Did you watch the Pro Bowl? The NHL, NBA or MLB All-Star games? Then why do we still bother? And, who’s all moving around this offseason?
Remember when Tom Brady had a bad weekend? Remember how Drew Brees was too small? An important reminder: The NFL Combine isn’t everything—not even close.
Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles were released Tuesday afternoon. In their 30s and having suffered multiple knee injuries, it’s okay to look elsewhere:
Monday afternoon, the Pittsburgh Steelers spent plenty to lock in their core—the biggest prize being a four-year extension for Antonio Brown. Now what?
It is amazing how life imitates art. How sports—particularly football—imitates political art. Without further ado, the current hits of Trump and Goodell.
We move on to Part III of our Steelers by the Numbers series. And from Mike Webster to Joe Greene, we come across plenty of greats along the way.
What if New England isn’t the best Super Bowl team of all time? Running through various ‘What If’ simulations, we went all the way back to crown the king.
Is the rise of politically active athletes new to the sports world? Hardly. There’s plenty of history behind it; we’re just entering a new age.
Roger Goodell blasted ESPN, ripped into fake news and was overall in rare form in an impromptu presser that may or may not have happened.
Let’s revisit a time when Herb Washington was signed as a designated runner, Doc Ellis pitched a no-hitter, and Chuck Hughes tragically passed on the field.
A Football Hall of Fame without Terrell Owens is not a Hall of Fame. And if it’s because he was a “bad person” sometimes, that’s awfully flimsy.
The potential sanctions for Baylor are in and unsurprisingly, they’re not really addressing the issue. It’s just a slap in the face for assault survivors.
Do the Bears want Jay Cutler back? Probably not. Will he be back? Most certainly not. So who do you want, Bears fans? And how? Be careful what you wish for.
Wrong Way Riegels; the day Eddie Gaedel got an ovation—both instances were historic, even amusing. And then Gaedel’s life came to an abrupt, tragic end.
As more and more information comes out regarding the numerous Baylor sexual assault cases, it’s clear Art Briles didn’t care. Why should he get to move on?
As with any sport’s Hall of Fame class, there’s bound to be a couple questions. So how do we deem who’s worthy for the NFL Hall?
Psst, the Patriots are more than just Tom Brady. Yes, there is a valid case to be made that he’s the GOAT. But it’s one independent of team accomplishments.