcast I’ve ever seen, barring any recent Olympics.
Many of us who have philosophical objections to public radio nonetheless like the results.